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Trip List by MargueriteParis

My Secret Addresses in Paris - and I would love to discover yours

5 Jan 2007  
4.5 of 5 stars based on 31 votes

I have been living in Paris for twenty years and invite you to share my Secret addresses to stay / eat / visit etc... and I would love that you share yours! thanks in advance

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  • 1. A unique way to experience Paris - Stay in a houseboat moored on the Seine
    http://www.private-homes.com

    Very picturesque location for this Bed and Breakfast between Pont Alexandre III, the most beautiful bridge in Paris, and Concorde Bridge.
    Situated in the heart of Paris, it is within walking distance of the Jardin des Tuileries, the Louvre, Orsay Museum, Place de la Concorde and the Champs Elysées

  • 2. Enjoy your lunch or afternoon tea in a Museum ! at the Jacquemart-André Café
    http://www.musee-jacquemart-andre.com/en/jacquemart/496-/

    I always take my foreign friends for a lunch or afternoon tea to this special place before or after visiting the Museum

  • 3. You cannot leave Paris without a walk along the Banks of the Seine
    http://www.parisdigest.com/takingarest/bateaux.htm

    During the day or at night, you cannot miss walking along the Seine which will lead you to Notre Dame and St Louis Island.

  • 4. I love this Paris Neighborhoods map that I recommend to print and put on your fridge till you get to Paris
    http://www.parisnotes.com/free/jbutlerart.pdf

  • 5. Go grocery shopping in the nicest Paris Market
    http://www.parismarkets.net/Saxe-Breteuil.html

    I do agree when people say that there is no more beautiful market in Paris...
    Faites vos courses à la parisienne !

  • 6. Time for picnic is nearly back!! pack a picnic in Paris
    http://goparis.about.com/od/sightsattractions/tp/parks_gardens.htm

    Romance in the City of Light need not be as expensive as a night at the Ritz or dinner at La Tour d Argent. A sunset picnic overlooking the River Seine in the world's most amorous city can provide romance aplenty at a very reasonable price. Instead of ordering a hamper at your hotel, provision your picnic at a Paris street market, absorbing a slice of Parisian life as you search out the triumvirate of picnic essentials -- bread, cheese, and wine.

  • 7. Secret Paris by Lisette
    http://www.secret-paris.com

    She shares with me the same vision of Paris and deserves a visit. She is waiting for your comments!

  • 8. I have discover this website which might be interesting to visit... the title is: Paris Greeter, once a Parisian, Parisians for ever
    http://www.parisgreeter.org/home/

    If you are about to visit Paris and want to try a new experience, a Paris Greeter will help you enjoy Paris as Parisians do.
    The Paris Greeters are local Parisians who volunteer their time to share with visitors the districts of Paris they know and love so well. They will introduce places and insights into Parisian life that are not always found in the published tourist guides.

  • 9. Le Club des Poètes suggested by GulfWanderer
    http://www.poesie.net/anglais.htm

    GulfWanderer wrote to me: I would also like to suggest the Club des Poetes as a well-kept secret ;-) Having dinner there and listening to/watching the poetry performances is just stunning. It's at 30 rue de Bourgogne 75007 Paris

  • 10. Videos about Secret Passages in Paris
    http://www.lexpress.fr/voyage/video.asp?idv=42

    I was so happy to discover these videos published by a french newspaper. It is into French and hope that you understand, at least you can watch!