Tucked away on a back street you will find Atelier 154. This cool shop is full of beautiful French Industrial design pieces and we just love the shop and all its contents.
Don´t miss it!
154 rue Oberkampf - www.atelier154.com
Normal rate €129, discounted rate €89 for a Double room with breakfast
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Hotel de Londres et d’Anvers – 131-133 Boulevard Magenta
Want to see Paris in one day? To experience the best of Paris in a single day, take this Paris “walking tour” tour with a difference! You’ll travel by river shuttle and visit Paris’ most famous riverside monuments on this comprehensive full-day tour, including guided visits to the Louvre Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral and lunch at the Eiffel Tower.
Your walking tour with a difference begins with a guided 1.5-hour visit to the magnificent Louvre Museum. You’ll then take a boat ride along the Seine River to the Eiffel Tower, where lunch is served in the exceptional setting of the 58 Tour Eiffel restaurant on the tower’s first floor. The early afternoon is left free for you to explore the Eiffel Tower.
After lunch it’ time to board another boat to take you along the Seine River to Notre Dame Cathedral for a 45-minute guided visit of this famous building. The Paris Walking Tour by River Shuttle concludes at Notre Dame, leaving you free to continue your visit to the cathedral on your own.
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Dogs are everywhere and part of the Parisian restaurant and café scene. You’ll find them waiting patiently in fancy hair salons, accompanying passengers in the Metro as well as strolling parks and walking along streets with or without a leash.
According to estimates, there are over 200,000 dogs in just in Paris. A total of 8,500,000 canines live in France, giving the country has the seventh largest dog population in the world!
Thinking of taking your four-legged friend with you to the French capital? If your pooch can be carried in a shoulder bag and there’s not a sign specifically forbidding dogs, their usually welcome everywhere in Paris.
This exhibit, a retrospective spanning Yves Saint-Laurent’s forty years in the business, is quite simply breathtaking. All of Saint-Laurent’s iconic creations are featured and many more. While the beauty of the garments speak to Saint Laurent’s tremendous talent, it is the breadth of his influences and the vibrancy of his interpretations that truly grab you.
The exhibit is only running a few more weeks, to 29th of August
Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris
Avenue Winston Churchill – www.yslretrospective.com