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Stranded in Paris: How to Take Advantage of Every Extra Moment

by Maggie Battista
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Maggie Battista

Passionate about fine dining and old-fashioned hospitality, Maggie is focused on finding hidden, authentic food gems and is absolutely in love with the creamy, salty butter sold all over Paris. She also runs an online magazine and market called Eat Boutique, where she discovers the best small batch foods by boutique food makers. Maggie’s based in Boston, with frequent trips to Paris, Brooklyn, Maine, and northern California. View Maggie Battista's Website

6 comments on “Stranded in Paris: How to Take Advantage of Every Extra Moment

Thank you all. And Katherine, good luck getting in. I am crossing my fingers for us both! Hugs to each of you — Maggie

Bless your heart, I know you miss your man and home but EAT, SHOP AND EAT SOME MORE!

I hope to arrive on Saturday with my sister and niece providing this volcano behaves! Can’t wait to experience some of your tastings.

Love your handbag! That’s a gorgeous gift for YOU! Won’t say I’m sorry to hear you’re stranded in the city I long to visit – but that volcano is really messing up so many things for so many people. Your 5-step plan is genius. Great tips.

aww maggie, i hope it works out! but to be stranded in paris?? YES PLEASE!!!!

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