Paris Podcast Episode 001:
Eating local, without the price tag & $5 Paris
Travel food tips that will save you a bundle. We picnic at the Eiffel tower and enjoy one of the best free fireworks shows in Europe. Laurie from The Paris Blog gives us her expert take on undiscovered Paris.
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In this Paris Podcast episode:
- Feature Topic: We reveal our top 3 tips for enjoying authentic local food, anywhere in the world, for way less money.
- Local Interview: Laurie from The Paris Blog shares her expert knowledge of her second home, Paris.
- $5 Food: Our Eiffel tower picnic and some of the coolest, affordable cafes in the Monmarte district.
- $5 Fun/Travel: Cheaper entry to museums. Flea markets and the most outrageous people watching in Europe.
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INTERVIEW GUEST: Laurie from The Paris Blog
Cafe du Mont Cenis – Rue Caulaincourt, Montmartre, Paris, France – Amazing street with Lebanese Bakery etc.
Flea Market at Montreuil
Avenue du Professeur André Lemierre / Place de la Porte de Montreuil, 75020 Paris, France (Subway: M° Porte de Montreuil, line 9 )
Open: Saturday and Sunday 07:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Photos from Paris Podcast
We loved our time in Paris and managed to get lots of cheap or free accommodation using Couchsurfing & AirBnB ($25 Discount on first stay with this link)
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