Best Western Anjou Lafayette Opera

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4 Rue Riboutte, 9th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
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Indian Restaurants in Paris

by Purush

Can you pl. advise me reasonable Indian Restaurants in and around Eiffel Tower area and also Port de Charenton area (Between Port de Charenton and Liberte).

Many thanks for any advice.

Re: Indian Restaurants in Paris

by Donna_in_India

We went to Brady Passage (an actual passage between 2 streets) which is lined with several Indian and Pakistani restaurants. I do not know if it's near the areas you want though. Hopefully someone else can tell you.

Re: Indian Restaurants in Paris

by pfsmalo

The better (for me) Indian restos are in and around Passage Brady in the 10th district, but that is nowhere near your two criteria, so you're better off following Pedro's advice for the 2 he has given you.

Re: Indian Restaurants in Paris

by pfsmalo

Haha Donna, we were both typing at the same time with the same idea.

Re: Indian Restaurants in Paris

by pfsmalo

Hi Pedro, see you managed to get out of London safely :o))

The thing with passage Brady is that you have a choice of restos there, and can go from one to another if it is too crowded.

Re: Indian Restaurants in Paris

by Donna_in_India

We tried to find it the day before we actually did and managed to get severly lost so I really had no idea where it was! I did like that there were so many restaurants though. We always seek out Indian areas wherever we go.

Re: Indian Restaurants in Paris

by tapuya

Dear All

Thanks a Lot for all ur advices, particularly Pedro.

Travel Tips for Paris

Books, books and more books :-)

by miso80

One place I love to go to when I visit any the local bookshop :-) In this case, Shakespeare & Co. Bookshop in Paris! It is the first all-English bookstore to open there...and it is worth a visit.

When you're visiting the Quartier Latin, you will find this bookshop on the left bank opposite the Notre-Dame.

Opening hours: noon-midnight

Notre Dame

by pili

Situated in the Ilé de la Cité, it started to be built in 1163 and it was finally finished in 1345. Together with the Saint Chapelle, they are the most important gothic buildings in the city.-

Ubicada en la Île de la Cité, se comenzó a construir en 1163 y se terminó en 1345. Junto a la Saint Chapelle son las construcciones góticas más importantes de París.- The most outstanding things to see: The West Front, the West Rose window and the flying buttress. If you want to admire its magnificence, you can cross the Seine to the other bank. It´s a beautiful view and one of the most famous pictures of París.- (See my travelogue)

Merecen destacarse el frente y los pórticos del oeste, los rosetones y los arbotantes. Para disfrutar mejor de su magnificencia, vale la pena cruzarse a la otra orilla y quedarse un rato admirándola. (ver mi travelogue).-

Arc de Triomphe

by eho

Climb up the stairs of Arc de Triomphe and look down Champs Elysees.
I went up around 8pm and was planning to stay there to take some night shots. But the sun did not set until after 10pm in May, and the city did not light up until after that (this was in May)! So plan your time carefully.

You can get a good view of most part of the city up there. Compare that to the views from the Eiffel Tower, Samaritan, and Sacre Couer in my other photos. A unique view from Arc de Triomphe is the traffic circle down below. It certainly is a big traffic circle!

There is one thing about...

by BillieJean

There is one thing about etiquette in Paris that I must share with you. Now, this aspect of Parisian life is very endearing and charming. However, if you don't comply with this, people will snub you, and you won't get any service. It's this: whenever you greet somebody, they ALWAYS say 'bonjour' or 'bon soir' or whatever is appropriate for whatever time it is. If you don't respond to this with your own 'bonjour' they will think you are the RUDEST person ever and hate Americans forever. Don't be mean! I mean it's really SO cute the way they do that, and it was such a pleasant surprise to me because in L.A. nobody talks to each other at all, let alone politely. So yes, just smile and greet the Parisian, and you will be friends. :)

A good pair of walking shoes

by suzee

If you're going for a weekend you really don't need to pack much at all. I went to Paris for the weekend three days ago and it was great only having hand luggage, when you get off the plane it's nice not having to wait for baggage and its alot easier if you have to leave your hotel early and want to visit places at the other end of paris before your flight leaves. If there's only one thing you bring make it walking shoes or a comfy pair of trainers, your feet will swell up and heels are useless, especially on the cobbled streets. At night most places are fine about people wearing trainers, as long as you have enough money to pay for a meal they don't care what shoes you wear. The same goes for bars and clubs, as long as you have money to spend, anything goes. As for clothing at night, dress up if you want, or dress down, I used to get away with going into posh clubs with trainers on simply because I was wearing a nice suede coat, much easier if you cant be bothered to get dressed up. plasters for blisters are good, but anything else you can buy in the french pharmacies which are astounding compared to ones in Britain. My best find was Dr Riggolo's Mustard Poltice - wonderful for when you have chesty coughs and need to bring some flegm up, mmmm, also they have many types of bite cream and iboprufen gel, much more than we have in Britain


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Address: 4 Rue Riboutte, 9th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France