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Holiday Apartments Paris
by James B.When not in one of our vacation apartments in Paris, luxury apartments Paris or ensconcing yourselves on one of the ubiquitous London-style red double-deckers (not recommended at Pad à Terre apartment rentals Paris), the best way to familiaris...
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A Few Parisian Hot Spots
by Phil Chavanne.Wine tasting at Galerie VivienneIf you like your wine, you won’t want to miss this French 1950s-style period wine shop. With its wood paneling and charming window displays, it opens up onto the Galerie Vivienne, one of the most stunning indoor arca...
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Four-Star Gourmet Food in Paris
by Phil Chavanne.In Part I, we discovered real French bread at Poilane's and the Raspail organic food open street market. Now, we uncover the top level Lafayette gourmet food court, and Paris's finest fromageries in Androuet's 5 Parisian cheese shops to you.Lafayette...

Hotel Charme Paris is a True Luxury Hotel
by John Articles.When we visit a new place we pay little or no attention to the hotel we are about to stay in and that is because we are engrossed in capturing as much as possible and enjoying the location itself. However, a hotel plays a huge role in your good dispo...
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Shop Till You Drop In Paris
by Phil Chavanne.Loose yourself at Le Grand ComptoirIf you find yourself in the 7th district, take some time to stop by 116 Rue du Bac and check out the Grand Comptoir (the Big Counter), a luminous and refined shopping place filled with a motley of weird and wonderfu...
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Paris Four-Star Gourmet Food
by Phil Chavanne.Real French BreadIn France, almost anyone will tell you that Poilane bread is the pinnacle of Parisian baking. First established 75 years ago, Poilane is now run by Lionel Poilane, who took over the business from his father about 30 years ago and boo...
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Staying At Paris Hotels
by John Articles.One may think that they are walking into a movie when they gaze for the first time at all Paris has to offer.  There are hotels all over Paris.  The Paris Hotels are more expensive than other parts of the country because Paris is where ever...
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Private Owner Villa Vs Package Holiday Hotel
by Darren Cronian.The owner has "in depth" knowledge of the holiday home and local area, which gives you access to accurate advice - not just the "travel agent" script from someone who has never visited the area. Since you are booking direct, there is no travel agent ...
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Roland Garros Paris Tournament
by Ana Rodríguez.The origin of this competition goes back to 1927, when the French team, known as “the Four Musketeers”, beat the American team during Cup Davis. Thanks to the triumph of its four members (Jacques Brugnont, Jean Borotra, Henri Cochet and René Lac...
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I Love Touring Paris - the Thirteenth Arrondissement
by Levi Reiss.The thirteenth arrondissement of southeastern Paris is situated on the Left Bank of the Seine River. Its land area is fairly large by Parisian standards, and measures more than two and three quarter square miles (over seven square kilometers). This d...
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I Love Touring Paris - the Twelfth Arrondissement
by Levi Reiss.The twelfth arrondissement is situated on the Right Bank of the Seine River in eastern Paris. It is home to one of Paris's largest parks, the Bois de Vincennes which is described below. Its land area is about 6.3 square miles (16.3 square kilometers)...
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Paris Magic
by Georginakirk.Paris is famous for being one of the most romantic and beautiful cities in the world, oozing style and culture. It's a great place anyway but my specific interest in going there was to investigate the magic scene - what feats of prestidigitation are...
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Vist the Eiffel Tower in Paris
by Tania Machowska.The Statue of liberty for the United States, the Big Ben in London, and Paris as the Eiffel Tower which it is a remarkable piece of art and a great attraction for tourists who visit Paris.Construction of the Eiffeltower started many years ago in 188...
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Eat Cheaply in Paris
by Gary Hill.It's easy to eat cheaply in Paris.Eating out in Paris does not have to be an expensive or an extravagant thing - you can eat well and very cheaply if you know where to look. Whether you want to eat al fresco in the parks and quiet places of the city ...
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Disneyland Paris
by Jakob Jelling.This place is one of the most visited spots of France, not only by children but by adults as well. Disneyland Paris is a complex resort, which counts with several different attractions and areas besides the Park itself.There is a variety of ways to a...
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The Paris district of Le Marais
by Jakob Jelling.This area is also known as the district of creativity and innovation, offering visitors the chance to observe unique elements as well as the latest trends in fashion and arts.This neighborhood or district is located at a very convenient spot, near th...
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Travel to Unforgetable Paris
by Charles Brown.My first draft of this article began something like, "here are the top ten things to do and see when you travel to Paris." My plan was to show how to plan a cheap travel excursion to Europe in general and France in particular. But three drafts later,...
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Paris Hotels: How to reduce your risk of being disappointed
by Phil Chavanne.Travel forums are gold mines of information if you care to review the postings of enchanted and disgruntled travelers coming back from abroad.As Senior Editor of Paris-Eiffel-Tower-News.com, I often peruse these forums to find out about the concerns ...
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Tourist Attractions for Weekend Getaways in Paris
by Fionn Downhill.As the second largest city of Western Europe, Paris is known as the City of Lights for its well-lit displays in the late hours, which calls to visiting tourists from around the world. It is the home of the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and many more vacat...
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Travel Itineraries in Paris
by Phil Chavanne.Every Paris travel guide seems to have something to add to the already voluminous information available on such well-known spots as the Louvre and Orsay museums, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Eiffel Tower. Yet what about discovering the quaint neighb...
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Whats the oldest bar in Paris?
by Phil Chavanne.Lets begin by wandering down rue Mazarine from the Odéon square. Bingo? We almost immediately come on Le Procope, where a plaque affirms it is "the oldest café in the world".It opened in 1686, mainly to offer coffee. This beverages fashion had been...
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Eating out in Paris on a Budget
by Gareth Powell.Perhaps the main reason I come to Paris is because of the food. Not that I am a true gourmet. More a gourmand. It is perfectly possible to spend an arm and a leg on food in Paris. I am still in a state of shock after paying $17.50 for a single glass ...
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Chateau de Vincennes and its park (Paris)
by Tatyana Kogut..Bois de Vincennes is one of the favourite places the Parisians like to spend their time at. The park is located south-west from the centre of the city and boasts its branchy trees. Besides, there are three lakes, one with a boating station where visi...
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Guide To Paris City Breaks
by Ross Marchant.If you have choosen to go on a city break to Paris, there are numerous things that you should consider. First of all, remember that a city break in Paris should be fun and relaxing. To help avoid any strees, be prepared and make plans of things to do...
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Classic Paris: Book-hunting along the Banks of the River Seine
by Phil Chavanne.Walking through Paris in search of new tips and hot-spots for readers of paris-eiffel-tower-news.com, I realized I’d neglected one its most classic locations, despite the fact that I often take time to skulk around the “bouquinistes” (second-ha...
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