Rick Steves' Europe

Season 1 Episode 2

Paris: Grand and Intimate

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Aired Unknown Sep 10, 2000 on PBS
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Paris: Grand and Intimate
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Rick explores the famous sights of Paris, focusing primarily on sites and locales along the Seine. Working out of his base of operations on the Rue Cler on the Left Bank. He is joined by one of his friends, Marie-Alice, who gives Rick an introduction to shopping for food in Paris, including boulangerie (bakery), frommagerie (cheese shop), poissoniere (fish shop), and boucherie (meat shop).moreless
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      • Sites Rick visits include:

        Le Marais: A Right Bank neighborhood that has traditionally been the Jewish Quarter.

        Place de la Bastille: Site of the Bastille where the French Revolution was born.

        Champs-Élysées: The most prestigious and broadest of Paris' avenues and home of the best shopping in the city. While here, Rick visits a perfumerie.

        The River Seine: The river that runs through Paris and is the heart of much of Parisienne life.

        The Louvre: The former royal Palace that is now one of the greatest museums in the world and home of Mona Lisa and many other msterpieces.

        Le Moulin Rouge: A popular tourist destination that dates back to the 1900s and is famous for its can-can dancers.

        St. Sulpice Church: The second largest church in Paris and residence of one of the greatest pipe organs in Europe.

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