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 Post subject: Re: Paris, FR (besoin d'un sous-forum de voyage)
PostPosted: Tue January 23, 2024 9:20 pm 
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we're staying in an airbnb - 3rd arrondissement. taking public transportation and walking.

Can't imagine going their with a little, but imagine a stroller and a shit ton of patience go a long way.

The Marais is great..thats where we were last month..a lot busier than it used to be..look out for the dumb bicyclists.

Yeah that’s a great walking area. We strolled over to some weird museum that had all sorts of stuffed beasts and old hunting guns. Thought the kid would enjoy the former, which she did.


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Why is half of RM going to Paris all of the sudden? The Olympics?

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spike wrote:
doug rr wrote:
dad wrote:
we're staying in an airbnb - 3rd arrondissement. taking public transportation and walking.

Can't imagine going their with a little, but imagine a stroller and a shit ton of patience go a long way.

The Marais is great..thats where we were last month..a lot busier than it used to be..look out for the dumb bicyclists.

Yeah that’s a great walking area. We strolled over to some weird museum that had all sorts of stuffed beasts and old hunting guns. Thought the kid would enjoy the former, which she did.

one day while there we were just walking around and noticed a shit ton of people and news people mulling around..it was the grand opening of the first Krispy Kreme in London :?


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doug rr wrote:
spike wrote:
doug rr wrote:
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we're staying in an airbnb - 3rd arrondissement. taking public transportation and walking.

Can't imagine going their with a little, but imagine a stroller and a shit ton of patience go a long way.

The Marais is great..thats where we were last month..a lot busier than it used to be..look out for the dumb bicyclists.

Yeah that’s a great walking area. We strolled over to some weird museum that had all sorts of stuffed beasts and old hunting guns. Thought the kid would enjoy the former, which she did.

one day while there we were just walking around and noticed a shit ton of people and news people mulling around..it was the grand opening of the first Krispy Kreme in London :?

In Paris? Weird.


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spike wrote:
doug rr wrote:
spike wrote:
doug rr wrote:
dad wrote:
we're staying in an airbnb - 3rd arrondissement. taking public transportation and walking.

Can't imagine going their with a little, but imagine a stroller and a shit ton of patience go a long way.

The Marais is great..thats where we were last month..a lot busier than it used to be..look out for the dumb bicyclists.

Yeah that’s a great walking area. We strolled over to some weird museum that had all sorts of stuffed beasts and old hunting guns. Thought the kid would enjoy the former, which she did.

one day while there we were just walking around and noticed a shit ton of people and news people mulling around..it was the grand opening of the first Krispy Kreme in London :?

In Paris? Weird.

yeah, Paris..sorry...also noticed a lot more American fast food places too..


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 Post subject: Re: Paris, FR (besoin d'un sous-forum de voyage)
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doug rr wrote:
spike wrote:
doug rr wrote:
spike wrote:
doug rr wrote:
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we're staying in an airbnb - 3rd arrondissement. taking public transportation and walking.

Can't imagine going their with a little, but imagine a stroller and a shit ton of patience go a long way.

The Marais is great..thats where we were last month..a lot busier than it used to be..look out for the dumb bicyclists.

Yeah that’s a great walking area. We strolled over to some weird museum that had all sorts of stuffed beasts and old hunting guns. Thought the kid would enjoy the former, which she did.

one day while there we were just walking around and noticed a shit ton of people and news people mulling around..it was the grand opening of the first Krispy Kreme in London :?

In Paris? Weird.

yeah, Paris..sorry...also noticed a lot more American fast food places too..

Was it in that Westfield Mall that’s mostly underground (connected to the Les Halles train station)? Saw signage for one opening there.


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spike wrote:
doug rr wrote:
spike wrote:
doug rr wrote:
spike wrote:
doug rr wrote:
dad wrote:
we're staying in an airbnb - 3rd arrondissement. taking public transportation and walking.

Can't imagine going their with a little, but imagine a stroller and a shit ton of patience go a long way.

The Marais is great..thats where we were last month..a lot busier than it used to be..look out for the dumb bicyclists.

Yeah that’s a great walking area. We strolled over to some weird museum that had all sorts of stuffed beasts and old hunting guns. Thought the kid would enjoy the former, which she did.

one day while there we were just walking around and noticed a shit ton of people and news people mulling around..it was the grand opening of the first Krispy Kreme in London :?

In Paris? Weird.

yeah, Paris..sorry...also noticed a lot more American fast food places too..

