There is this cool little artsy section of Paris called Montmartre. It's kind of like their version of Greenwich Village in NYC. Ask any local how to get there, and you get this sort of disappointed shrug.....they'll tell you how the place in now all touristy and just "isn't the same". It's essentially a big hill. and the Basilica de Sacre-Couer sits on top. Behind the Basilica is a labyrinth of cobblestone streets and little shops, where you can eat a bunch of great pastries and crepes, buy $12 dollar keychains ....or get suckered into letting some dude do a sketch of you for like $30. And then at the bottom of the hill, you can find find Moulin Rouge and a whole host of other similar shops that you can walk past and pretend to not look in. At least that's what I did.