I took a walk on E. 60th Street for NYC’s Bastille Day festival. This is one of the most congested street festivals I’ve been to in the city, but worth going to for the Francophile. Rizzoli books had a stand with French books. There were French cards and postcards, French-speaking health professionals, tourism booths on France and Quebec, French grocery items, French music, and of course, French food like macarons, croissants, tarts and caneles, like these by Celine.
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