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Tour Eiffel from 13 floor of near building
Favorite thing: PARIS, here it is again ,and what better way than to showcase the Tour and Dome. The two of the most symbolic places of Paris.
The Tour Eiffel has gone beyond words and explanation as to why it is so popular and people line up its stairs and mount its elevators/lifts to see the city ,the top the ultimate trip to Paris. I know its repetitive but its a must at least once in your lifetime.
You have the Dome ,the Invalides, that muscle powerfurl museum of the military history of France, of its great leader DeGaulle, and of the great Emperor Napoléon. It is visible from many parts of Paris too even from Mount Valerien outside of Paris. Its another jewel, perhaps less visited but equally impressive and ,also, a must to see at least once.
I have taken pictures and have passed by it so many times.This time was business and was working on the 13th floor of a building with these views, ohh hard to work here...lol!
Fondest memory: seeing Paris is always a fond memory flash. Its a virus a delicious infection that last your lifetime and its pass on to the younger generation with love and care.
Favorite thing: This landmark of Paris covered market left unattended for too long is now coming back better than ever, and we are so lucky. after 10 long years is finally done. A short distance from the Mayor's of mairie of the 3éme arrondissement de Paris, at Rue Eugène-Spüller , the Carreau du Temple, the vast and elegant covered market built in 1863 by Jules de Mérindol (the same who did the Grande Halle de la Villette), is ready to become again the beacon of its type in Paris.
Opening is due for 2014.But you will get a taste of it next October 2013 during the Nuit Blanches of Paris
It will ,also, have space for multiactivities such as sport, cultural events and exhibitions. An auditorium with 250 places at street level and a separate entry.
In 1904, the place holds the first Foire (fairs)de Paris. The following year it is reduce from 10 to 2 today enclosures or halls, that are form together into the vast space today of over 1800 m2 that is now the marché du Temple. From the great years between 1950 to 1970 where it had as much as 1000 vendors it dwindle to just 360 by 1976 and by early 2000's only but 15 or so.
A place where the Templiers once roamed ,and the people feds, now will come back as cultural center. The site of history on it in French
the space from the city of Paris site in French
and more in French from the mayor's office of the 3éme arrondissement of Paris
Fondest memory: in French but plenty of memorabilia,
I was here back in the early 90's and as involved in heritage sites in France, became aware of its demise and raise , so very happy to see it kept even if for a different reason than it was.
Montparnasse out of gare
Favorite thing: This is known as a great train station of gare montparnasse, with its wonderful hub of metro lines , buses, and suburbian trains and the TGV. It is now my entry point to Paris.
However, a while back it used to be my last work area in Paris before moving out to Brittany. This is where I came to work, play and make friends, and spent quite a bit of time around it enough to write a book but I am not one of those like Fitzgerald and Hemingway...lol!
The district of Montparnasse is the no 53rd administratively of Paris located in the 14e arrondissement, althought the 15 and 6 also comes to its borders, it sits in the rive gauche of the Seine. Its name comes that which the students gave it when they stop by here to mingle in the hill and ramparts of the 17C in reference to mount parnasse residence of the muse of Greek mythology. The hill was flattened to trace the blvd du Montparnasse in the 18C, the place for walks in the city area then.
Some of the artists that made it or visit the area of Montparnasse from the 1910's but especially at the heydays of district in the 1920's were, Pablo Picasso, Guillaume Apollinaire, Pablo Gargallo, Julio González, le douanier Rousseau, Antoine Bourdelle, Ossip Zadkine, Moïse Kisling, Marc Chagall, Maurice Le Scouëzec, Nina Hamnett, Fernand Léger, Jacques Lipchitz, Max Jacob, Blaise Cendrars, Chaïm Soutine, Michel Kikoine, Prosper Galerne, Pinchus Kremegne, Amedeo Modigliani, Ford Madox Ford, Ezra Pound, Marcel Duchamp, Suzanne Duchamp-Crotti, Constantin Brancusi, Paul Fort, Juan Gris, Diego Rivera, Tsuguharu Fujita, Marie Vassilieff, Grégoire Krug, Léonide Ouspensky, Léon-Paul Fargue, René Iché, Alberto Giacometti, Andrtheé Breton, Pascin, Wolfgang Paalen, Alice Paalen, Salvador Dalí, Jean-Paul Sartre, Henry Miller, Django Reinhardt, Joan Miró ,and at the end of his life Edgar Degas.
