“Art” hotels abound these days, with rooms decorated by artists, rooms named after artists, etc., but the new Drawing Hotel in Paris’s first arrondissement takes the idea a step further. Drawing – long neglected as the poor cousin of painting, … Read More
You’re on your way home from work and realize that the larder is empty. You could go to a supermarket for boring dinner ingredients, but if you’re lucky it’s Tuesday and you happen to be passing by the Marché de … Read More
Rockridge (10, rue des Bernardins, 75005 Paris; tel.: 09 53 73 51 56), located on a quiet Left Bank street near the Seine, has one of the best selections of clever, relatively inexpensive gifts for women and children that I’ve … Read More
Forget about that rancid, musty smell of used clothing. Forget about bins and creaking racks of clothes about to collapse from the weight of so many once-loved, now-rejected garments. When you walk into Le Marché Noir (18 rue Perrée, 75003 … Read More
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