Come close to the majestuous columns of 1900 Grand Palais in between Champs Elysees and the Seine River. They host the monumental terrace of Minipalais, a beautiful and affordable Paris restaurant, managed by Eric Frechon, a 3 star french cook.
This restaurant terrace is our favorite in Paris. It is so spacious and quiet for Paris that is has no equivalent.
The dining room is also spectacular. Add to it the 29 euro two course set menu, the quality of the food and service. Minipalais is one of our favorite restaurants in Paris. Web site. Locate Minipalais on Paris map. More great restaurants in Paris.
Located at the base of the stairs to the Sacre Coeur in Montmartre, the Marche Saint-Pierre is Paris’ textile market and the largest collection of stores in the Paris region dedicated to fabrics of all kinds.
Spread out over several streets, department stores like Dreyfus, Reine, and Moline delight couturiers the world over. Locate Marche Saint-Pierre on Paris map.
easyBus from easyJet are starting a new bus service in May 2015 from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Paris centre.
Seats are from 2 euros when booked online at easyBus
Good news all round, me thinks!
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The Paris International Agricultural Show is a very popular event, attracting more than 700 000 visitors from Paris, France and other countries. This year, the show will be held from Saturday 21 February to Sunday 1 March 2015 at Paris Porte de Versailles Exhibition Center. The show will be open every day from 9 am to 7 pm (8pm, Wednesdays and Thursdays). Skip the busy week-ends. Ticket price : 13 euros.
Animals lovers will be happy. This year, they will find out even more animals. Sheeps, goats, pigs, cows and bulls will all be in Pavillion 1. Horses, donkeys, and ponies will be in Pavillion 7. You will find cats and dogs in Pavillion 5 and the poultry will be in Pavillion 4. It is also possible to taste many french culinary products at the show. Be part of an established french tradition since 1963.