With each district renown the district of Montparnasse has become a place for business offices, and passing train travelers at daytime to a place of diversion and entertainment at nights. It is indeed ,just that, work daytime party nightime ,yes yes yes.
oh yes an interesting cementary of Montparnasse where they rest Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir , Charles Baudelaire, Robert Desnos, Georges Sand, Camille Saint Saëns, François Rude, Charles Garnier, Maupassant, Sainte-Beuve, Alfred Dreyfus, Jean Carmet , and Serge Gainsbourg amongst others.
Something famous in the two restos La Coupoule and le Dôme as well as La Ruche. Link to the history of Brittany as Fulgence Bienvenûe lands here in 1868, considered as one of the fathers of the Paris metro. His project he puts the line 12 to link Montparnasse with Montmartre! And of course, making the Gare Montparnasse a grandiose train station linking the west of France, and one of the main line stations in Paris, for which I use often now...Without leaving the Tour Montparnasse, possibly the best view of Paris from above.
Fondest memory: oh well, eating in its terraces, the bussle of the train station, the views from the tour M, the nice plazas and the history alors come on over, its Montparnasse.
Favorite thing: well most have been said about the passes, I have never use it, and would say that if you plan to see at least 3 it s ok otherwise dont bother with it
The passes are good for 2 days 4 and 6. with access to about 60 different museums and monuments.for 39€ , 54€ and 69€;
you can buy it at the main site paris museums or any museum that participates in the program of the office of tourism of Paris or the airports Roissy CDG terminals 1, 2C,2D,2E,and 2F or at Orly terminals ouest and Sud, or the stores FNAC at champs-elysees, Saint Lazare(passage du havre), TErnes and Forum les Halles.
this is the official webpage
Fondest memory: walking and seeing the beauty of Paris ,one never gets tired of it.
with Mr Roche of Domaine ancienne Cure Bergerac
Favorite thing: wine is at the fabric of French life, everywhere you go there is wine, we give it as gifts on important dates and good wines thus, we share at work, at the local bar, or invite friends over for an apero or drink before meail or to watch a football/soccer or rugby game, wine is everywhere.
Paris is the focus point of important events every year. I have the event at the peniche boat maxim's (Pierre Cardin) elsewhere on my tips, but , I do over the year participate in the independant vignerons events and the extravaganza at the Bourse with the Revue du vins de France.
The Salon revue du vins de France is every year at the palais de Brogniart or bourse, and it is in may or june, you need to check the times at the magazine site here where I have the previous one this year
The salon des vins de vignerons independant or independant wine growers fair is all over France, but next month in Paris by the Porte de Versailles expo, where I will be. This is the site in French
Both are memorable events to get to know the winemakers and growers face to face,taste their labor of love, and discuss the wine, the wines or the industry in general first hand. These contacts over the years have allowed me to then visit their caves or domaines or chateaux, and get a first hand experience many times just for my family alone with tops wines offered for free.
Another is O Chateau, this one is organise wine tastings, and Champagne cruise trips from Paris, its very popular nowdays and many uses in the city, see all about it here www.o-chateau.com
In your next trip to Paris or elsewhere in France I encourage to attend these events if you are into wines is a must, if you are not, I am sure once get a taste it will bite you like Paris does to all of us.
Cheers and Salut
Fondest memory: meeting the winegrowers talking to them enjoy their labor of love, visit their properties and make friends for life all for the love of winemaking and tasting.
some personal photos to share of previous editions.
