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Jeff Koons Exhibition at Center Pompidou

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A nighttime scooter ride around Paris with someone you hardly even know? Why not!

Well, there are many reasons why not—if it’s someone you just met randomly on the street or you don’t know the city, your gut should tell you that public transportation with your own money and your hand firmly on your… 340 more words

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Summer promenade along La Seine, Paris

Summers in Paris are made for wandering along the Seine, and enjoying the beautiful sights of the city. There’s honestly nothing better than an aimless promenade, capturing the different views of the city. 39 more words

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Paris Plages

Every summer, from mid-July to mid-August, 3.5km of the busy road running along the Seine in the centre of the city is closed off and transformed into a beach, complete with golden sand, palm trees, deck chairs and petanque players. 182 more words

The Right Bank

Ascending the mysterious La Tour Saint-Jacques

Have you ever walked past this big tower near Hôtel de ville on Rue de Rivoli, and thought ‘what is that?!’ If so, you’re not alone, with myself included. 373 more words

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(The Friday Before) Last Friday Night

Recently un copain and I went to an exhibit at the Hôtel de Ville called Design & Artisanat d’Art : Berlin et Paris exposent leurs créaturs… 434 more words

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La Mangerie, 7 rue de Jarente, 75004 Paris (Metro: Saint Paul/Chemin Vert)

“Hanging orange trees, tasty wines and delicious tapas make the perfect ingredients for a Spanish gastronomic voyage”

The Setting: Tucked away on a quiet side street behind Saint-Paul metro, just a few minutes’ from Place des Vosges, lies “La Mangerie”: a small and quirky Spanish restaurant with tasty tapas and dangerously delicious cocktails. 292 more words

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