歪打正着

今天在网上搜我家地址,结果发现一篇估计是米国圡人的热情洋溢的评论。不用想我就知道他就住在我家这条街上的那个mignon的2星小宾馆里。。。rue-de-l-annonciation-paris.jpg

I love traveling to Paris… When I am there I always stay on a little hidden pedestrian street called rue de l’Annonciation. I believe I get a true feel for real Parisian life on this street. Sure I could have chosen to stay in an overly busy part of Paris… but then I may as well have been in any other city. Rue de l’Annonciation is the real taste of Paris, with its open fruit markets, screaming salesmen, little cafés with elegant outside seating, and a variety of neighboring shops. After scaling down almost every mile of the great city of romance I have decided that there is no other street like it. Cars are not allowed in my little paradise as people walk to buy fresh fruit and goods like strawberries, cherries, fish, and native rotisserie chicken straight from the farm. You don’t have to walk too far to be reminded of Americanism though because a McDonalds is right on the corner. The menu is much different though. The street and the surrounding neighborhood are inhabited by upper class apartments with genuine architecture in the prestigious 16th district. A small convenient store lies on the corner where you can buy good French wine for less. You are only a 10 minute walk away from the subway station which is perfect for site seeing and getting around. The Eiffel tower is a 15 minute walk away and you can see its top from neighboring streets. A perfect way to really let Paris sink in!

图上这个蔬菜水果摊,最近大发了,把对面的店铺也给盘了下来(在我休假期间发生的,导致我死活想不起原来那家是卖什么的了……)。这个一定百分之百是周日上午,买4个西红柿排了10分钟的队~

这条街各色小店分类之精之专之全,到了我入住三个月,还每个星期都有新发现的地步。改天配图来专门写写。

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  1. 超级怀念这条街啊!最有生活气息,最巴黎的一条街!

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