Favorite thing: no car no problems, you can go to Reims/Epernay or Beaune by train from Paris, the wine tours are right in the cities.
here is Beaune
here is Reims
contact for dates and times and you are on. Cheers
Fondest memory: walking
Favorite thing: if less than a week monday to sunday, get the carnet of 10 tickets nowdays by 13,30€ and get the one from the airport RER B at 9.50€ check site for price updates.www.ratp.fr will tell you more
for 3 days no, stay with the carnet
Versailles is zone 4 you need 4,10€ to get here ,and need to check the site for updates as prices now change twice a year.
just read this site in English its the ile de France transport site
tell all ::)
shopping is good all over Paris, Versailles even cheaper. Go to H&M, Camaieu,C&A, Esprit,new look,promod,1.2.3,Etam,Pimky,mango,and my boys girls do it a lot at Jennyfer (http://www.jennyfer.com/)
then you have the malls at Italie2 and Bercy2 inside Paris and Parly II at Versailles (Le Chesnay).
you can use google to find the rest of the names.
hope it helps
Fondest memory: shopping at different stores all over the city
Favorite thing: This was the old Renault car manufacturing island off Paris in dept 92 ,it is an island in the middle of the Seine river on this site. For years they have been trying to figure it out what to do here. Finally,there is a project ,actually 3 projects. The island is 11,5 hectares in size.
These projects needs to have inhabitants nearby approvals and they will be submitted to public discussion from November 24 to December 16 2012.
It will have four towers of hundreds of meters high and inside a huge garden of 13.000 m2, it will house cultural centers and some shops. Another idea is to leave a garden of just 110 m, but more commerces and about 10.000 m2 of cultural builldings . Finally,another version without the towers.
It will have a Cité musicale du conseil général , the space R4 dedicated to comptemporay arts at the end of the island. Another point is that the automobile circulation will be kept to a minimum and not too much housing.
Just a point as Paris already has last year totals of 91% hotel occupancy, and a record number of tourists with Notre-Dame de Paris at i 13,6 millions visitors ,basilique du Sacré-Cœur near 10,5 millions ,the Musée du Louvre 8,9 millions, and not forgetting the Tour Eiffel at 7,1 millions. All records of visits of all time. Including my beloved Chateau de Versailles at 6,7 millions!
On the Champs-Élysées, already 300.000 persons passed per day! Already the visited places are press for time of visitors with the Louvre, for example, where you need to count 2 hours to go in by the pyramide. per the Le Figaro.
Fondest memory: walking its streets is always magical no where you go, and see the beauty of architecture and history on every footstep. Now it seems we will have a artcy contemporary new island to visit in the future. This site will need to be updated ,remind me OK.
Flame of Liberty and unoff Diana memorial
Favorite thing: Well just read that it was the 15 anniversary of the accidental death of Princess Diana by pont de l'alma in Paris. This is just around Place de l'Alma with plain view of the tour Eiffel.
So was just having some drink in my favorite place,and went over took some with my blackberry phone.
First the origins of the flame of the entrance to the under road by the seine. This flame of liberty is at the west entrance to the tunnel of pont de l'Alma that reproduce the flame of the Statue of LIberty in NYC USA. The monument measures 3,5 meters high covered in copper doree residing in a socket of gray and black marble.
This flame of LIberty was offered to France by the USA in 1989 to thanks for the restauration of the tower of liberty in NYC at the moment of its centenary.
Upon the announcement of the death of Lady Diana in August 31 1997, this spot was covered with flowers from all over the world . AFter Elton John dedicated a song called a Candle in the Wind ,the relation of the flame and Diana have taken a greater dimension that is seem even today. This year it is the 15th anniversary of her passing and the place is full of flowers. However, the actual monument dedicated to her passing is at clos des Blancs-Manteaux, public garden in the Marais,located at 21 de la rue des Blancs-Manteaux
Fondest memory: driving under the tunnel one cannot forget this tragic accident as I do take the tunnel often. It is ,also, a gift of the people of France to the USA so that makes it even more a remarkable place.
Orange store by Madeleine
Favorite thing: plenty of access and many free.
the site I use to work when around paris, have on just free sites in paris, you can can go to main page and select a specific area, in French of course, but wifi folks should handle it well ::)
Just to update the above with more information on where to get free wifi connections in Paris.By arrondissement or districts from 1 thru 20 with a general note for all, and only on commerces.
To access the Paris Municipal Wi-Fi server, follow these steps:
1.Make sure you're in one of the city's free Wi-Fi zones, and select the "Orange" network from your list of available networks.
