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Unusual Paris.

I’ve been visiting Paris since I was only a child, but I didn’t instantly fell in love with it. I kind of learnt how to like it step by step. 168 more words

Crepes

Le Pavillon de la Reine, Paris

You know my love for boutique hotels by now but this little gem of Le Pavillon de la Reine located in the heart of la Place des Vosges and the vibrant district of Le Marais took away my heart by storm ! 436 more words

Luxury

Travelling in Style - Paris

Paris, Paris Paris, THE city of LOVE. Many have complained that it’s cold and the people aren’t that nice. But seriously, what’s not to like about Paris? 689 more words

Fashion

Where are all the gypsies?

Salut!

Several more days down in Le Marais, poorer in funds but richer in tastebuds, caffeine, and attempts at parlent en francais. And leather goods of course! 298 more words

Shopping in Le Marais

When I want to get out and “feel Parisian” I love spending time in Le Marais.  I love all the great shopping, interesting galleries, cute restaurants, and the artsy vibe.  268 more words

Life In Paris

My Funny Valentine

Having lived away from home for the best part of the past ten years, I very rarely get homesick. Even now, I don’t miss the place, just the people. 808 more words

Paris

La Mangerie, 7 rue de Jarente, 75004 Paris (Metro: Saint Paul/Chemin Vert)

“Hanging orange trees, tasty wines and delicious tapas make the perfect ingredients for a Spanish gastronomic voyage”

The Setting: Tucked away on a quiet side street behind Saint-Paul metro, just a few minutes’ from Place des Vosges, lies “La Mangerie”: a small and quirky Spanish restaurant with tasty tapas and dangerously delicious cocktails. 292 more words

Parisian Foodie