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After having discovered Paris in the middle age and throughout the time visiting museums, monuments and historical places or having relaxed and took fun in the parks and gardens, let us stroll and wander or just stay put to enjoy some pecularly charming places..

Let us visit the delightful jardins du Palais-Royal. Walk in the mosaic paved arcades. In tiny and delicious shops, you will find collection toys, vintage jewels and clothes.
Watch the fountain and decide wether you appreciate or strongly dislike the contrast created by the mix of 20th century sculpture of Daniel Buren with the classicism of the 18th century building.

Then go to place Colette and have a look at the comédie française, Moliere's theater. You may buy very nice objects its shop.

To dream of the romantic, magic and so elegant 19th century Paris, visit galerie Vivienne. Vidocq, crook turned to police head and featured in "Les Misérables" lived there once. Enjoy tea at "à priori thé" and make purchases in a retro toy shop " si tu veux". Entrance 4 rue des petits champs or 5, rue de la Banque or 6, rue Vivienne (2ème).

an old commercial gallery in Paris
 

Over and under.
To look at Paris walking or rolling in a garden planted in the sky : The promenade plantée
and to discover craftsmen and creators working underneath : le viaduc des arts. And if you are hungry, a good adress : le viaduc café, 43 avenue Daumesnil, 01 44 74 70 70. From 8 am to 4 am. Nice decor and cool ambiance. Jazzy brunch on sunday.

Amélie Poulain
To enter her world, walk along canal saint martin from rue du Faubourg du Temple. Then follow the canal de l'ourcq. You will arrive to la Vilette. Along this stroll, you can have a drink and a snack in very parisian style cafés and buy a few things in delightful shops. On sundays and public holidays beween 10 am and 6 to 8 pm, the stree belongs to pedestrians, rollers and bicycles. Quai de Valmy, from rues Louis Blanc to rue de Lancry and quai de Jemmapes from rues de la Grange aux Belles to rue Louis Blanc. More than french, full of atmosphere,
Bercy village. From 1880, Bercy was the “ cellar of the world “. Wines arrived by boat, to be discharged there and brought to the cellars now converted in boutiques dedicated to art de vivre, leisure facilities, bars and restaurants, full of charm with their vaulted ceilings, stone walls and large glass overtures. Walk in the cobbled lane free of cars.

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