When I first visited Paris back in September (and again for one night before my business trip this winter), I stayed with my lovely expat friend in her charming Montmartre apartment. It’s pretty much Luna’s absolute favorite place in Paris and it’s the site of some of my favorite memories as well—my first taste of foi gras, wonderful homemade breakfasts with flower-sweetened tea, sassy photo shoots with my lovely expat friends, and that duck with cherry wine reduction sauce that I would marry if the state would let me.
And the really good news is that it might be available to rent later this summer.
If they do decide to rent a room or the whole enchilada, I’ll pop back over here and drop in some rental details. If you are interested in getting said details once they’re posted, drop a note in the comments and you’ll be the first to know when it’s on the market.
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