November 10, 2007

Pétanque, Taxidermy, and Ramen

Now that I have your attention, you may be wondering what the three items in the name of this post could possibly have in common. The answer: all three were subjects of recent posts I wrote for Gridskipper.

My latest post is about Pétanque in Paris and includes places where you can watch games in action, grab a pint with the players, or outfit yourself to do serious boules battle.

In the creepy spirit of Halloween, I wrote about where you can see dead animals on display in the post Paris Taxidermy.

And finally, my post about Quick and Easy Japanese on rue Sainte Anne highlighted the rue Sainte Anne in central Paris where it’s possible to find excellent ramen restaurants and a number of Japanese grocery stores.

One Response to “Pétanque, Taxidermy, and Ramen”

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