What would you do on a sabbatical in Paris?

Author Eloisa James did just that. She took her family to Paris for a yearlong sabbatical. Kerri is talking to her tomorrow at 11 a.m. and we need your input.

Here’s some inspiration:

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(Paper mache pandas set up by members of World Wildlife Fund are pictured on March 31, 2012 in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. KENZO TRIBOUILLARD/AFP/Getty Images.)

Stephanie Curtis, social media host

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  • Mike

    There is far too much coverage and conversation about the coverage and conversation! I am still waiting for a good investigative report on the incident that attempts to be objective and really explains the fact as they are known.

  • Emily

    Become an amateur sommelier of cours, relax on the Riviera and advance my photography skills in the countryside.

  • @annpowers

    Eating perfect food, haunting the Tuileries, and checking out French hip hop.

  • @taqee

    @KerriMPR two words: scooters. baguettes.

    — Taqee (@Taqee) April 10, 2012

  • Resilient

    There is far too much coverage and conversation about the coverage and conversation! I am still waiting for a good investigative report on the incident that attempts to be objective and really explains the fact as they are known.

    Posted by Mike | April 10, 2012 9:23 AM

    I agree completely! On many issues and especially on the Daily Circuit, MPR is becoming less and less rigorous – lots of “coverage and conversation about the coverage and conversation” of issues and numerous calls for the audience to twitter, facebook as well as self-congratulatory reminders of how great the coverage and reporting are. Disappointing.

  • Anna Ourada

    For a year in Paris I would sit in the parks people-watching

  • Peter

    Wander the streets to find beautiful crooks and crannies both widely known and so quotidian even the Parisians walk by everyday.

  • ann in St. Paul

    My family spent time in France and ended up with my brother in law who lives in Paris. One night he and his wife took our 3 kids, and my husband and I took his scooter and road around Paris- warm summer night- Wonderful! one of the most romantic experiences with my husband. If in Paris, get a scooter!

  • http://www.thevriesens.com Deborah Vriesen

    I would be enrolled into an atelier and study painting. I am a 57 year old professional painter, but I have never attended art school. In an environment where art is paramount, unlike the USA where it is considered a frippery in life, the teaching of painting would probably be deeply serious and splendidly rich. And, how very stereotypically romantic it would be for this lady!