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Join us Thursday, July 14th as we host a family-friendly Bastille lunch, with live music, a face painter, balloon and caricature artists, special menu items, and much more! Make a reservation here.
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Proven to improve early reading scores by 90%. A small amount of reading each day with Le Le Chinese Reading System makes an incredible difference. It gives motivation to keep on going where it snowballs into the bigger goals!
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This is where the world's biggest brands do business and meet new partners, and the sharpest innovators hit the stage. Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), CES features every aspect of the tech sector.
The Freedom Trail is one of the iconic touristy things to do in Boston, and there's a reason for that. I did the full trail many, many years ago but decided to go with this shorter, more compact trail with our family. The 1.5 hour length is the right duration for kids, and our guide, Jeremiah Poope (his actual last name!), kept it interesting the entire time. He has been a tour guide in Boston for many years, and he had a ton of interesting stories and facts beyond the typical revolutionary war factoids.
In the mood for something sweet? The Marais is your paradise. Traditional boulangeries selling bakery treats are everywhere, tea rooms have cropped up on many streets, and some of the big-name pastry chefs have opened up shops here, from Yann Couvreur and Pierre Hermé to Christophe Michalak. If your taste runs to exotic treats, visit one of the Yiddish bakeries on Rue des Rosiers to sample delights such as linzer torte, strüdel, baklava and vatrouchka.
The Marais is an authentic Paris neighbourhood where many French traditions remain intact. The oldest market in Paris, the Marché couvert des Enfants Rouges, is on Rue de Bretagne. With colourful stalls, fresh produce, flowers and tasty dishes prepared on the spot, it is a popular meeting place for Parisians. On market days, the stalls spread out into the neighbouring place Baudoyer and even the courtyard of the Paris Centre arrondissement town hall. On Rue de Bretagne, there are a number of shops selling regional French specialities and some choice places to stock up on food, from bakeries to cheesemongers. 041b061a72