2.Launch your habitual Internet navigator and type in any web address.
3.A prompt will appear (in French) to select your "pass Paris Wi-Fi 2h".
4.You will now be able to surf for up to 2 hours, after which point you'll need to reselect a pass. Note, however, that Paris city Wi-Fi hotspots are only available during the day. Also note that in larger parks, not all areas will pick up the wi-fi signal.
•Cafe des Inities: 4, place des Deux-Ecus, Métro Louvre-Rivoli
•La Ferme: 55,57 rue Saint Roch, Métro Pyramides
•McDonald's Louvre-Rivoli: 184 rue de Rivoli, Métro Louvre Rivoli, Pyramides
•Hall's Beer: 68 rue Saint Denis, Métro Chatelet, Les Halles
•Lina's de Etam: 73 rue de Rivoli, Métro Pont Neuf, Châtelet
•La Galtouse: 1, rue Lescot, Métro Etienne Marcel
•Le Royal Opera: 19, avenue de l'Opéra, Metro Opera
•Frog and Rosbif: 116 rue St Denis, Métro Etienne Marcel
•Tavern Cafe: 17-19, bd Montmartre, Metro Richelieu Drouot
•O' Sullivans Pub: 1 bd Montmartre, Métro Grands Boulevards
•Madeleine Bastille: 39, boulevard Bonne nouvelle, Métro Bonne nouvelle
•Les Boulevards: 112, boulevard de Sébastopol, Métro Strasbourg Saint Denis
•Le Leonard: 57 rue de Turbigo, Metro Arts et Metiers
•Cafe du Tresor: 5 rue du Trésor, Métro Hôtel de ville
•Columbus Cafe: 25, rue Vieille du Temple, Metro Hotel de Ville
•Le Mistral: 2, place du châtelet, Métro Châtelet
•Le Cafe Hugo: 22 place des Vosges, Metro St Paul
•Le Marguerite: 2 quai de Gesvres, Metro Hotel de Ville
•Le Contrescarpe: 57, rue Lacépède, Metro Place Monge
•L'Autre Bistrot: 22, rue des Ecoles, 75005 Paris, Metro Maubert Mutualité
•McDonald's St-Germain: 98 boulevard Saint Germain, Métro Cluny La Sorbonne
•La Petite Perigourdine: 39, rue des Ecoles, Métro Maubert Mutualité
•McDonald's Luxembourg: 65 boulevard Saint Michel, Métro (RER) Luxembourg
•McDonald's Austerlitz: 2 boulevard de l’Hôpital, Métro Gare d'Austerlitz
•La Taverne de Cluny: 51, rue de la Harpe, Métro St Michel or Cluny-La Sorbonne
•Columbus Cafe Luxembourg: 21, rue Soufflot, Metro (RER) Luxembourg
•L'Ecritoire: 3, place de la Sorbonne, Métro Cluny la Sorbonne, Saint Michel
•Le Mirbel: 4, rue Mirbel, Métro Censier Daubenton
•Le Gamin de Paris: 139 boulevard Saint Germain, Metro Cluny La Sorbonne
•Pub St Germain: 17, rue de l’Ancienne Comédie, Metro Odeon
•Columbus Cafe Vavin: 15 rue Vavin, Métro Notre Dame des Champs, Vavin
•McDonald's Montparnasse: 167, rue de Rennes, Métro Montparnasse
•Le Conti: 1, rue de Buci, Métro Odéon or Mabillon
•Columbus Cafe St Andre des Arts: 24, rue Saint-André des Arts, Metro St Michel, Odeon
•La Villa d'Estrees: 17 rue Git le Cœur, Metro St Michel
•Le Buci: 52 rue Dauphine, Metro Odeon
•Le Centenaire: 69 rue Saint Dominique, Metro Invalides
•Columbus Cafe: 81, rue Saint-Dominique, Metro (RER) Champ des Mars
•McDonald's Wagram: 11 Avenue de Wagram, Metro/RER Charles de Gaulle-Etoile
•Bert's Mathurins: 9 rue des Mathurins, Métros : Madeleine or Saint Lazare
•Devez: 5, place de l'Alma, Métro : Alma Marceau
•McDonald's Champs-Elysees: 40 Avenue des Champs Elysées, Metro/RER Charles de Gaulle-Etoile
