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.
Eat. Penne all' Arrabbiata, prawn linguini or porcini risotto. People tend to go crazy over the pasta served at the Pulcinella, a popular restaurant near Montmartre. Reservations are mandatory.
Pulcinella, 17 rue Damrémont Paris 18th, 00 33 1 46 06 46 94, pasta from 10 to 20€
Pray. Join the monks at the Pagoda in the Bois de Vincennes for a few hours of meditation in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition.
Buddhist meditation class at the Pagoda of the Bois de Vincennes (a park located in the east part of the city). Wednesdays from 7.30 to 9.30 pm, Pagoda Kagyu Dzong, 40, route Circulaire du Lac Daumesnil, Paris 12th, 00 33 1 40 04 98 06 ,
more info here .
Love. It’s all about letting go and feeling great, right? So start by an hour of Balinese massage in a green haven located in the 14th arrondissement.
Balinese massage, 50€ for one hour, Espace Osada, 4 villa Deshayes Paris 14th. Make an appointment by calling 00 33 6 72 15 85 43 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.