Are you looking for a good place to start your day? The Café Dalayrac, which is 1 minute away from the Hotel Louvre Marsollier (Click here to get directions), is an excellent choice that we highly recommend ! Eather you want to have a brunch (a full brunch for 19€ and available the hole week), breakfast (starts from 6,80€) or dinner, this warm safe place offers a rich menu and a wide selection of french homemade dishes (even the fries are home !) of good value, plus the staff are so friendly, nice, welcoming and very attentive.
The performer is a famous French jazz violinist born February 11, 1956 in Calais -northern France. Lockwood, who began studying violin when he was only six, had a diverse career and many styles including Fusion, Piano Jazz and Guitar Jazz. In the 1970′s he also played in the French progressive rock band “Magma” (founded in 1969 by the drummer Christian Vander in Paris). Lockwood‘s first album “New World” was released in 1979, then followed by “Surya” in 1980 and “Fusion” in 1981 (Didier Lockwood‘s offical website : didierlockwood.fr)
Here is the Official teaser of the show :
If there’s an event not to be missed, every year, it is the Valentine’s Day: sacred day of love for two soulmates, eager to declare their love or revive their flame.
In a world marked by violence and disunity, we all dream of love as a place of reconciliation and hope.
In Paris, there’s this magical place called “Le Mur des Je t’aime”.
After all, lovers have their joyous day of celebration, so why not a meeting point?
Paris is known as the kingdom of romance and love, you couldn’t dream of a better place to fully enjoy your 2015 Valentine’s Day and please your loved one with a very special gift.
If you’re staying at the Hotel Louvre Marsollier , you are 30 minutes away from Jehan Rictus Square (click for map).
“Le Mur des Je t’aime” is located in Paris, in the “Butte Montmartre“, place des Abbesses, in Jehan Rictus Square, 18th Arrondissement.
Metro : Abbesses.
In Paris, closing times of squares, parks and gardens vary with the seasons.
Monday to Friday: 8am
Saturday, Sunday, Bank holiday: 9am
Closing Hours :
1st January to 31st January: 5.30pm
1st February to 1stMarch: 6pm
March 2nd to 15th April: 7pm
16th April to 15th May: 9pm
16th May to 31st August: 9.30pm
1st September to 30th September: 8pm
Pierre Hermé is a worldwide famous pastry chef. He truly embodies the tradition of Alsatian bakery and confectionery. He started his career at 14, and is now known as the “Picasso of Pastry”.
There’s really something adventurous about Pierre Hermé that is almost hypnotic and unique to the genius pastry chef and his exquisite creations.
If you haven’t already tried French macaroons, you have to! It’s definitely the only place where you can have absolutely delicious macaroons, moist, tender, crisp, and luscious and tart.
Pierre Hermé promises a divine experience that will exceed your expectations.
Each product is a masterpiece in itself. It’s one of those unique stores, where taste and beauty are one and the same. All over Paris, Pierre Hermé also serves other delicacies: ice-creams and sorbets, cookies and biscuits, chocolates, truffles, pastries, viennoiseries, waffles, beverages etc. All made, of course, with the utmost care and passion.
“The macaroon, though only a few grams, agitate our senses. The eyes have already devoured them. Fingers skim their surface, the flavors are gently smelled. When their fine crunchy shell is crushed, the ears are excited by the sound. Then the mouth experiences a delicate grace…”
In short, Pierre Hermé is the sacred kingdom of tastes, textures and colors.
You may find his shops all over Paris; but if you’re staying at the Hotel Louvre Marsollier, you’re only 5 minutes’ walk from Pierre Hermé’s Shop on the famous Avenue de l’Opéra.
Website : http://www.pierreherme.com/
Address: 39 avenue de l’Opéra, 75002 Paris
OPEN HOURS: Monday to Sunday from 10.am to 7.30pm
Phone Number: 01 43 54 47 77
If on your busy holiday schedule in Paris, you’ve planned on visiting the monumental and historic basilica “La Basilique Sacré-Cœur “of Montmartre, you have no excuse not to stop by the magical restaurant “Le Relais Gascon “.
It is only 30 minutes’ walk from the “Hotel Louvre Marsollier Opera” you chose to stay in; and if you don’t feel like walking, take your map out of your pocket and grab the next metro “Abbesses” , which is the deepest station in the Paris Metro, at 36 meters below ground; and you’re good to go for an unforgettable experience, heading uphill in the heart of the amazing village of Montmartre, definitely one of the most fascinating neighborhoods in Paris, and a must-see for the perfect tourist that you are !
“Le Relais Gascon” is a charming two floors restaurant; typically French where you can chose among 10 giants bowls of salad, each generous and delicious. Made of fresh and crunchy green lettuce as well as juicy tomatoes, they all come covered with golden crispy potatoes sautéed with garlic and parsley. Personally, my favorite is the “Salade Gascon” garnished with slices of smoked duck, block of foie gras with toasted bread and a divine vinaigrette dressing. But if you are more of a sea-food person, you can still have the “Salade Océane” coming with shrimps, smoked salmon and creamy slices of avocado!
Looking for a delightful lunch or dinner at the best price in an amazing spot in Paris? Run there. It should not exceed 20 euros per person.
“Le Relais Gascon” 6 rue des Abbesses, 75018 | Metro “Abbesses” ( Ligne 12 )