•Le Madeleine: 1 rue Tronchet. Metro: Madeleine
•Columbus Cafe La Boetie: 26, rue La Boétie, Metro: Miromesnil
•Columbus Cafe Champs-Elysees: FNAC, 74, avenue des Champs-Elysées, Metro Franklin Roosevelt
•Columbus Cafe DDBar: 55, rue d'Amsterdam, Metro: Liege
•De Mets: 26 boulevard Poissonnière, Métro Bonne Nouvelle
•McDonald's Opera: 34 boulevard des Italiens, Metro Opera
•McDonald's Bonne Nouvelle: 2 boulevard Poissonnière, Metro Bonne Nouvelle
•McDonald's Grands Boulevards: 20 boulevard Montmartre, Métro Richelieu Drouot
•McDonald's Cadet: 65 rue Lafayette, Metro Cadet
•La Comete: 19 rue du Faubourg Montmartre, Metro Grands Boulevards
•Columbus Cafe FNAC St Lazare: FNAC, Place du havre, Metro St Lazare
•De la Ville Cafe: 34, boulevard Bonne nouvelles, Métro Strasbourg Saint Denis, Bonne Nouvelle
•Le Point Ephemere: 200 quai de Valmy, Métro Jaurès, Louis Blanc
•McDonald's Republique: Place de la République, Métro République
•McDonald's Magenta: 84 boulevard Magenta, Métro Gare de l’Est, Gare du Nord
•McDonald's Gare du Nord: 25 rue de Dunkerque, Métro Gare du Nord
•Brasserie de l'Est: 7, rue du 8 mai 1945, Métro Gare de l'Est
•Cafe K: 156 rue du Faubourg Saint Martin, Métro Gare de l’Est
•Sesame: 51, Quai de Valmy, Métro République, Jacques Bonsergent
•Le Pachyderme: 2 boulevard Saint Martin, Metro Republique
•Au rendez-vous des Belges: 23 rue de Dunkerque, Metro Gare du Nord
•La Ville d'Aulnay: 166 rue du Faubourg Saint Denis, Metro Gare du Nord
•La Fee Verte: 108 rue de la Roquette, Metro Voltaire
•Au Chat Noir: 76 Rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, Metro Parmentier
•Plein Soleil: 90 Avenue Parmentier, Metro Parmentier
•L'Autre Cafe: 62 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, Métro Parmentier
•Le Rouge Limé: 167 Boulevard Voltaire, Metro Charonne
•L'Armagnac: 104 rue de Charonne, Métro Charonne
•Cafe Titon: 34 rue Titon, Métro Charonne
•Columbus Cafe: 59, rue du Faubourg Saint Antoine, Métro Bastille
•Iguana Cafe: 15 rue de la Roquette, Métro Bastille
•Bazart Cafe: 36 boulevard Henri IV, Metro Bastille
•Cafe de l'Industrie: 16, rue Saint Sabin, Métro Breguet-Sabin, Bastille
•McDonald's: 130 Boulevard Voltaire, Métro Voltaire
•Le Refectoire: 80, Boulevard Richard Lenoir, Métro St Ambroise or Richard Lenoir
•Le Cafe de Pauline: 9 rue de l’Ambroisie, Métro Cour St Emilion
•La Gazzetta: 29 rue de Cotte, Métro Ledru-Rollin
•Cafe 202: 202, rue Faubourg Saint Antoine, Métro Faidherbe-Chaligny
•La Valise: 36, boulevard Diderot, Métro Gare de Lyon
•McDonald's Reuilly-Diderot: 116 boulevard Diderot, Métro Reuilly Diderot
•McDonald's Ledru-Rollin: 80 rue Traversière, Métro Ledru-Rollin
•O' Cantina Cafe: 161, avenue Daumesnil, Métro Dugommier
•La Liberte: 196, rue du faubourg St Antoine, Métro Faiherbe Chaligny
•Dalou: 30 place de la Nation, Metro Nation
•L'Apprenti: 257 avenue Daumesnil, Metro Michel Bizot
•The Frog and British Library: 114 Avenue de France, Métro Bibliotheque Francois Mitterand
