OK, so you’ve been to Paris before. Maybe you even live here. You’ve seen the Eiffel Tower, you’ve seen the Mona Lisa.
Heck, maybe you’ve even seen the top 20 must-sees in every arrondissement, according to tour guide Corey Frye from episode 7 of The Earful Tower.
But what next?
Never fear, we’ve got Corey back in the studio to give us the best thing to see in every Paris district — but this time for the Paris expert.
Now, the list is below, but to hear the full 35-minute episode, you’ll have to become a member. Yep, this is the first bonus episode, and it’s a pretty good one, if I do say so myself. Membership costs just $1US a month, or there’s even better bonuses if you chip in a little more.
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The must-sees of each Paris arrondissement (for the Paris expert) – according to tour guide Corey Frye from A French Frye in Paris.
1st: The Metro station at Place Colette2nd: The inside of the Basilica of Notre-Dame-des-Victoires
3rd: The Square Georges-Cain4th: The Village Saint Paul
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5th: The ‘Midnight in Paris’ stairs
6th: The bullet holes in Odeon Theatre from 1944
7th: The most sexual door in Paris at 29 Avenue Rapp
8th: The statue of Ben Franklin near the Eiffel Tower
9th: The ‘A la mere de famille’ chocolate shop10th: The Comptoir General bar11th: The remnants of the Paris guillotine on Rue de la Roquette
12th: The colourful street Rue Cremieux
13th: The Cité Florale village
14th: The secret underground headquarters of the French resistance
15th: The Parc Georges Bresson
16th: The Marmottan Monet Museum
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17th: The pet cemetery
18th: The doorway of Van Gogh’s old apartment
19th: The Pavillon des Caneaux house-turned-bar
20th: The doorway where Edith Piaf was bornWell, there’s a taste of what this episode holds. Obviously Corey explains it all in detail in the actual episode, with plenty of secret tips. Wanna hear it? Here’s the link one last time 🙂 Your donations keep this show going!
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