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1-BONS BAISERS DE PARIS
The exhibition Bons Baisers de Paris par Léon Zeytline (1885-1962) at the Musée Fournaise allows you to do waltz through the city during the belle époque and les années folles. Some 60 paintings show off iconic spots such as the Grands Boulevards and the Moulin Rouge.
Catch it before 5 November 2017
La Recyclerie is always worth the trip up to the north of the city because of the amazing experimental cocktails, the trendy ambience, and the outdoor drinking area. It can get quite loud in the evening, especially the weekends as the place fills up with young patrons. Prices are fair and staff is friendly and attentive despite the crowds. Beware: some people don't like the place at all as the concept is considered too much 'hipster' .
La REcyclerie, 83 boulevard Ornano 75018 Paris
WHERE WE LIKE TO GO BEST
We love to visit Paris with Richard, he is a great guide. He is an American living in Paris. So it is really cool to get his perspective on all things French. He will customize the tour to whatever you want. We toured many small streets that a typical tourist would not know.
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ONE OF OUR FAVORITES PLACES
It's easy to spend an entire day wandering around this sweeping city park, which is the second largest in Paris and is the garden of the French senate. The beautifully landscaped garden, which was built in the 17th century, contains hundreds of statues, monuments and fountains – including the first model of the Statue of Liberty by Frédéric Bartholdi –. Only a short walk from many of Paris's main attractions, the park is the perfect place for any sightseer to put their feet up, read a book.