Was it in that Westfield Mall that’s mostly underground (connected to the Les Halles train station)? Saw signage for one opening there.

yep


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 Post subject: Re: Paris, FR (besoin d'un sous-forum de voyage)
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bodysnatcher wrote:
Why is half of RM going to Paris all of the sudden? The Olympics?

We’ll be there about a month beforehand

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 Post subject: Re: Paris, FR (besoin d'un sous-forum de voyage)
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doug rr wrote:
spike wrote:
doug rr wrote:
spike wrote:
doug rr wrote:
spike wrote:
doug rr wrote:
dad wrote:
we're staying in an airbnb - 3rd arrondissement. taking public transportation and walking.

Can't imagine going their with a little, but imagine a stroller and a shit ton of patience go a long way.

The Marais is great..thats where we were last month..a lot busier than it used to be..look out for the dumb bicyclists.

Yeah that’s a great walking area. We strolled over to some weird museum that had all sorts of stuffed beasts and old hunting guns. Thought the kid would enjoy the former, which she did.

one day while there we were just walking around and noticed a shit ton of people and news people mulling around..it was the grand opening of the first Krispy Kreme in London :?

In Paris? Weird.

yeah, Paris..sorry...also noticed a lot more American fast food places too..

Was it in that Westfield Mall that’s mostly underground (connected to the Les Halles train station)? Saw signage for one opening there.

yep

Haha we went there a bunch during our stay, was a five minute walk. The Monoprix came in handy for essentials, and I bought a set of hex wrenches across the street to tighten up the wobbly af kitchen table in our unit.

You were right next to the place that specializes in all things pork that I think I recommended a few pages back.


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 Post subject: Re: Paris, FR (besoin d'un sous-forum de voyage)
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doug rr wrote:
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Of course. Now share with me your hit list of restaurants.

off the top of my head..

Benoit--Alain Ducasse place
chez George..an old favorite..best sole
Le Chateaubriand..
Paul Bert
and a couple others I can't remember right now..mostly just be stopping whenever and eating after we hit those

a friend of ours recommended Paul Bert, and I thought I'd seen/heard it elsewhere 8-)

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dad wrote:
doug rr wrote:
spike wrote:
Of course. Now share with me your hit list of restaurants.

off the top of my head..

Benoit--Alain Ducasse place
chez George..an old favorite..best sole
Le Chateaubriand..
Paul Bert
and a couple others I can't remember right now..mostly just be stopping whenever and eating after we hit those

a friend of ours recommended Paul Bert, and I thought I'd seen/heard it elsewhere 8-)

old school Paris and has never disappointed..


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 Post subject: Re: Paris, FR (besoin d'un sous-forum de voyage)
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I have a timeshare in what looks to be the “Montreuil” neighborhood. A couple blocks north of what looks to be a huge park that contains the Paris Zoo.

Is this a good part of town?

The south edge of the park is on the Marne River right about where it joins the Seine.

If you look at a map of Paris there is a loop surrounding the city. This is outside the loop a little to the East.

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 Post subject: Re: Paris, FR (besoin d'un sous-forum de voyage)
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Bammer wrote:
I have a timeshare in what looks to be the “Montreuil” neighborhood. A couple blocks north of what looks to be a huge park that contains the Paris Zoo.

Is this a good part of town?

The south edge of the park is on the Marne River right about where it joins the Seine.

If you look at a map of Paris there is a loop surrounding the city. This is outside the loop a little to the East.

What little I’ve seen outside the loop and towards the edge of the loop (driving to/from CDG, trains to Versailles and Euro Disney) was not inspiring.


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Damn, lots of RMers doing Europe this year. Doug’s been. Was spike’s trip early this year or late last? Dad’s getting ready for his trip in a few weeks. You in May. bammer at some point. Anyone else going?

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I have a timeshare in what looks to be the “Montreuil” neighborhood. A couple blocks north of what looks to be a huge park that contains the Paris Zoo.

Is this a good part of town?

The south edge of the park is on the Marne River right about where it joins the Seine.

If you look at a map of Paris there is a loop surrounding the city. This is outside the loop a little to the East.


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I’ll be in a Paris in less than a week.

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Been in Paris for a few hours and already dying from embarrassment. We asked a waiter at a wine bar we stopped at for some recs, and according to our airbnb host, they’re not that great. Then we half-jokingly mentioned to our host that we would want French onion soup, she said, “nobody eats that.”

I can’t stop laughing.

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