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The first thing that caught our eye with this particular passage, was the sculptures at the entrance, very inviting, once inside, the passage was just filled with light from the glass panels enclosing it, the light wood panels on the shop facades added to the beauty. Definitely a must to be added to the passages visited.
Built is 1798, this is one of the oldest covered passages in Paris, the nice facade has three statues depicting goddess Hathor. The interior has quite a simple design, lots of glass, to let light through. Nowadays it is used commercial for textile/garment wholesalers. Worth a quick look, being the longest and narrowest in Paris.
While walking through the 2nd arrondissement in an unfamiliar area, a friend and I came across this Neoclassical church. It displays a pediment and columns at the entrance. At the rear, the bell tower is the only element left from the 1626 structure that the current 1830 church replaces. Though the exterior looks like it could use some restoration work,...
"FOODI JBB Paris 2ème worth to taste/return for new plates"
reviewed February 1, 2020 by PearlJWO
At the FOODI JBB - 2 rue du Nil Paris 2ème, we can taste all kinds of Asian food and the Cheffe Virginia updates often so that every return=happy discovery!
On the vivid request of my former colleagues from the French Riviera, we went back on the Jan. 25th, 2020: new menus to taste and the all specialties remain delicious....
This little hole in the wall wine bar is great. A solid selection of wines surpassed only by the food choices. The waiters were very nice and helpful. The only complaint was there could have been more info on the wines on the menu.
I stayed in an Airbnb about a block away and ate breakfast here every day for 2 weeks.
All the pastries, bread, quiche, sandwiches, etc. are baked on site and super fresh.
The pastries are beautiful to look at and delicious to eat.
The staff is super nice and helpful.
I highly recommend BO&MIE for breakfast, lunch, or casual dinner....
Though I was not able to stay at this hotel due to travel restrictions from COVID-19, how they handled my need for cancellation needs to be commended. I emailed them indicating I needed to cancel and even though my reservation was non-refundable, they still processed my cancellation within a few days. They could have been sticklers about the policy, but...
My husband and I are in our 70’s and stayed at this hotel on the recommendation of a French family friend. We loved this place. The rooms are all differently decorated, they are small by American standards but we were okay with that. The location is quiet and central to shopping, restaurants, etc
The staff is wonderful. We loved the...
The staff is very friendly and helpful but the room was not very clean.
Optional breakfast fresh and has a decent price. Modern rooms.
Easy to access some Paris objectives by foot.
Next to metro station.
Our main criteria for Hotel selection was location and Hotel Les Theatres is perfectly located. Right off the metro stop of the 4, 8 and 9 lines, so only a few stops away from Paris’ main sights. On top of that, the Hotel is within a short walking distance from several of the neighbourhoods we wanted to explore: Little Egypt,...
My Mom and I checked in at this hotel on the 30th December 2019 and were welcomed by such a wonderful night hotel manager. Unfortunately I didn't get his name but we had such a lovely chat and he had such a great sense of humour.
I had confirmed that I had booked a room with the shared bathroom facility,...