Paris, we are back here again, or is it always here…

Well stop by Paris briefly on my way home, and already looking forward to the Christmas season back in Versailles/Paris area with the family. First some new things

The BHV store at rue de rivoli ,near the Hotel de Ville is opening from December 5 to the 18 a new resto bar at the top with great views of Paris, entrance on 55 rue de la Verrerie , the charge will be 10€ admission plus one cocktail included, from 17h to 20h.  Blue lights, lounge music,white tents for a polar and romantic ambiance !

More and more Parisien and France restos are using board, black tables, and chalk boards to announce the menu; the traditional cartes will slowly disappears. Wait now for the electronic tablettes and sms text menus too.

My son broke his D&G glasses but luckily wont cost to replace as we had insurance, done by next saturday lol!! He is happy now ,and dad too ::)

Versace will be sold at H&M stores all over, this began at NYC last November, it will be under SA Collection name. Check it out in Paris too; at this moment Christmas is in the air in Paris, therefore, Karl Lagerfeld and Vanessa Paradis open the windows at Printemps, and Charles Winston after a concert at the rooftop did it for Galeries Lafayette. Tony Parker, the French basketball player did it at Disneyland, and Audrey Tautou, the French actress will do for the illuminations at the Champs-Elysées.

There is a new fragrance o Lolita Lempicka call Si Lolita now out.  Now the new thingy is that this Christmas will be a Noel British or a British Christmas in Paris. That means lots of British motifs and clothes, and fragrances, etc etc. My boys will love it. Just read Sylvia Fendi of the famous name just love South Beach, Miami Beach, Florida USA lol! And one of her favorites is to go by Little Havana, and eat at Garcia’s.

New areas chic to discover in Paris, around Bastille, go to Rue de Charonne,rue Keller, for a feast of colors, with plenty of mangas, tattoos, and bars until very late…. by the Rue Roquette, plenty of Latin bars awaits you. Getting near pl de la Republique (one of my best areas) check out Rue Oberkampf, rue Saint-Maur, at the crossing with rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud with the best bistros full of people with the world. Dont forget to stop by the new cultural info center at the Pavillon de l’Arsenal ,metro sully-morland, bastille ,webpage

Just in France will have again a luxury cruise liner call FRANCE in 2015. Alain Ducasse the great chef is designing the 8 restaurants the boat will have!!! A boat of 17 bridges, 260 meters long, and 640 passenger capacity. It will come of the shipyard of St Nazaire not far from Nantes and me. It will a vitrine or window shop for all that is luxury and good of France.  This of course to relieve the first boat call France, I am sure those cruisers will know what I am talking about, and those new should get on this one, it is the ultimate. Cheers

And again my favorite LE FIGARO of the weekend has its top 15 bistros for Paris, voted by the locals ! Café des Musées 49, rue de Turenne, IIIe. Tél. : 01 42 72 96 17. Le Comptoir du Relais 9, carrefour de l’Odéon, VIe. Tél. : 01 43 29 12 05, Fish la Boissonnerie 69, rue de Seine, VIe. Tél. : 01 43 54 34 69; Le Café Constant 139, rue Saint-Dominique, VIIe. Tél. : 01 47 53 73 34;Bistrot Paul Bert 18, rue Paul-Bert, XIe. Tél. : 01 43 72 24 01.; L’Ourcine 92, rue de Broca, XIIIe. Tél. : 01 47 07 13 65. L’Entredgeu 83, rue Laugier, XVIIe. Tél. : 01 40 54 97 24;Le Baratin 3, rue Jouye-Rouve, XXe. Tél. : 01 43 49 39 70.L’Office 3, rue Richer, IXe. Tél. : 01 47 70 67 31. Racines 2, 39, rue de l’Arbre-Sec, Ier. Tél. : 01 42 60 77 34. Le Pantruche 3, rue Victor-Massé, IXe. Tél. : 01 48 78 55 60. Le Garde Temps 19 bis, rue Pierre-Fontaine, IXe. Tél. : 09 81 48 50 55; Vivant 43, rue des Petites-Écuries, Xe. Tél. : 01 42 46 43 55. Philou 12, avenue Richerand, Xe. Tél. : 01 42 38 00 13. Chatomat 6, rue Victor-Letalle, XXe. Tél. : 01 47 97 25 77. webpages not in all of them but easy in google.

Something from France telecom to see beautiful videos of chateau de Versailles and Fontainebleau and many more, the biggest museums of the world, links here

Enjoy Paris, its always eternal ::)

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