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So had a wander round the Jewish Quarter close to the square, getting some lunch along the way. Into this beautiful but simple set of gardens I found a space on the grass and settled down to snooze and people watch in no particular order....More
After checking the map of the city, we thought we'd Uber to Place des Vosges as a starting point for our wandering through the Marais. What a splendid idea! Problem was, we became a bit side-tracked as the garden/area, itself, is quite lovely and is...More
If you have never heard of this little gem, it’s easy to pass by without noticing, but it’s well worth the detour. On two sides, under arches, there are truly beautiful galleries selling modern artefacts- sculptures, paintings and so on. You may well not be...More
The Place des Vosges has a tremendous historical value and is a great example of royal architectural aspirations BUT it is now overrun with homeless people especially near the southeast corner near the home of Victor Hugo.
Tents, shopping carts, strange people sleeping day and...More
walk down R de Rivoli towards the Bastille. on your left a bit hidden will be Place des Vosges. A favorite spot for an impromptu picnic, the old apartment of Victor Hugo (seem it's never open) and charming old architecture.
it's also a favorite of...More
This is a quaint little garden in the heart of Paris.
It's beautiful and I found it to be a rather private sort of place, with the canopy of trees above giving it a very secret sort of feel.
This is one of those places...More
A magnificent retreat at any time of the year.
Just to sit amongst the trees and rest, taking in the surrounding sights or take a slow meandering walk beneath the archways that surround the Place Des Vosges is a delight. Breath in the atmosphere as...More
Paris in November. I walked through this park on two occasions as I wandered around Le Marais. It is lovely even in the cold of November. It is charming and a great place to sit and watch the world go by or walk around and...More
The Marais is a winding maze of multi-faceted streets that beg to be explored. It bursts with small boutiques, historic buildings, cozy traditional restaurants, and hidden parks. Around each corner, you'll come across little gems of architecture spanning the centuries, from understated medieval towers to classical libraries and 17th century splendour. This neighbourhood unites a rich mix of
people of all ages, but it's best known for the gay scene mostly in the south and the Jewish community around Rue des Rosiers.
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When in France you generally have the marriage ceremony at the local Mairie (town hall) then go to a park for pictures. I am sure it can be done, if you find the right person or priest. But it will take a lot of... More
When in France you generally have the marriage ceremony at the local Mairie (town hall) then go to a park for pictures. I am sure it can be done, if you find the right person or priest. But it will take a lot of investigating, and good spoken french. If you are not a EU citizen, I am not sure you could be married even in the mairie.