HOTEL DE BORDEAUX

100 rue du Faubourg St-Denis, 10 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France

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    lovely little gem hotel

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    Hôtel De Bordeaux
    100 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010 Paris, France
    +33 1 46 27 19 23 ‎
    a lovely small hotel in the middle of Paris with very friendly staff and owner breakfast good room was clean an had shower and toilet. it gave us a real feel of Paris its in walking distance of all the tourist sites and next to 2 main train and metro stations lovely restaurants and bars all around. the hotel really added to an overall nice experiences in Paris.
    we even got a very nice bottle of wine from the owner the next time i stay in Paris i will defiantly stay here again.

    Unique Quality: Quaint little hotel all personnel spoke perfect English and was very helpful in finding our way around pairs. we felt it really added to our overal wonderful stay in Paris.

    Directions: 10 Arr., Paris next to Gare du Nord and Gare L'est

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"Happy anniversary" in Paris newspaper? possible?

by deho

Hi

I'm going to Paris with my sister and my parents for their 25th wedding anniversary (called "silver-wedding" in Denmark).

I was thinking about the idea of placing an anniversary ad in a Paris newspaper, and then we could buy the paper in Paris on that day (6th april 2010) when we're there and they will be oh so surprised etc.

I thought it would be fun, but I don't speak french, and I'm not sure whether this is possible? Or what it would cost and so on..?

Can any Paris-people help me? :)

Re: "Happy anniversary" in Paris newspaper? possible?

by deho

always nice with useful replies :)

Re: "Happy anniversary" in Paris newspaper? possible?

by titabell

hi, welcome to VT. Your idea about the Wedding Anniversary Ad in Paris newspaper is Brilliant! I hope our Paris Vters can help you. Otherwise, perhaps you can write directly to the newspaper companies such as Le Figaro and Le Monde etc. Try to write in English first, the way you wrote it here in your posting. If you get replies, fine. If not, you can always ask our fellow VTers for French translations.

Here's a link to some of the newspapers in Paris.

http://www.allyoucanread.com/paris-newspaper-france/

I hope this helps.

Re: "Happy anniversary" in Paris newspaper? possible?

by JLBG

An alternate idea would be to have printed a fake magazine (the cover) with the title you want, the photos you have chosen, etc. They have 32 different names of French magazines available and one cover is 4.45 euros. Their site is only in French but I feel you can guess: you chose which magazines and fill the boxes for your text
http://www.fauxmagazines.com/
They seem to be the French branch of http://www.FakeMagazines.com

Re: "Happy anniversary" in Paris newspaper? possible?

by sirgaw

Hey JLBG what a brilliant idea!!!!!! Would be a cheaper option than an advert in a newspaper. The cover printed out and given to them while there would be a great present.

Re: "Happy anniversary" in Paris newspaper? possible?

by titabell

JLBG, thanks for the wonderful idea!

Re: "Happy anniversary" in Paris newspaper? possible?

by unaS

What a lovely idea! I am sure that you will be able to do it one way or another. Such a special present.

Re: "Happy anniversary" in Paris newspaper? possible?

by deho

I've contacted some french newspapers (Le Monde and Le Figaro) and the "mayor of Paris" office... hope go get some reply in time.

Is there any Paris VT'ers who can help me place the ad, if everything else fail?

Re: "Happy anniversary" in Paris newspaper? possible?

by JLBG

For Le Monde, the right address for "le carnet du Monde" is carnet@mondepub.fr. They have several sections : birth, anniversary of birth, marriages, etc and the cost is 18 euros per line. There is no reason why they would not answer you, even if you write in English but it will be a bit expensive.

Re: "Happy anniversary" in Paris newspaper? possible?

by JLBG

In Libération, the address is carnet-libe@amaurymedias.fr

For le Figaro : carnetdujour@figaromedias.fr and it is 23 or 26 euros per line, depending of the day.

Re: "Happy anniversary" in Paris newspaper? possible?

by kokoryko

Fake magazines are fun and nice, but a real newspaper can be even more. . . . Especially if it is “Le Monde”, the “reference newspaper” in France, read by intelligentsia and executives. . . (and also “normal” people”). “Le Monde” features a famous “carnet” where, besides the usual obituary, are also announcements for anniversaries, weddings, conferences, and other events;
Jean Louis (JLBG) already gave you the good links.

If “Le Monde” does not accept your add, I’m almost sure the Parisian newspaper “Le Parisien” will certainly do; check the blue tab on this page:
http://petites-annonces.leparisien.fr/carnet/contacts

If you are ready to pay 156 Euros for 10 lines. . . . .

In case “Le Parisien” wants a French text, It will be my pleasure to translate you text into French (by VTmail).

Travel Tips for Paris

Planning a trip to Paris

by teresopinha

I have been in Paris in October, and i must say that I loved it.
It may sound like a cliché, but there was one thing that surprised me a lot....
Tour Eiffel! It is really big!!! Don't miss it... the view from up there is breathtaking... My fondest memory about Paris are the buildings, and it's architecture.
The city breeds art and culture in every corner.

One thing really amazing that happened to me was, that I visited the Louvre Museum for free!!! It was fantastic!

Walking..

by themagiclake

....hours around Les Invalides, looking for our "targets", km and km...we were tired, but happiness was bigger..
Lovely days made by metro, walks, burocracy, chocolate vienoise and chinese food, la bella vita, il grande amore...

La Grande Roue

by kris-t

This big wheel was built for the millennium celebrations in 1999 and was suppose to stay at the Place de la Concorde for only a year which turned into two.
That cause for much controversy when the wheel's owner refused a judge's order to have the wheel taken down. When the wheel was finally dismantled it was re-erected in Birmingham, England. Than in Manchester, in Amsterdam, and Bangkok.

Now the 60 metres (about 197 ft.) Grande Roue is back again - situated in the Jardin de Tuileries.

Street music near Notre Dame

by kris-t

The young lady with some kind of a drum near Notre Dame collected a croud with her unusial perfomance. (see pic.)

This is no surprise that the music festival "World Music Day" taking place in Paris . On June 21 every year since 1982 amateur and professional musicians are encouraged to perform in the Paris streets and many free concerts are organized.

Boules in the parc

by davequ

This is a current pic of Square Gaston Baty - what was once described as Henry Miller's "little triangle of the Square du Maine"
across the street from one of my hotels in Montparnasse (du Parc) after they cleaned it up and put in a petanque / boules court.

Being a cross between a naive-romantic american tourist and a curmudgeon, I miss the way it was in Oct. 2001:
overgrown, lush, and deserted save for me and the leftovers from a homeless person who spent the previous night on a bench with some bread and a cheap bottle of rouge.

What does remain is a sculpture of Chaim Soutine by his buddy and fellow artist Arbit Blatas, not shown in the pic. Bring your own boules. Square Gaston Baty is one of the many small Espaces Verts in Paris that make it such a great city.

I just wish they would have left this one alone.

Back in '01 when it was an overgrown mess,
I swear you could sit down on one of the inner benches after midnight, and
(if you were sloshed enough), Henry's ghost might park right next to you.

"The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. "

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