A DÓNDE IR A DÓNDE IR
Desde el hotel, podrá disfrutar de París: Compras (10 minutos a pie), la Place de la Republique (250 metros), de la Bastilla (14 minutos a pie), George Pompidou, Beaubourg (15 minutos a pie), Place des Vosges, en Le Marais (25 min a pie), incluso Disneyland París está a la puerta con el RER. Área de la obra (25 minutos a pie). Le Marais … Un...

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From China to Decorative Arts exhibition From China to Decorative Arts exhibition
From February 13th to June 29th 2014, the exhibition “From China to Decorative Arts” will, for the first time, reveal the wealth and incredible diversity of Chinese art objects in the collection of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris. This collection is the result of acquisitions made in the early years of the institution, with the addition of donations from generous collectors. The objects in...

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Tori Amos live at the Grand Rex Tori Amos live at the Grand Rex
Tori Amos is an American singer, songwriter and pianist who started a successful career in the 1980’s.  Some of her most famous singles include “Crucify”, “Silent All These Years”,  “Caught a Lite Sneeze”, “Cornflake Girl”, “Spark”, “Professional Widow”, “1000 Oceans”, and “A Sorta Fairytale”. She will be releasing a new album called Unrepentant Geraldines, which she will present at a concert at the Grand Rex on May 17th...

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Gustave Doré exhibition at the Musée d’Orsay Gustave Doré exhibition at the Musée d’Orsay
Gustave Doré is undoubtedly one of the most prodigious artists of the 19th century. At barely fifteen years of age he began a career as a caricaturist and then professional illustrator – which brought him international fame – before embracing all areas of creativity: drawing, painting, watercolour, engraving and sculpture. From February 18th to May 11th 2014, the Musée d’Orsay will be devoting an exhibition to this amazing artist,...

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Hotel Aida Marais Hotel Aida Marais
You are considering spending the holidays in Paris and you haven’t found a hotel yet? Hotel Aida Marais might offer exactly what you need: ideally located near the bustling République neighborhood and the main Paris train stations, it offers comfortable rooms with very affordable rates starting at 79 euros! For your comfort, every room is equipped with high quality beddings, a flat-screen TV, free unlimited...

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Shake N’Smash bar Shake N’Smash bar
Paris has recently witnessed the opening of a new bar: the “Shake n’Smash“, where you’ll be able to enjoy a cocktail while listening to some great music. Located at a 10-minute walk from Hotel Aida Marais, this new trendy place will seduce you if you enjoy the Parisian night life. Owned by Jerome Susini, the Shake n’Smash offers 15 original mixed drinks inspired by some of...

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The tasty Gourmet Chocolate Museum The tasty Gourmet Chocolate Museum
Who doesn’t love chocolate? If you definitely do, here is your chance to taste some of the best chocolate, and learn more about this delicious treat. The Gourmet Chocolate Museum invites you to discover the secret of chocolate and its 4.000 years of history, from the Olmecs to our present day civilization. The museum is divided into three levels, with a total surface area of 850 m²,...

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Visit the Paris City Hall Visit the Paris City Hall
  The Paris City Hall (Hôtel de Ville) is the largest in Europe, and has been at the heart of political and social life in Paris since 1500. It was first built between 1523 and 1628, then destroyed by fire in May 1871 during the La Commune uprising, and then rebuilt again between 1874 and 1882. This gorgeous building hides even more beautiful rooms that...

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Le Café des Chats Le Café des Chats
Wouldn’t you love to pet a kitty while sipping your morning coffee in a cozy Paris neighborhood? Le Café des Chats is offering just that: this peculiar café will open on September 21st in the 3rd Paris district, and will be the new home of several cats that were adopted or rescued by the owners. This original idea came from Japan and is sure to...

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Bar Ourcq Bar Ourcq
Summer is the ideal time to enjoy drinks on the terrace of a bar. The Canal de l’Ourcq is a beautiful place to take a walk, and the Bar Ourcq is a very popular bar for locals and tourists alike. You can enjoy a beer for 2,50 euros only, with tasty tapas from 1,50 euros. The bar also offers a selection of books, board games...

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The Mechanics of Undergarments, an indiscreet history of the silhouette, exhibition The Mechanics of Undergarments, an indiscreet history of the silhouette, exhibition
From July 4th, 2013, The Museum of Decorative Arts invites you to discover the exhibition “The Mechanics of Undergarments, an indiscreet history of the silhouette”,  about corsetry and the architecture of clothing. The exhibition aims to explore the world of undergarments, both male and female. It shows how fashion has always involved remodeling of the silhouette. Those garments aimed to fulfill the requirements and achieve...

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