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A private pool near Paris

A private pool near Paris


Pffff, it's too hot. What can you do in Paris when it's too warm ? Escape. We've found 3 guestrooms, less than 1 hour away from Paris. It's time to draw out your bikini and stop whining. Enjoy !

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Read under the oldest tree in Paris

Read under the oldest tree in Paris

Say, how long have you lived in Paris for ? 10 years ? 15 years ? He's been here for 411. First kisses, hushed confessions, timid or passionate love affairs, he's seen quite a bit. But always remained upright and majestic. Look up : you're under the oldest tree in Paris.

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Happy floating hour

Happy floating hour

He will dock at nightfall, adorned with colorful soft paper lanterns. He will sweep you off the wharf with your flock of friends and take you for a cruise on the Seine. The boat Jour de Fête will glide you through the happiest hour you could ever imagine.

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New Year's in Paris Playlist

New Year's in Paris Playlist

Imagine you're in Paris tonight, drinking Champagne with chic and merry Parisians in an apartment overlooking Montmartre. The party has just started and it will undoubtedly last très tard. Here's what your Frenchie party playlist looks like.

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Are you a Parisienne?

Are you a Parisienne?

You’ve been reading our newsletters religiously (or so we like to think). You’ve learnt all about their style, their drinks, their Sunday nights and you are quite sure that next time you’re in town, you will pass for a genuine Parisienne. We, at MyLittleParis, are impartial judges, that is why we have put together a little quiz to check if you have now mastered the Parisian attitude.

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Eat, pray and love in Paris.

Eat, pray and love in Paris.

Eat, Pray, Love? So what’s new? As much as they enjoyed the book and movie, it’s not as if Parisians have learnt anything. They’ve been savoring their food, delighting in love and thanking the gods for their good fortune for centuries. So, if you want a taste of the heroine’s adventure but can’t get to Italy, India and Bali, we suggest you take a shortcut to Paris.

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