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Paris France, tonight, what a beautiful gift

After a grey and foggy day, a beautiful sun shines on the place de la Concorde.



A little walk around the Marais.
And it’s small restaurants, boutiques, and bars. Ambiance guaranteed.



A gifted photograph at the Jeu de Paume in the Tuileries: Erwin Blumenfeld


To have a nice very nice wine and ” apetizer” :
Etoile manquante
34, rue vielle du temple
75004 Paris metro St. Paul

Les philosophes,

28 rue Vielle du temple
75004 Paris ( also great for diner)

And just in front la vielle HOrtence
A library wine bar.

And to finish the sumptuous Eiffel Tower!


A great restaurant near the Palais de Tokyo, vis à vis the Eiffel Tower

Aux marches du Palais
5 rue de la manutention.
75116 Paris France

2 comments on “Paris France, tonight, what a beautiful gift

  1. elisaruland

    The Place de la Concorde is my favorite place to visit in Paris. I could stand there all day, I think.

    • It is a very central point of Paris. I passed there 5 times between 8.50 am and 8.30 pm… As a “Parisienne” I never though Paris was a big city. Yesterday I was thinking…wouah Paris is really small!
      What do you like in the concord there? Is it the athmosphere? Cars bus bikes trucks driving on and on? Or the exceptional view?
      Plus you are one step away from the Louvre area, and one step away from the faubourg st honore, from the Champs élysées and from the Latin quarter ( st germain).

      La place de la Concorde is really beautiful I agree, the obelix, the Eiffel Tower behind the assemblee national, the crillon ( closed for the moment) ( they have a bar, decorated by Cesar, with a pianist really nice in a fairy tale athmosphere ). Oh and just for the annecdote, just ran into Nathalie Portman at 5.45, on rue St Florentin right next to the Concorde !

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