A watercolorist of immense talent, an ideal mode of transportation, a place of essential conviviality of Paris etc...

November 13, 2017

on our front page this week…


Anders Zorn

at Petit Palais





The exhibition is a large-scale retrospective of the works of Zorn and is the first show exhibiting his oeuvre in Paris since 1906. The exhibit contains approximately 150 works that explore the artistic career of the Swede. The show’s arrangement and layout traces the life of the artist through enlargements of photographs of the artist, majority of them not exhibited before. Anders Zorn was a watercolorist of immense talent, an oil painter, and an etcher. Also on display are photographs taken by the artist that sheds light on his skills as a photographer which was unknown. The selection of works on display are on loans from the Zorn Museum in Mora, the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm along with other Scandinavian and French museums.

Until December 17, 2017






In Paris, the bus is less popular than the metro. For us, it is an ideal mode of transport to move while admiring the beauty of Parisian streets and travel more directly. Indeed, there are 353 bus lines in Paris against just 16 metro lines: there is always a bus that goes where you want to go! 


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 The Père Lachaise cemetary is certainly the most restful of the capital's must-see places.  Besides the promenade aspect, Père Lachaise is a veritable open-air museum: Oscar Wilde, Molière, Balzac, Musset, Proust, Edith Piaf, Yves Montand, Mano Solo, Jim Morrison, Alain Bashung ... Characters from the last centuries and contemporary personalities rest there.



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Just accross our Hotel La Perle, soak up the atmosphere of "Chez Georges" 11 Rue des Canettes, 6th arrondissemen:  a charming wine bar where you can enjoy wines for 3 euros a glass, enjoy the works of art that are exposed, remake the world, engage in conversions with friends or play board games. It is a place of essential conviviality of Paris











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