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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Marais Paris
Un descubrimiento. Recomendable. Cerca del Pompidu.
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If he had only known
How the years would fly on by
Such a simple crime, he's run out of time
So he reaches for the sky.
He sees the stars above
As the floor to heavens light
While the angels taunt, "C'est une nuit blanche"
He's a Frenchman for the night.
I have a coffee table book at home. It is nothing but black and white photographs of Paris. I've glanced ...
... recommend Rue Faboug for their hot chocolate, & their fabulous pastries & chocolates as well as meals. We spent ages in the Muse D'Orsay, a beautifully repurposed train station, enjoying the works of many famous artists. Our final visit was to the Eiffel Tower summit, what a grad way to finish our time in Paris, the day was a little overcast, but thankfully this probably kept some of the crowds away. It was mesmerising, the city below us was breath ...
Dinner tonight was at a small bistro close to the Luxembourg gardens. It is listed as 1 of David Lebovitz's favorite places to eat in the city. I am a huge fan of David Lebovitz - his cook books are amazing & I chose all our Paris restaurants based on his website recommendations. I tend to keep starting my sentences with ''David says...'' which drives Jared crazy. The joke is that if I ever met David in person that I'd run ...
... three times during my week in Paris - honey nougat, mango and salted caramel - the latter being my favourite.
My favourite tourist attraction in this area was the man who sits on the bridge between the two islands with his piano accordion, entertaining passers by with classic French favourites such as La Vie en Rose, which really adds a distinctively French sound while strolling in the vicinity.
Speaking of La Vie en Rose, a rough translation ...
We began our morning slowly, we decided to find the metro and catch it to the champs élysées and we found Louis Vuitton which was amazingly large, we also saw the Arc de Triumph which was just as amazing the second time around, we managed to get the elevator again which was lucky as I didn't fancy going up and down 500 stairs. The view from the too was amazing. Seeing the kids faces the first time they saw the Eiffel tour was priceless. ...