•L'Arobase: 101 rue du Chevaleret, Métros Bibliothèque François Mitterrand
•McDonald's Gobelins: Avenue des Gobelins, Metro Gobelins
•McDonald's Place d'Italie: 30 Avenue d’Italie, Métro Place d’Italie
•McDonald's Nationale: 84 rue nationale, Métro Tolbiac
•Le Canon des Gobelins: 25 Avenue des Gobelins, Métro Gobelins
•Columbus Cafe FNAC Italie: Fnac Italie 2, 24, avenue d'Italie, Metro Place d'Italie
•Cafe de la Bibliotheque Nationale: French National Library, Quai François-Mauriac, Métro Quai de la gare, Bibliothèque François-Mitterrand
•Cafe du Viaduc: 12 rue de Tolbiac, Metro Bibliotheque Francois-Mitterand
•Le Tournsesol: 9 rue de la Gaieté, Metro Edgar Quinet or Montparnasse
•Le Losserand: 77 rue Raymond Losserand, Métro Pernety
•Indiana Cafe Montparnasse: 72 Boulevard Montparnasse, Metro Montparnasse
•Indiana Cafe Denfert-Rochereau: 1 Avenue du General Leclerc, Metro Denfert-Rochereau
•McDonald's Denfert: 5 Avenue du Général Leclerc, Métro Denfert-Rochereau
•Chez Felicie: 174 Avenue du Maine, Métro Alésia, Mouton-Duvernet
•Le Baranimo: 51 rue des Morillons, Métro Convention ou Porte de Vanves
•Le Cosmos: 133 Avenue Emile Zola, Métro Emile Zola
•Le Cadran d'Alleray: 10, place d’Alleray, Métro Pasteur, Plaisance, Vaugirard
•Le Murmure: 108, rue de la Convention, Metro Boucicaut
•McDonald's Convention: 192 rue de la Convention Métro Convention
•McDonald's Charles-Michel: 48 rue Linois, Metro Charles Michel
•McDonald's Commerce: 1 rue du Commerce, Métro La Motte Piquet Grenelle
•McDonald's Passy: Place de Passy, Métro La Muette
•Le Passy: 2 rue de Passy, Métro Passy
•Jardin de Ranelagh: 1 avenue Prudhon, Metro Ranelagh
•Cambridge Tavern: 17 avenue Wagram, Métro Charles De Gaulle-Etoile
•Beer Station: 1 bis, av Mac Mahon, Métro Charles de Gaulle-Etoile
•McDonald's 11 Avenue de Wagram, Métro Ternes, Etoile
•Palace Cafe: 128, bd de Clichy, Metro Place de Clichy
•Le Chao Bâ Cafe: 2 boulevard de Clichy, Métro Pigalle
•Marlusse et Lapin: 14, rue Germain Lapin, Métro Pigalle
•Le Vrai Paris: 33 rue des Abbesses, 75018, Métro Abbesses
•Au Progres: 7 rue des 3 Frères, Métro Abbesses, Anvers
•Cafe Cheri/e: 44 boulevard de la Villette, Métro Belleville
•Dock's: 21, av Corentin Cariou, Métro Porte de la Villette
•Quick La Villette: Cité des Sciences, Jardin de la Villettte, Métro Porte de la Villette
•McDonald's Belleville: 1 Avenue Simon Bolivar, Metro Pyrenees
•La Maroquinerie: 23 rue Boyer, Metro Gambetta or Ménilmontant
•Le Sherpa: 198 rue des Pyrénées, Metro Gambetta
•Cafe Cannibale: 93 Rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, Metro Couronnes
•Le Zephir: 1, rue Jourdain, Metro Jourdain
•McDonald's Gambetta: 7 Place Gambetta, Metro Gambetta
Of course the above is not exhaustive and there are many public places too like on the picture, but will give you plenty of coverage while in Paris. I do all the time even when on pleasure trips to the city;happy surfing ::)
Fondest memory: working that laptop and see the beautiful world of Paris go by on a cozy cafe.
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