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I remember visiting Paris as a young man, and trying to avoid the metro station Rer de Chatelet-Les Halles as much as I could, for the bustle of the thousands of people crossing or the suspicious environment of the Les Halles area. Gone were the times that area was the “womb” of the city, being home of […]

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Restaurant Allard

We all know that Alain Ducasse has the Midas touch, many restaurants, many stars, and an haute French cuisine where accuracy and the quality of the elements are kings. But not only of Michelin stars and luxury hotels the Ducasse Empire is made, it also recovers several more traditional restaurants, staying loyal to the design […]

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Video of the Week #2

With the arrival of the Asian Luxury Hotels to Paris, like Shangri-la, Mandarim Oriental or the most recent The Peninsula, the historic Parisian hotels are making great renovations in order to keep and stimulate their costumers. One of those classic Hotels is Plaza Athénée in the high fashion Av. Montaigne, this hotel was were the […]

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Aux Lyonnais

The history of restaurant Aux Lyonnais started in 1890 as a storage facility, followed by a wine cellar, until the Bistro, or Bouchon (as are described the traditional restaurants in Lyon) was born, in 1914. Passing from hand to hand it became the most famous Bouchon in Paris and soon captivated the emblematic chef Alain […]

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