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Down Time in Paris

Out of the Way Wine Bars and Bistros

Down Time in Paris - Out of the Way Wine Bars and Bistros

Down Time in Paris

All winos need some down time just like regular people and when in a new city it is not always easy to find just the right place. With that thought in mind this piece from JJ Buckley really hit home. It got me to thinking that if we stop for a moment and really think about it we all know a lot more people than we think we do and that really is the best way to find those out of the way and off the beaten path places that always end up leaving us with the best memories.

“While it may not be filled with glamor and celebrities as some people imagine, the wine industry is great for finding the best recommendations on all things gustatory: must-eat restaurants, the perfect espresso or that funky wine bar. Tips from winemakers or sales representatives make it seem as if I have my very own concierge when traveling.

Instead of keeping those recommendations to myself, I find it best to share. So when asked for suggestions in Paris, Sydney or Barcelona, I would have to sort through assorted matchbooks and business cards to compile a list. Over and over. Therefore, I decided it was time to come up with a permanent list that I could keep on hand and share with everyone who asks, as well as our blog readers. Bon voyage!”

The places that he suggest in this piece all sound good and definitely worth trying. Knowing where to go is the real trick to ending up with great memories and we can all use the suggestions he makes and maybe this would actually be a good use of our Twitter and Facebook time.

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