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August 30, 2010

Splendid Paris And It’s Lovely Clubs

… important tours. There are also some preeminent open-air markets, where you could get some renowned fresh food.

As far as Paris tourism is concerned, this metropolitan area is also reputed to be one of the most supreme, culinary centres in …

August 19, 2010

The difference between a good restaurant and a bad one

Filed under: Paris Restaurants — Tags: , , , , , — pari2 @ 12:15 am

… diner who merely leaves and decides not to return is actually contributing to support this poor food, service and restaurant style.

I have lived in Orange County California for over fifty years and can barely find a restaurant worth the …

August 18, 2010

Day Trips And Excursions From Paris

… you can make from Paris in your rental car;

1. Disneyland Paris

Europe’s top tourist destination, Disneyland Paris, is just 32 km (20 miles) outside of the centre of Paris, and can be reached by taking the A4 motorway Metz-Nancy ( …

July 10, 2010

To Be Or Not To Be in Paris?

… . You will be treated to the best food and exquisite French wine.
But if you’re extremely squeamish go to the most famous Paris restaurant – Maxim. Bear in mind that you should book the table and don’t forget about the dress-code!

July 8, 2010

Look Up Great Musée – Vitrines Des Arts Du Spectacle in Sensational Paris


Paris is not only a fashion centre, but also a culinary centre in Europe. Exceptional fine dining can be found in small restaurants in and around Paris. There is a reason why French chefs have a positive image around the world. The prices in …

What’s The Oldest Bar In Paris?

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French people love drinking and eating out. Paris overflows with bars, wine bars, cafés, bistros and restaurants. Tons of fun. But which and where is the oldest one?

Let’s begin by wandering down rue Mazarine from the Odéon square. …

July 4, 2010

Restaurant reviews: La Madeleine French Bakery and Cafe, The Woodlands, TX

… this chain. A Frenchman created the chain that was originally from Loire Valley. This place serves French specialties that can’t be found in Paris or even Lyons! They say that this is a good thing, because if you happen to “disfigure” the French …

June 25, 2010

A Gay American in Paris

… here are a few tips.

1. ALWAYS say “Bonjour Monsieur” and/or “Bonjour Madame” when entering a Paris store or Paris restaurant, or first speaking to someone (i.e. waiter, cashier etc.). Even if you just intend to browse around a Paris

June 21, 2010

Blogging Paris Part 2 Health And Fitness Lessons Good And Bad From The French

… and running errands in the city, unlike the US where bicycles are only used for recreation.

2. Portion control. Paris restaurants are world renowned for their culinary excellence and rightfully so. But the portions served are significantly …

June 14, 2010

Cocktail recipes: Paris Hilton

… dew, and serve.

The upside of this drink is it is simple and easy, just as the name implies. The downside of the ‘Paris Hilton’ is that it does not have a lot of kick and no man, of legal drinking age, would be caught drinking this (no …

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