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If you're planning a citytrip to Paris, here's the place to start
Paris is a glittering world city with an unparalleled number of historic buildings and important museums. Two of Paris's best known sights are an absolute must: both the Louvre and the Centre Pompidou have collections of outstanding quality.
The Jardin du Luxembourg, or the Luxembourg Gardens, is the second largest public park in Paris, and one of top must visit attractions in Paris. The park is the garden of the French Senate, which is itself housed in the Luxembourg Palace. In 1611, Marie de Medicis, the widow of Henry IV and the regent for the King Louis XIII decided to build a palace in imitation of the Pitti Palace in her native Florence. Read more
Located in the capitalâ€™s fashionable 15th district, Hotel Carladez Cambronne Paris lies within easy walking distance of the Eiffel Tower, at the head of the Parc du Champs de Mars, and Porte de Versailles. The renowned Montparnasse area is a short walk to the north-east, overflowing with points of cultural interest combined with plentiful shopping opportunities, and countless bars and restaurants in which to relax and while away the Parisian hours. Nearby Volontaires and Vaugirard metro stations provide public transport access across the city. A completely renovated and redecorated modern hotel, Carladez Cambronne Hotel offers a rare combination of Parisian charm and serious value for money. Warm tones accentuate the hotelâ€™s tranquil ambience, with a dedicated multilingual staff on hand to ensure the comfort and convenience of all guests. Guarded car parking is available near the hotel for guests that require this extra peace of mind. Hotel Carladez Cambronne Paris has a generous selection of rooms, all decorated in luxurious style and spotlessly clean. Each room has en-suite bathroom facilities with a bathtub or shower and toilet, and a range of in-room amenities are provided, including a telephone with modem, television with satellite channels and Canal +, minibar, hairdryer, individual safes and wireless Internet access.
The Quartier Latin hotel is a totally air-conditioned property decorated so as to recreate the old Parisan literary life. In this typically Parisian building, you are in the heart of Paris' Latin Quarter, very close to Saint-Germain, between the Pantheon and the Seine River's banks. This hotel offers nice rooms, as well as numerous amenities like a 24-hour reception with reservation service, a large bilingual library and Internet access (Wi-Fi or Internet point). Pets are welcome in the property.
Just a short walk from the Champ de Mars, this traditional Corsican restaurant has begun to make a name for itself. The atmosphere is sophisticate and cultural with large bookshelves full of books. The menu has many unusual Corsican dishes cooked in the traditional way. The produce comes direct from Corsica, cooked meats, cheese, fish, vegetables and the wine.
Liza is a fantastic contempory Lebanese restaurant in the stock exchange area of Paris. Decorated in a modern and elegant eastern style, the restaurant is light and airy with neatly laid tables and a laid back atmosphere. The cooking is a mixture of traditional Lebanese and audacious and inventive dishes cooked up according to the mood of the chef and what's available at market. Try monkfish roasted with aubergines as well as an incredible assortment of Lebanese pastries that is constantly updated with the seasons.
In this pleasant and authentic restaurant, you will find a rare speciality of Japanese cuisine prepared in the most traditional style - Unagi (grilled eel). Carefully handed down from one generation to another, this eel recipe is the basis of very intriguing and delicious tasteful variations. After the expert preparation, the eel is server tender, grilled and almost caramelised. Before tasting it, it is suggested that one sprinkles the dish with a special spice called sanshÃ´, which is very aromatic and resembles lemon grass. The chef who has created these dishes was trained in Japan by the founder of Nodaiwa, whose trio of restaurants in Tokyo have been considered as the greatest stars of Japanese cuisine for five generations since the Edo period.