In love, just like at work, there are temporary contracts, replacements and terminations without notice. So if there are headhunters, why wouldn’t there be hearthunters as well?
Every year comes that special day when you hear for the first time the magical sentence that changes everything. "We could almost have dinner on a terrace..." When that day comes, we’ll know where to find you.
Paris, 1850: Nini Patte en l’air and her army of Cancan girls are driving cabarets crazy. When these ladies shamelessly lift their petticoats and kick their legs up in the air, Paris goes wild. Lucien pledges eternal love to them, Gustave whistles at them every time fishnet stockings appear and Joséphine is standing on her chair, clapping. Oh what wouldn’t we give to relive those crazy Parisian nights!
'Today, I want to visit the Opera Garnier'. 3 days. 3 days that you’ve been cavorting in Paris with your friend Jenny, visiting for a few days. You’ve already climbed the 1665 steps of the Eiffel Tower, been up the 237 steps of the Sacré Coeur, and shuffled along for 3 hours in the Louvre galleries. Your feet are burning with despair. How about sitting in a comfortable armchair for a while? Don’t worry, Jenny won’t say a word: the visit is going on.
Question: what would be the result of a cross between Connecticut and Brittany? Answer: the new Parisian snobbery: a lobster hot dog from the Lobster bar, Paris's latest fashionable restaurant.
For your bargain hunt to be a success, you’ve got to go 'au cul du camion’, as the French say, and wake up very early to come across the best deals of the flea market. Here’s the first piece of advice given to you by Kim, the most talented bargain-hunter in the French capital. Fine, but where are these much talked-about flea markets? In order to find out, we stole Kim’s agenda containing all the dates of the best spring flea-markets in Paris.