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Love to wander about on Sunday. Have done this many times. Like wandering in and out of all the lovely stores and having lunch in the area. There is music on the street and the vibe of lots of people having a good time. Nothing...More
This street/ area as others have said is a great street for shopping , food , clothing ,lots of stuff. One building of interest to me was at number 39 .It is the newer Uniqlo building which has a long history, its worth the look...More
This narrow street crosses the Marais and provides rare cross-town traffic, including a bus line. On both sides are unique shops, some set back in courtyards. Lots of cafes, restaurants and historic buildings. The best of the Marais.
Love this street, great people watching, many shops. this is one of the main streets that leads into the marais from the west. Streets are closed to cars on sunday so that is the best day, even better when sunny.
Great street to walk on a Sunday as it has many open shops, lots of people walking about and sometimes some entertainment. Today there was a jazz band playing. The musicians were very good and it attracted a lot of people. The street also has...More
A friend and I headed over to Le Marais for an afternoon of shopping/browsing. They do have some wonderful boutiques on Rue des Francs Bourqeois to spend some money in. Our afternoon was cut short due to rain, but I would go back again.
We stayed in an apartment on this street in the Marais. It is a great location. We had a breakfast cafe on the corner, a brasserie for dinner, and shopping for in between! Also close to the bus and metro.
Walk along the streets, enjoy a day. Locals hang out here too. Combine it with Pompodiu, at the end of the street take a rest at Place des Vosges, the small park surrounded with nice historical looking buildings.
After Saint Germain des Pres, this is my 2nd favourite shopping district in Paris. I came across some nice boutiques and yes, I did do some shopping. Anyway I love the fact that this part of town was not consumed by so many tourists -...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 splendor. This neighborhood 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.
my guess would be 11-8. maybe 10-7 but the stores in Paris open pretty late in the morning and in the summer months when it's not dark until 10 they might be open till 8. i think the department store are. this is a well... More
my guess would be 11-8. maybe 10-7 but the stores in Paris open pretty late in the morning and in the summer months when it's not dark until 10 they might be open till 8. i think the department store are. this is a well travelled street all day.
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Travelnutty..............help,again (2 Replies)
Travelnutty you helped me a short while ago when I was querying the size of beds in an apartment. We were unable to book the apartment anyway but were offered another which we were happy with apart from it only having one bathroom for six of us. Now the owner has come back today with a brand new apartment he's just taken over with two bathrooms. My query is, will we regret moving from Rue Etienne Marcel to Rue Des Francs Bourgeois? I've looked them up on a Paris map and they don't seem far...More
March 07, 2006|
Thanks travelnutty, on the ball as ever. I've done six print outs of your **Paris Research Tips** and we're all "homeworking" like mad.
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Le Dôme du Marais, rue des Francs Bourgeois (7 Replies)
I have been reccomended this restaurant for my parents 40th wedding anniversary. I understand it is a fish restaurant but please excuse this question but one of our party is not a fish lover, if we were to go here do they serve other things like steak for instance. :o) Could any one give me an indication of a typical menu. Many thanks
August 27, 2007|
Hello! Unless they've very recently changed their menu, the Dome du Marais is in no way a fish restaurant. Maybe you're mixing it up with the Dome Montparnasse which is a huge brasserie and an insitution for seafood but in a different area altogether?
Please help solve my mystery (27 Replies)
My wife and I were shopping in the Marais on Monday and she found a ring at a jewelry store that she fell in love with but they did not have her size. I can not remember the name of the store other than and Believe that it was a man’s name. I have been walking the streets of Google maps trying to find it but it appears all of the images are from 2008. Here are the clues that I can give you based on the photos that we took on the walk. I believe the store is relatively close to the...More
February 10, 2012|
Response fromGayle T|
I can't help you, but I hope your wife appreciates the lengths you go to make her happy. It's early on but you're in the running for Husband of the Year :):)