Two little Boston Terrier girls bring their Momo & Mr.Momo to Paris for a long stay. These are the tales of their very fine adventures.


30 Rue Joubert

Our apartment is pretty cool. Very tiny. The kitchen is about two feet long. Our bathrooms are bigger. No oven. But a small cooktop. We have two floors and our staircase is a very old wooden spiral. L&P spent the first day here practicing walking up and down so they could do it carefully because it is slippery and narrow.

We are on the end of a small tiny street with a church right at the T intersection (out our window).and a small grocery around the corner. Both Galleries Lafayette and Printemps are right outside practically and they have lots of goodies. Giant department stores with more things and even a very fine grocery, wine shops, cafes, and brasseries every few feet. And pastry shops all around. Larger than anything I have every encountered in California or New York. Makes Bloomingdales seem like a mom and pop shop

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