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Newsletter #187: March 2019

Parisians on park lawn

Inside this Issue

* From the Editor
* Marie Antoinette’s Paris: Let Us Eat Cake
* Vegan-Friendly World Food in Sentier 
* Discover Paris’ Female Cultural History
* Live Thriller: An Escape Games in Paris
* 100% Vegan Food Shops in Paris
* Chantilly Château & Train Package 
* EU Citizens: Please don’t forget to VOTE in the upcoming EU elections!
* A French Diploma through Career Experience
* Beware of Fake News about the Gilets Jaunes
* Let’s Finish with a Smile: La Magie Existe

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From the Editor

In January Paris was blanketed in snow. In February we were in our tee-shirts as temperatures hit their highest recorded in 30 years at 20°C/68°F. The photo above showing picnickers at the Parc de Choisy (Paris’ Chinatown in the 13th) was taken on the day of the Chinese New Year Parade, February 17th. The bliss lasted about a week, then March arrived with its usual recipe of “cold, wet and windy, with periods of brilliant sunshine to fool you into going outdoors without a hat.” The running season has started, with a 5k, 10k, half-marathon or full marathon taking place somewhere in Paris almost every weekend until October. These are infinitely more popular than the Saturday “Gilets Jaunes” protests, but I’m curious to see how the exhausted CRS units manage to keep the two from crossing paths if the protesters don’t stay in their designated marching lanes! As usual, check out the Secrets of Paris

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