In big bustling Paris you, the tourist, yearn to find an authentic Parisian neighborhood. Somewhere where the natives walk home with a baguette under their arm. Rue Cler is that neighborhood. It's traffic-free and designed for meandering from cheese shop to boulangerie, to patisserie. The most eye catching shops are, of course, the florists, who seem to have many more flowers than the locals could buy for the day. But evidently not, and it makes you realize that Parisians are people who appreciate beauty in their daily life, including a bouquet of fresh flowers on the table.