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Tuesday 3 March 2015

Travel to Paris

Travel to Paris

travel to France? Yeah, why do you believe that millions of tourists from all over the world flock each year in the world's top tourist destination? A traveler who would want to see France, I can only advise to take the time to stroll, from Brittany to the Alps, the Pyrenees to Alsace, according to his desires!
Here is a small list of places that feel good elsewhere in the heart of the capital Paris!

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1: Ulysses bookstore on the island St. Louis

This small bookstore is held by Catherine Domain who this library founded in 1971 in the heart of Paris. It is a member of the Society of Explorers, the International Club of Great Travellers, founder of the Cargo Club, Club Ulysse small islands of the world and the Prix Pierre Loti. It also organizes the first Wednesday of every month at 18.30 the freighter club. just discuss bringing drinks and snacks before the door of the library. For having already be once I can tell you that it's very nice and friendly!

2. The Quai Branly Museum

Or the museum of arts and civilizations of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas. What a good program!

3. Zango, travel, restaurant

This bar located in the hall organizes several events around the trip. Including "coffee adventure": every 1st Tuesday of the month, adventure lovers get together for guests who come to share their experiences.

4. Chinatown in the 13th district

It occupies mainly the triangle formed by the Avenue de Choisy, the Avenue d'Ivry and Boulevard Massena. It is here that held the parade Chinese New Year.

5. Little India

This is the nickname of the Brady passage. The name is not stolen as this street sounds like a shopping street in India! You will find Indian shops and excellent restaurants!

6. The hammam at the Mosque of Paris

Located in the 5th, it is a classic of the Orient in the capital. Here you can get a massage at an affordable price

7. Shakespeare & Co bookshop in the 5th

This charming old library serves both bookstore and library, specializing in English literature. Upstairs, passing travelers, are hosted in exchange for some hours in the library.

8. tropical and Mexican greenhouses of the Museum of Natural History

9. The Vincennes pagoda

It is the seat of Buddhist International Institute. On the edge of Lake Daumesnil, this pagoda is home to Europe's largest Buddha that is covered in gold leaf. A relaxing place

10. The Dapper Museum in the 16th

An "area of arts and cultures of Africa, the Caribbean and their diasporas."

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