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Nestled between the Seine, Bastille, and Père Lachaise lies a peaceful side of town where wide avenues and impressive buildings accompany green spaces and small parks. Landscaped havens are plentiful, from the Bercy Park to La Coulée Verte and most impressively the Bois de Vincennes, which even contains a medieval castle on its doorstep. For an escape from the masses head to this calming neighbourhood where real Parisians make their homes.
This is a super fun museum to visit. You get to play a game that is very similar to skeeball and you get to ride various carousels. I think that they only do English tours during the summer, but I believe that they have a pamphlet in English. I'm not 100% certain though, because I speak both French and English...
Yes it was an accident that we got here. Wow, what a great place. Lovely gardens. Didn’t see the zoo, too busy walking but would spend more time next visit .. autumn colours everywhere... saw the little driverless Navette in the park. Strange looking. I think I’d like a driver
This park was on the news last night as a...
A friend of ours was involved in setting up this immigration museum. You'll learn a lot here about how France has always been an immigrant country. The displays are professional and interesting. This building was used in an international expo and has some lovely features as well as furniture.
Went with our French daughter and her husband yesterday afternoon to visit the Parc Floral. A beautiful day to stroll the grounds, look at the remarkable variety of gardens and then marvel at the Paris Jazz Festival. So many people out to enjoy picnicking on the grounds and listening to the music. The gardens are vast and might be a...
"Marquis de LaFayette's Tomb and the folly of (French) revolutionary justice"
reviewed October 1, 2018 by Andrew W
On the suggestions of my wife who read David A. Clark's book "Adopted Son - Washington, Lafayette, and the Friendship that saved the (American) revolution", we visited the tomb of the Marquis de Lafayette.
The tomb is located inside a convent and you need to pay 2 Euros per person to get in. But it is well worth it. The...
You can find many maroccan restaurants in Paris, but this one is a pearl, a jewel and might change your life!
The food is spectacularly good, the restaurant is cosy and nice, but the charm and heart of this restaurants are the owner and cooks! Everyone working here is deaf, and they invite you into a world that is unknown...
When you are looking for something different and unique, this is the place to be. Many locals but also tourist are very welcome. Great/Friendly host and very modest prices! Can only recommend this place!!!
I visited this place being very hungry after a long trip to Paris. I ordered home made sousage with tomatoe souce. it was served with rice, variety of souces (lime the best) and red beans. the dish was very tasty and huge. i definitively recommend. watch out because it is really hard to find.
We went here as a group of 9 whilst on a business trip to Paris. The staff are extremely friendly and nothing is too much of a problem. The food was excellent and we all left feeling full. We will definitely return if in the area again.
We stumbled across this divine restaurant and man are we glad we did! From the moment we arrived until the minute we left, everything was perfect. We happened upon a special event and the attention to detail and perfection as well as the service were second to none! We were really impressed and we’ll definitely be back!
Hotel is pretty small but did have a lot of character because of its interiors, we could barely fit our two medium size luggage. It's good that it had a lift to access the different floor and food for breakfast had a decent selection too.
Great location for getting in and out of the city. Small rooms but that’s paris. Breakfast was fairly good value and tasty. Cosy reception area. Bathroom was clean and modern. Free use of umbrellas which was useful for bad weather we had during our stay. Would highly recommend.
Spent 5 days here on a holiday to Paris. Very enjoyable if somewhat noisy. Great location metro outside the door, great restaurants cafes, patisseries again outside the door. I would recommend- rooms good if small but meets need- beds, shower good, clean, staff helpful.
I decide to stay one extra day in Paris and as with the SIAL (160,000 Visitor) and the Modern Arts exhibition the City was sold out, I book this gem in the 11 District of Paris and what a gem, Great location amazing spa, pool & gym increadible service Wow
Ok, so the rooms are small. The hotel staff is great and the technology is fun. The hotel is a few steps from the metro entrance which can take you anywhere in Paris. This is an excellent choice if you are planning on visiting Paris