The gr8ful grind

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Friday, September 25, 2015

Place des Voges was bult by King Henry IV 1605 and was the prototype of all other European squares. Interestingly, his house was on one side of the square, while his queen's house on the opposite side of the square. French author Victor Hugo also lived here. Today, it's a VERY toney place with about only the very well to do living around the square. If you're on a budget, plan to eat somewhere else. We ordered a cheeseburger and was brought just about the most boring burger we've ever eaten: meat cheese, a little sauce, and a side of fries. That's it. No lettuce, tomatoes, onions, nothing but the 20 euro bill (about $23). I emphasize a boring flavor. Paris, France; September, 2015. 


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