8 Rue Navarin, Paris
You can find this lovely cafe/restaurant at Hôtel Amour in Pigalle.
They have the cutest little exotic garden with red chairs and a nice atmosphere.
My friend Alice and I had petit déjeuner here where we ordered some really good pancakes, fresh juice
and all that comes with a good french breakfast.
To let myself go
To let myself flow
Is the only way of being
To let myself go – The avener , Ane Brun
|14 Rue Crespin du Gast, 75011 Paris
You can find Le Perchoir in 11th arrondissement, near the Oberkampf area. I used to live here and it is
really cool and different from the rest of Paris.
The view from this terrace is so beautiful! You can see so many rooftops here with cute parisian chimneys.
The ambiance is also lovely – I really recommend to come here on a sunny day/evening.
Le Bon Marché
24 Rue de Sèvres, 75007 Paris
Inside Paris oldest department store, you can find this cute little tea-room Rose bakery.
Their cake and coffee are delicious and the whole building itself are really beautiful. This is a great place to
spend an afternoon when it is grey outside.
20 Avenue de New York, 75116 Paris
Bellini – must be my favorite drink
This restaurant is so lovely both inside and outside, and the food is delicious.
Perfect for lunch at the terrace, while enjoying the sun and the beautiful view of the Eiffel tower.
The staff was really friendly and the service perfect, which surprised me after reading so many
opinions of how bad it was here on the internet in advance. The restaurant is located right beside
the museum Palais de Tokyo and Musée d’Art Moderne which is worth a visit too.
Let me take you to wonderland..
Long time no see – I have been a little busy lately so I have not got the time to blog.
Last week I was in Venice, and I really loved this unique city. Venice is just a short plane ride away from
Paris, so it is a great place to visit for a weekend. I am probably going to post more articles about this trip
because I took so many beautiful pictures, and I have some tips to share with you.
This garden on the pictures was just amazing – I felt a little like Alice in wonderland.
5 Rue de Thorigny, 75003 Paris
The Musée possesses a collection of 50 items of furniture designed by Diego Giacometti, including these
“flower” lamps. Love it!
The best sister in this world ❤
I visited the Musée Picasso Paris when my family was in Paris some weeks ago. This place is stunning!
Also, the collection is the only one in the world to present both Picasso’s complete painted, sculpted,
engraved and illustrated work of art – through sketches, drafts, notebooks, photographs, films and documents
etc. of the artist’s creative process. Definitely a place I will come back to! On the roof there is a café, and
when it’s sunny it’s a nice place for a little coffee break or a lunch.
251 Rue Saint Honoré, 75001 Paris
One of my dearest friends, Charlotte ❤
Dim-sum! love it
This hotel is located in Rue Saint Honoré, and inside they have a café outside like a little garden.
The atmosphere is so comfortable at this place, so my good friend Charlotte and me spent the whole afternoon
here just talking and drinking coffee- perfect after a long night out on town.
With all the plants and the running water in the middle it is very exotic, so it reminded me a little bit of a
beautiful hotel I stayed at in Thailand two years ago.
Jardin des Plantes
57 Rue Cuvier, 75005 Paris
There is a zoo inside the parc
Right around the corner lies the Grande Mosquée de Paris.
Denne parken er så nydelig, spesielt nå på våren hvor alt begynner å blomstre.
I think this parc is so lovely, especially now in the spring .
Jean Paul Gaultier
1 April – 3 august 2015
“Even as a boy, Gaultier was fascinated by the old-fashioned charm of the corset(..)
Reworking the early twentieth-century corsets and 1940s waist-cinchers dug out of his grandmother’s
wardrobe, he has invented new classics, like the celebrated cone bra and underwear as outerwear. Rather
than submission and imprisonment, in the wardrobes of women today, corset dresses symbolise power
“Jean Paul Gaultier is undoubtedly one of the most important fashion designers of recent decades.
Made between 1971 and 2015, these examples of his creativity have for the most part never been on public
display. It offers an open vision of society, a world of madness, of sensitivity, humour and irreverence in which
everyone can declare himself as he wishes. ”
I really enjoyed this exhibition of Jean Paul Gaultier yesterday. And it was actually allowed to take pictures!
I think I photographed it all, haha. (At most museums, it’s not possible to do so).
If you are in Paris right now, you should definitely go see it!