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In this Paris Podcast episode:
- Feature Topic: We reveal our top 3 tips for enjoying authentic local food, anywhere in the world, for way less money.
- Local Interview: Laurie from The Paris Blog shares her expert knowledge of her second home, Paris.
- $5 Food: Our Eiffel tower picnic and some of the coolest, affordable cafes in the Monmarte district.
- $5 Fun/Travel: Cheaper entry to museums. Flea markets and the most outrageous people watching in Europe.
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World Nomads Insurance – Specifically designed for digital nomads, flashpackers, adventure & long term Travellers – Get a 5% Discount with our coupon code: FOOD5 Trusted Housesitters.com – Use discount code 5DP to get a 15% discount on membership How to become a housesitting pro in just 3 months. TBEX – The Largest Travel bloggers event in the world. Our Bastille Day Photo Blog How to do paris when you as broke as [email protected]#k INTERVIEW GUEST: Laurie from The Paris Blog Cafe du Mont Cenis – Rue Caulaincourt, Montmartre, Paris, France – Amazing street with Lebanese Bakery etc. Flea Market at Montreuil Avenue du Professeur André Lemierre / Place de la Porte de Montreuil, 75020 Paris, France (Subway: M° Porte de Montreuil, line 9 ) Open: Saturday and Sunday 07:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
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We loved our time in Paris and managed to get lots of cheap or free accommodation using Couchsurfing & AirBnB ($25 Discount on first stay with this link) —- DISCLAIMER: We are affiliated with TBEX & Trusted Housesitters, World Nomads, all companies we love and support. We are not affiliated with any other of the recommended products on this page. Our opinions, as always, are our own.
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