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    I'm really hatin' you guys right now. You all have been to Paris, some more than a couple of times. My sister's been there all week with her family and are traveling to Italy tomorrow. Damn, I hate her too Do I sound like I need a vacation? Definitely. I am up to my eyeballs with sand&sun and definitely need a break.

    Aloha boys and girls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichyH View Post
    All the good restaurants have already be listed...

    Concerning the hotel, here is a romantic one > Hotel Costes.

    Concerning the patissery, Fauchon & Ladurée are good but just for tourists (like Fouquet's), I recommand you (it's my french and parisian point of view) Pierre Herme for macarons or Berthillon for ice creams.

    Concerning restaurants I recommand you La Maison Blanche (best view in Paris) or the Alain Ducasse's restaurant at Plaza Athénée (my 2 favourites spots to have dinner with my girlfriend).
    Thanks Richy. Perhaps I can buy you a drink when I get into town.

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    No problem! Just let me now when you will be in Paris.

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    I was in Paris a few years back and the bar at Plaza Athenee was amazing. They would bring some amazing Canapes over to the table constantly.

    I'm not sure if it was mentioned already but the Four Seasons in Paris is amazing and it also has an amazing bar.

    For choclate and macaroons, I went to Maison de Chocolat and it was pretty damn good.

    Enjoy your trip.

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