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The new Penthouse Suite of the legendary hotel George V in Paris

A place where time does not exist anymore. This is how they described the new prestigious suite of the top Parisian hotel George V, with views of the six terraces to give magical images 360 degrees from the City of Light. The Four Seasons wanted to pick a very high standard of living experience restored […]

Eating vegetarian food in Paris | The Gentle Gourmet Café

What you see in the picture above is the legendary burger restaurant’s à la française Gentle Gourmet Cafe which is located at number 24 Blvd de la Bastille in Paris, you know, if you look for an alternative dining experience, or a healthy, or even fanciful , just have a seat. The Gentle Gorumet Cafe […]

The National Museum of the Navy in Paris

The great galleries of the Musée National preserve the artifacts of naval history dating back to the seventeenth century with  many fine antique ship models, maritime-themed paintings, navigational instruments and parts of ships of war. But the most important pieces are a whole boat used by Napoleon Bonaparte and a collection of large Figureheads, which […]

What to see in Paris | La Grande Arche de La Defense

Unlike the latter, the Arche de la Défense has a history over a hundred years. It has just turned its first 24 years, having been inaugurated on July 14, 1989: its glasses that day reflected the amazing fireworks that lit up the sky in Paris to celebrate the 200 years of the Revolution. La Defense […]

Fashion Capitals of the World

Paris, London and New York are all considered to be the main fashion capitals of the world! They all offer something different for those who want a fashion inspired weekend break, whether it’s learning more about the history of fashion, finding one off designer pieces in a fashion boutique or discovering new fashion talent. Paris […]

Strange buildings | The palace that bleeds at the Quai d’Austerlitz in Paris

Even without going down, just take the lines of 5 or 6 subways soon as you are on Seine and you cannot help but notice the palace, with red drops dripping down on its walls. The idea came by an urban artist, Idem, that in two days at the end of 2012 made ​​this work. […]

The best (economic) hotels in Paris with less than 100 Euros per room

Sleeping in Paris for less than 100 € for a double room is achievable. Not in a hovel, but in a hotel in all respect, including charm and designer style. FAUBOURG 216-224 Just like Faubourg 216-224, in Faubourg Saint-Denis in the 10th arrondissement the hotel offers rooms from € 87 per night during the weekend […]

The Zadkine Museum in Paris

Ossip Zadkin was a Russian-born French sculptor. Born in Belarus then he became partof the Russian Empire from a Jew father and mother of Scottish descents as IoselAronovič Čadkin, after attending the art school in London, Zadkine settled in Paris around 1910. There he became part of the Cubist movement, however, developing a personal style, […]

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