1.Candles and tea from Mariage Frères(35, rue du Bourg-Tibourg, in the 4th. 01 43 47 18 54).
2.Bensimon tennis shoes or bags from Autour du Monde. Four locations in Paris; we prefer 8–12, rue des Francs Bourgeois, in the 3rd Arrondissement.
3.Macaroons from Pierre Hermé (these won’t last long) or Ladurée(21, rue Bonaparte, in the 6th. 01 44 07 64 87. 75, ave des Champs-Elysées, in the 8th. 01 40 75 08 75. 16, rue Royale, in the 8th. 01 42 60 21 79).
4.Chocolates from Patrick Roger(108, blvd St. Germain, in the 6th; 45, ave Victor Hugo, in the 16th).
6.Berets in all different colors and crystal Eiffel Towers for the kids. These can be found everywhere, but there are a number of shops that run along the street beside Notre
7.Goodies from the Rodin Museum(79, rue de Varenne, in the 7th. 01 44 18 61 10) gift shop—they have a small faux Rodin sculpture of the artist’s hands, which is a piece that we adore.
8.French herbs and spices from Goumanyat(3, rue Charles François Dupuis, in the 3rd. 01 44 78 96 74). Also, the nearby G. Detou(58, rue Tiquetonne, in the 2nd. 01 42 36 54 67) offers teas, chocolates, nuts and sardines—a veritable wonderland of foodie gifts.
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