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he nutella hot chocolate at Paris Creperie is hazelnut heaven, hot or frozen, and in mint or raspberry varieties good enough to transport you to the Rue Ste. Germain. The hole-in-the-wall creperie, with room for maybe 20 customers, makes up in flavor for what it lacks in seating room. In addition to the array of mouth-watering Provence-style crepes, you can pick up other treats like extra thick fruit smoothies and sweet dessert crepes. For an extra-filling lunch, try Tony’s Turkey Terrific, a scallion-flavored crepe stuffed with roasted turkey, stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce. Vitale
French Huguenots fled to Boston during the French Wars of Religion. Because of friction with the Puritans, many anglicized their names. Among their descendants: Paul Revere and Peter Faneuil.
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