Some news from France, XCX

I come back to this series, so many since my humble beginnings in this blog , the Roman numerals are becoming more difficult to find lol!!! Already five years of blogging and counting it’s so much fun. We have sunshine today temps in the upper teens and up to 29C tomorrow! Can’t wait for another weekend….In the meantime in France,

We have a brand new brasserie Guy Martin at Roissy CDG airport, I Love Paris in terminal T2E hall L, try it this is from one of the most famous chefs of France (Le Grand Véfour).  Scale down version at the airport, with sandwiches gourment!

Some bars to have the sun in Paris; Buddha Bar Hôtel. 4, rue d’Anjou (8éme). Tél.: 01 83 96 88 70. From  18 h.http://www.buddhabarhotelparis.com/fr/buddhabarhotelparis-official-site.php#boutique-hotel-paris-8.php . The former Hilton Arc de Triomphe is this one now , Hôtel du Collectionneur  51-57, rue de Courcelles (8éme).  Tél.: 01 58 36 67 00. http://www.hotelducollectionneur.com/fr/terrace.html . The Molitor at the toit terrasse or roof terrace. 8, av. de la Porte-Molitor (16éme).  Tél.: 01 56 07 08 50.http://www.mltr.fr/fr/ ,   Prince de Galles. at Le Patio, 33, av. George-V (7éme). Tél.: 01 53 23 78 52.http://www.hotelprincedegalles.fr/cuisine  One showcase n my blog before the Mama Shelter. 109, rue de Bagnolet (20éme). Tél.: 01 43 48 48 48; http://www.mamashelter.com/fr/paris/restaurants/rooftop/  ; Le Méridien Etoile. 81, bd Gouvion-Saint-Cyr (17éme).  Tél.: 01 40 68 34 34. You can see the sun here on a sunny day its flashing at you and great jazz music; resto jazz here http://www.jazzclub-paris.com/en/ ; and remember you don’t have to stay in these hotels to enjoy their restos/bars:so enjoy them!

How about pique-nique in Paris! the picnics are a popular event once weather starts to show up friendly::: Some of my favorites in Paris from a long list are:

by the Opéra Garnier, the small square or  place Boieldieu you can have some goodies from Grillé, 15, rue d’Augustin (2éme). Tél.: 01 42 96 10 64 . Small garden by  87, rue Vieille-du-Temple and get your goodies here Causses, 222, rue Saint-Martin (3éme). Tél.: 01 42 71 33 33, webpage http://www.causses.org/

Take a baguette at Landemaine ,26, rue des Martyrs, and head for Rap 4, rue Flechier (9éme). Tél.: 01 42 80 09 91.http://www.rapparis.fr/  .Do try the Le Bagel Corner 40, bd Haussmann (9éme).http://bagelcorner.fr/

To have some bellota and pata negra hams of Spain go to Bellota Bellota, 11, rue Clément-Marot (8éme).  However, several stores in Paris see it http://www.bellota-bellota.com/nos-adresses.htm ; see something wonderful along the SEine, the jardin flottant de Niki-de-Saint-Phalle, (7éme); near the port du Gros-Caillou.after getting loaded at Papa Sapiens 32, rue de Bourgogne (7éme). Tél.: 01 44 05 97 54.http://www.papasapiens.fr/

The square Saint Gilles du Grand Veneur,  between boulevard Beaumarchais and the rue de Turenne,but first go up rue de Hesse or rue des Arquebusiers , and load up at the wonderful Maison Plisson 93, bd Beaumarchais (3éme) http://www.lamaisonplisson.com/ ; continue to Fontaine St-Sulpice (6éme) and facing the marché Saint Germain here is  Le Petit Capri Bazar 6, rue Mabillon (6éme),  and behind the rue de Charonne by no 159 you go to square Colbert , nearby load up on Caffe Da Rosa 15, rue Basfroi (11éme). Tél.: 01 77 37 99 98.http://www.darosa.fr/#!vierge/c5j9

And to finish what I could have call the foods of Paris ::) I leave you with one museum that needs to be known more, I do meetings next door and escape to its beauty many times. Musée des arts et métiers, 60 rue Reaumur, (3éme) open Tuesdays to Sundays 10h to 18h, and Thursdays to 21h30, considered one of the oldest industrial technical museums in the world;;; http://www.arts-et-metiers.net/musee/visitor-information

Cheers and enjoy the week, we are almost there ::)

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