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16, avenue Dumont, Aulnay-sous-Bois, Ile-de-France, 93600, France
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longshot - do you know the name of this restaurant?

by S2000Lee

Anyone know the name of this restaurant, fairly near Notre Dame?

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Re: longshot - do you know the name of this restaurant?

by pg12359

Can't view the photo. Does this "C" drive allow public access?

Re: longshot - do you know the name of this restaurant?

by S2000Lee

ok - not sure why this is not working - i thought it seemed too easy!

Re: longshot - do you know the name of this restaurant?

by pg12359

The "C" drive on your computer is where the photo is located. Only you can access your computer. Try to upload the photo to a URL or you can put it on your Home Page.

Re: longshot - do you know the name of this restaurant?

by S2000Lee

its my member photo for now!

Re: longshot - do you know the name of this restaurant?

by pfsmalo

Hi Lee,

That looks to me like "Au Vieux Paris d'Arcole" at no. 22/24 rue Chanoinesse, just 200 metres from Notre Dame. Also just along the street from the Police motorcyclist's garage. Take a look at my pic at :

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/p/m/43c40f/

Re: longshot - do you know the name of this restaurant?

by S2000Lee

wow - thank you so much, thats the one!

Re: longshot - do you know the name of this restaurant?

by riorich55

Yes, Au Vieux Paris, my wife and I at there last year on our first night in Paris. There is a review on my Paris pages if you are interested which also has a link to a video done by a Paris TV station several years ago.

Re: longshot - do you know the name of this restaurant?

by ForestqueenNYC

I third that. Au Vieux Paris d'Aurole. It is one of my restaurant tips. http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/8fbf5/18308/2/

Re: longshot - do you know the name of this restaurant?

by riorich55

Francesca, Thanks for signing onto this post. Do you remember the name of the waiter that you have in your picture by the front door? I think it is the same one we had when we were there for dinner last year. Too bad your lunch wasn't the best. My wife and I both enjoyed our dinner, but then it was also our very first night in Paris.

Re: longshot - do you know the name of this restaurant?

by ForestqueenNYC

Sorry, Rich, I don't know if I ever knew his name. It is possible that dinner is better than the prix fixe lunch. I might try it again because it truly is a beautiful, charming restaurant.

Travel Tips for Paris

Lucky Peter has friends in...

by OldHand25

Lucky Peter has friends in Paris.My favourite spot is behind the Notre Dame.Keep walking until you reach the end. Usually very quiet and good views you will not see so well up at street level. Chartes Cathedral is well worth the trip,especially for those into stained glass windows. The Blue glass is supposed to be unique and the Rose Window is suburb. The trip by coach make it well worth the money and effort. The Forum has a few hidden delights and the Samaraitaine? store has good food. My First visit has the fondest memories, simple because I was in Paris!But since I now have friends there, seeing their son for the first time and giving him a present IS THE BEST thing for me.

The Louvre Museum

by matcrazy1

Established in 1793 by the French Republic, the Louvre Museum is one of the earliest European museums.
Divided into 7 departments, the Louvre collections incorporate works dating from the birth of the great antique civilisations right up to the first half of the XIXth century, thereby confirming its encyclopedic vocation.
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Highlights:
1. Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci, known as Leonardo da Vinci 1452-1519; "The Mona Lisa" (1479 - d. before 1550) also known as La Gioconda 1503-1506;
2. "Victory of Samothrace"; Samothrace (island in the North Aegean Sea); circa 190 BC; Grey Lartos marble for the ship, Paros marble for the statue;
3. "Venus de Milo" Melos (the Cyclades islands); circa 100 BC.
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A view of Le Centre Georges Pompidou

by exotique18

A view of Le Centre Georges Pompidou.It is constructed in 1977 in Beaubourg quartier. Here, you can go to museum, they have a big collection of modern art, few paintings of Picasso,If you are interseted in modern art, i recommend on it.
Le Centre Georges Pompidou is only 5 minutes away from Chatelet metro station. DO YOU KNOW IT??
At Centre Georges Pompidou, each pipe has different functions.
Blue pipes are for air conditionning
Red pipes are for circulation
Green pipes are for liquids/ fluids
and the yellow ones are for electricity!!!

If you are a lone female in...

by Sile

If you are a lone female in Paris it can be quite unsafe at times. If you are walking a deserted street and see one man approaching my advice is to always cross to the other side of the street rather than witness what he is about to offer you. The Parisiens are also notorious snobs - in particular those with low paid jobs such as museum cloak room attendents and metro ticket sellers. Ignore their rudeness and, if you are fluent in French, answer them back in a way that will wipe the smug smile off their faces. Tap water in restaurants should be served free of charge if requested. If snooty waiters tell you the tap water in Paris is unsafe to drink and insist you drink bottled water, leave the place. They are trying to rip you off. Beware some of the toilets in small cafes and nightclubs may be Turkish style i.e. holes in the ground.

musse grevin

by bag-bug

you are going to get a shock of your life when you enter in this museum, mind well all are not wax statues, there is a man posing like wax, when you click him he says 'Bonjour or hello', and you miss your heartbit for a second.
..........................................................nice experience

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