Sunday, March 8, 2009

Paris Undercover

Photos via Paris Luxe Apartments

Bonjour tout le monde!
Tonight I'm putting together my itinerary for the upcoming trip to Paris in May and found a great list at Trip Advisor's Off the beaten path.

Each trip is different since each client her passion and I love to go to new places every time I visit. I've still only hit the tip of the berg in every way and I've been around.

One place I've yet to hit is the Paris Antique Book Market , un marché couvert ouvert tous les weekends de l’année! (You don't mind if I work on my French do you)?
That's every single weekend and here's the lowdown: © Gérard Lavalette

Antique Book Market
Square Georges Brassens

104, rue Brancion, 75015 Paris
Saturday & Sunday from 9.30 am to 6.00 pm
Metro: Convention or Porte de Vanves

Another of today's discoveries was a vineyard right at the top of Montmartre! Now that should be some good fun!

La Commanderie du Clos Montmartre

9 bis, rue Norvins 75018 Paris

On another note, I've heard about this place but have never been, and still not sure about going! have you?
I'd love to hear your thoughts।


more to come!


CRochon said...

Ohhhh Claudia, your new blog is so beautiful. I'm up for the ride and can't wait to see what's next!

FrenchBlue said...

Wow! This is a real party! I want to be there for sure! This is the most whimsical, it's like Alice and Wonderland! I heard this burned last year and very little of the store and animals were saved. I wanted to go but lost time. The new owner is A Prince. I read in Vanity Fair they were taking donations of our special friends as so many of them burned in the fire. Can I borrow this picture?

TheParisApartment said...

Hi ladies! So glad you could make the party!!
Darling of course you can use the pic!

Linda said...

I adored going to Deyrolles, a real Paris treasure from the past but would you believe that it burned down? There are rumors that the owner set it on fire. It broke my heart. There was a garden store in Palais Royal called Prince Jardiner that had some of the animals but I am not sure if it is still there.

TheParisApartment said...

Wow, you know there's a hell of a story waiting to be told there!

Bonnie said...

Another Paris Apartment blog to follow? Yipie! The pictures are so nice. I can't wait to see what you post next!

à la parisienne said...

So, forgive me for being out-of-the-loop or confused:), but are you "leading" this trip in Paris in May (meaning, others are invited?) If so, what is the length of this trip?

à la parisienne said...

Oh, and merci pour le commentaire sur mon blog (about vintage fashion)!

TheParisApartment said...

Hi Parisienne, I do have a couple of clients coming but the invite was for you all to come just for fun!

Suzanne said...

Sadly my trip to Paris wont be until later in the year - probably June/July but its my first so I am SOOOOO EXCITED!
Any suggestions for must do's for a first trip?
Love both your blogs and you are definately helping to fuel the flames of my excitement...

Angela said...

Claudia, Angela here (Joy's daughter/Nic's sister) love the new blog!!!
Wanted to invite you over to see my daughter's bedroom and soon, my room, inspired by one of yours many years ago. Thought you'd enjoy!
Heard maybe you're coming to town? Before or after Paris???

Ashley said...

I wish I could come to Paris! I am so glad The Paris Apartment is on Blogger now. I love this new concept!

Leigh said...

I miss Paris so much so anything related becomes my obsession :)

Anonymous said...

My eyes are overwhelmed. Every image on here is enrapturing. So inspiring - thank you. I am very glad I found your site.

徵信社 said...

I love it! Very creative!That's actually really cool.