Passage Pavé, Rue du Jardinet Paris, Quiet Paved Street, Little Boutiques near Boulevard St Germain

My last day in France before returning to the USA last September was spent in Paris.

While walking around Paris, i caught sight of one of the Passages Pavés that you find here and there around the capital.

They are an oasis of peace a few steps away from the boulevards.

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This passage near Boulevard Saint-Germain (6eme Arrondissement) is i believe named Rue du Jardinet (Little Garden Street).

I did not indulge in any of the chocolates or pastries at Patisserie on right or a beer at Brasserie Relais de l'Odeon on left.

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