some emergent markets


saturday markets by jhuang
July 10, 2010, 9:21 pm
Filed under: Paris | Tags: ,

We visited 2 more roving markets today, one in the 5th arrondisemont [Port Royal] and another in the 7th [Saxe Breteuil Market].

Port Royal Market
Yes, they are all starting to look somewhat similar
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There are parking spots for the trucks!
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…and they still wall in the market.
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Just a tidbit…one of the vendors here makes great custard tarts

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Saxe Breteuil Market
With the Eiffel Tower in the background, it was quite a nice lovely market especially considering that the area 1 block away was ghostly quiet.
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Not surprisingly, the sight of trucks came into view first.
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Here is another one of the breaks in the “wall.”
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We also ran into a market on the southern end of the Rue Mouffetard past the vegetable/fruit market. It didn’t use too much of the standardized market stall equipment which actually made it seem more approachable.
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