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Shopping
One of the best price/quality supermarket around. For meat and fish, prefer the specialized shops, like the butcher right in front.
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Franprix
19 Rue Brézin
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One of the best price/quality supermarket around. For meat and fish, prefer the specialized shops, like the butcher right in front.
Very good meat for a reasonable price, people there are nice but I don't garante they speak English! Weirdly enough, the name of the butcher, Chaussepied, means "shoehorn".
28 Rue Brézin
28 Rue Brezin
Very good meat for a reasonable price, people there are nice but I don't garante they speak English! Weirdly enough, the name of the butcher, Chaussepied, means "shoehorn".
Nice and typical parisian food market. You can find fish, meat, vegetables, cheese, but also flowers, spices, and sometimes clothes. Tuesdays and Fridays, all morning (up to 12.30 - 1pm).
Rue Saillard
Nice and typical parisian food market. You can find fish, meat, vegetables, cheese, but also flowers, spices, and sometimes clothes. Tuesdays and Fridays, all morning (up to 12.30 - 1pm).
They have pretty much everything from food to cosmetics, through diapers and soap. And they are nice. Open Mon-Sat. 10am-8pm and Sun. 10am-1pm
119 Rue d'Alésia
119 Rue d'Alésia
They have pretty much everything from food to cosmetics, through diapers and soap. And they are nice. Open Mon-Sat. 10am-8pm and Sun. 10am-1pm
A lot of everything, fresh, very good fish. The prices are normal, and they have "sales" all the time.
67 Avenue du Général Leclerc
67 Avenue du Général Leclerc
A lot of everything, fresh, very good fish. The prices are normal, and they have "sales" all the time.
Everything Else
Nice little squares (see also square Ferdinand-Brunot on the other side of the street) with two playgrounds and sandboxes, from 2 to 7 yo.
Square Aspirant Dunand
Nice little squares (see also square Ferdinand-Brunot on the other side of the street) with two playgrounds and sandboxes, from 2 to 7 yo.
The whole street is worth a walk: there are many shops, bookstores, restaurants and cafés, the atmosphere is genuinely parisian.
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Rue Daguerre
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The whole street is worth a walk: there are many shops, bookstores, restaurants and cafés, the atmosphere is genuinely parisian.
Quite big and very nice park, especially for children. There are carousels, playgrounds, they can ride bikes and eat ice creams. For the adults, the place is romantic and interesting.
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Parc-de-Montsouris
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Quite big and very nice park, especially for children. There are carousels, playgrounds, they can ride bikes and eat ice creams. For the adults, the place is romantic and interesting.
Food Scene
If you want to order in one night it's a good address: the fish is always extra fresh (yakitori is less good though), the delivery is free and they are fast. Menu and phone number in the apartment.
3 Rue Ernest Cresson
3 Rue Ernest Cresson
If you want to order in one night it's a good address: the fish is always extra fresh (yakitori is less good though), the delivery is free and they are fast. Menu and phone number in the apartment.
Arts & Culture
A nice library. The 2nd floor is for kids. They can read there, and there's even a little terrasse where they can bring their book when the weather is nice.
38 Rue Gassendi
38 Rue Gassendi
A nice library. The 2nd floor is for kids. They can read there, and there's even a little terrasse where they can bring their book when the weather is nice.
Sightseeing
Ancient mines where they moved in the 18th century the remains of 6M of Parisians from the local cemeteries. Very impressive. For info http://www.catacombes-de-paris.fr/english.htm
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Place Denfert-Rochereau
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Ancient mines where they moved in the 18th century the remains of 6M of Parisians from the local cemeteries. Very impressive. For info http://www.catacombes-de-paris.fr/english.htm