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Going To Paris - Need Your Best Tips
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I know it should be relatively easy there - not sure yet if I'll have a kitchenette, but I hope so.  Probably staying near Republique or in Le Marais.  I'm going for some family business, so I won't be on my own much, and it's not a situation where I can ask people to cook special for me.

 

It will be my first time there since my dx and it will be so hard to resist the eclairs!

 

Most concerned about breakfast options, I guess.

 

Thanks!

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Hi Nikki....I cannot help you very much as I have never been to France BUT I thought you should see this.......http://www.davidlebovitz.com/2012/02/helmut-newcake-gluten-free-bakery-in-paris/  It almost seems worth the price of a plane ticket alone.   ;)   Maybe you can find those eclairs there.  If you do, please let us know what it was like.  I hope you have a great time!

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If you find and eat gluten free French bread... please come back and tell us everything... so I can drool all over my keyboard. My sister (who lives there) tells me that gluten-free eating/cooking/products are showing up everywhere.

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Paris is relatively easy compared to North America I find.  Try the macaons, too (not macaroons).  We stumbled across a few wondrous bakery treats and fabulous Parisian restaurants.  We did breakfasts on our own (groceries and markets).  I second David Lebowitz's blog.  He has excellent suggestions, including where to find those unctuous eclairs!  You will have an amazing time. 

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