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Lights, Camera, Action! Five Unmissable Parisian Movie Houses
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In France, cinema is the 7th art, as important as painting or literature, and like museums or libraries, movie houses play a key role in local culture. Netflix has not yet come up the Seine, and according to the Office de Tourisme there are 84 theaters in Paris with well over 350 screens. Going to […]

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Our Top Six Craft Beer Shops Around Paris
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La Cave à Bulles Craft beer is slowly but surely making its way into the Parisian palate. This May, Paris Beer Week inundated the city’s craft beer bars with brews familiar and unknown, leading local beer geeks to rejoice and even converting a few skeptics. A la bière comme à la bière You can take […]

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Seine banks, Paris time-lapse
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Seine banks, Paris time-lapse.

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Exploring the Bois de Boulogne, an Oasis of Green on Paris’ West Side
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Parc de Bagatelle The good King Dagobert would hunt bear and wild boar through the forest that is now the 2000-acre Bois de Boulogne on the western edge of Paris. That was over 1000 years ago. Today the air is filled with laughter instead of hunting arrows, but the woods are still alive with adventure […]

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Marriott Hotel Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
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http://www.TravelsWithSheila.com It is a 5-1/2 hour train ride from Cahors to Gare Austerlitz train station in Paris; then one hour on the Air France bus from Gare de Lyon, Paris; then a Marriott…

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The Guinguette Revival: 30s-style Dancing, Drinking, and Dining Along the Seine
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La Guinguette de Neuilly Parisians who can’t flock to the seaside during the summer months are still drawn to their closest water sources, as evidenced by the ever-growing popularity of Les Berges on the Seine. However, this craving to enjoy the hotter months waterside goes back much further than Les Berges, or even the 12-year […]

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10 Reasons to Love August in Paris
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Paris Plages/Pause Cafe, Isabel Miller-Bottome For those who cherish the peaceful atmosphere resulting from the mass exodus of holiday-goers, August is Paris’ most prized month. In the past, I haven’t always embraced this sentiment, mainly because I love the charge of the city. I adore the hustle and bustle of the busy streets; the fashionable […]

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Folks and Sparrows: A Rustic Café-Épicerie-Concept Store in Paris’ 11ème
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The latest buzz on the Paris coffee scene this summer is Folks and Sparrows, a café-épicerie-concept store tucked away on a quiet street in the 11ème, one of my favorite neighborhoods. I had the pleasure of spending a couple of hours here on a drizzly Tuesday afternoon last week. I relaxed into a leather easy […]

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