Travel | Iconic Paris: novel + de rigueur things to do

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Fall is one of my favorite seasons in Paris. The summer heat and tourists have declined, the climate is often overcast, but mostly dry, and the brooding skies gives it a literary mood. New fall/winter fashions have hit the stores and French cuisine seems even more satisfying in sweater weather. Since 1992 I’ve been lucky enough to visit the city over a dozen times and that has allowed me to develop a few favorites, but new and novel additions are constantly entering the scene, so I never feel like I’ve seen everything, and there are always new reasons to keep going back. There are so many attractions and events that I try to focus on just a few things each trip. Some of my favorite “to dos” are the simple pleasures: walking the streets, shopping and eating. If I have any of the “de rigueur” museum or landmark visits planned…

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