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Fall is here (at least for now) and I’m getting back into my normal routine in Paris for the first time in what feels like since March. One of my absolute favorite parts of this new season is going to the first fall edition of Marché Raspail.
One of the best parts about living in Paris and France for a foodie like myself is all of the weekly open-air markets. Marché Raspail is “mine,” since it’s the closest to my apartment. And it makes shopping for food a dream.
It was an absolutely lovely fall week in Paris with perfect temperatures and weather. The leaves are just starting to change and the city is stop you dead in your tracks, breathtakingly beautiful. It truly is my favorite time of year here and I can’t recommend a fall visit enough. I am finally going to start sending out a newsletter which I am very excited about – you can subscribe here to get the first one. Some of my favorites from Weekend Links Week 41 include an interview with Jacques Pépin, a list of the best room services ever, and a look at a stunning French château for sale. Enjoy!
I’m not sure if I’ve ever had a quiet weekend in Paris. I’ve had quiet Sundays for sure – most Sundays are like that luckily. But Saturday is always my day to explore. It’s when I discover new to me parts of Paris – restaurants, cafés, museums, exhibits, parks, neighborhoods – anything really. None of which are options right now. The lockdown is over, but so much is still off-limits.
June seemed to fly by as we were eagerly counting down the days until our summer trip to the US. It was a warmer month and I fully expected it meant we were going to have a hot (aka miserable) summer in Paris, but as it turns out July feels more like October. We spent most of the month trying to stay cool whether inside with air-conditioning or with ice creams outside. The last day of the month brought some very valuable travel lessons. Read on to discover where I ate, drank and shopped and what I did in the June 2023 recap.