Smells Like Bacon – National Fair of the Flea Market and Ham
Dear Diva Readers,
top:5px;float:left;color:white;background:#781300;border:1px solid darkkhaki;font-size:100px;line-height:90px;padding-top:1px;padding-right:5px;font-family:times;”>Your olfactory pied piper isn’t leading you astray… Paris is starting to smell a lot like bacon! That’s because my tory/favorite-french-flea-market-interview/”>favorite flea market in Paris – the twice annual tou.sncao-syndicat.com/”>Foire Nationale à la Brocante et aux Jambons – is back!!!
When: March 11-20, 2011
Attention Antiques Dealers Get to Shop Early on March 10th!
What: More than 800 vendors selling the best antiques from the whole of France. As if that weren’t enough to get you drooling, add a smorgasbord of vendors hawking jambons & produits du terroir
Where: Just outside Paris proper in the suburbs – take RER A to Chatou-Croissy, direction St-Germain en Laye
How Much: Entrée Charged: 5E per person
Least you be worried about over-packing your suitcases with all the loot you buy at the National Fair of the Flea Market and Ham, fear not – the vendor coordinators have thought of everything! International shipping services are available on site!
Make sure to read tory/favorite-french-flea-market-interview/”>my interview in Bonjour Paris newsletter about this market! Or to get a man’s perspective read a Guest Blog from tou/# “>The Professor a few years ago – he’ll have you rolling the aisles with laughter!
Last but not least, don’t forget you can always book an Antiques Diva® Guided Tour of the Paris Flea Market and The National Fair of the Flea Market and Ham by emailing to:email@example.com”>firstname.lastname@example.org
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