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Paris Grand Angle - Page 3

  • Choice

    Now I would like your opinion on these two photographs.

    Which do you prefer, why, what could you tell us about them...

    I am sure you will have plenty of things to say.

    So it could be a nice idea to start using the comments on this blog.

    Will YOU be the first one ?


    Shadow1.jpgN° 1


    Shadow2.jpgN° 2





  • 餃子

    restaurant, food, Chinese, Paris, France

    For lunch I cycled to this high ground place (on Rue de Belleville)

    They are renown for their excellent ravioli.

    You can get them either grilled or served floating in a light broth. Both versions are very respectable. If you venture to the back of the restaurant you will see the ravioli being prepared.

    I suggest you mix you own dip with black vinegar, a splash of thick, spicy, red sauce and maybe some liquid soy.

    The desserts are few but enough.

    Tea, beer, even wine can be ordered.

    By the way, prices are very OK.

    But do not call there on Saturday dinner time. The queue on the pavement can be long.

  • New web site



    I thought I would mention it.

    I have just launched a web site to show and advertise my activities.

    You can visit it, you can leave comments, you can also herald it.


    Its address is : www.paris-grand-angle.fr


    Enjoy the last days of summer !



  • Pho

    food, Vietnamese, Asian, Paris, France, restaurant


    Yesterday I was once again in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. I went to have lunch in a place called "L' Indochine" located 86 avenue de Choisy.

      The welcome is warm. The food is good. The jasmine tea is very good. It doe not get bitter at the end like is so often the case. I had some fried noodle with prawns and pork slices. And lukewarm maize in coco milk as dessert. Hummmmm.

    You can sit inside or outside which considering the weather was my choice. The tables are sheltered from the sun by a red awning.


    restaurant, Paris, France, Vietnamese

  • Tourist Services

    tourist services, disable, Paris, France

    Let me tell you about this organization called Tourist Services. They are located on 31, Rue du Pont Neuf, 75001 Paris.

    They are a non profit oriented travel agency focused on providing services to the disabled, the handicapped and the aged visitors in Paris.

    They can help you organize your stay in Paris, find places equipped, accessible...

    They also have electric vehicles as shown on the photograph for rent.

    And last but not least, they can provide shelter for your luggage while you are on the move in Paris. The have a free of charge store room which you are very welcome to use since French railway stations have stopped providing luggage deposits some years ago.  

    For further details, you can have a look at their web site :  http://www.tourist-services.net/