Les Halles is gone, but there's still lots to see.
I love touring Paris so much that I have decided to write two series of articles. The first series divides Paris's twenty arrondissements (districts) into seven groups, eight if you count the introductory article. The other series, examining each of the arrondissements in greater detail, is in our sister site, wineinyourdiet.com.
You are probably wondering what these Paris travel articles are doing on these two websites. Why not? Just take a break, plan your next vacation in one of the best hotels in Paris and enjoy a wine tasting tour in the city. Will it affect your diet? Probably, but as our sister site wineinyourdiet.com discusses the French Paradox, that despite France's often great food and wine, the French death rate from heart disorders rests relatively low. If you read all the articles you'll learn about two (some say one but they're wrong) flourishing vineyards right within the city limits of Paris.
" ...I had the privilege of living nearly two years in the City of Light and want to share my impressions and suggestions with you. I spoke and still speak the language and ... "Click to read A Quick Tour Of Paris - Launching A Series
" ...The rue des Francs-Bourgeois with its many fashion stores is one of the rare Paris streets open on Sunday... "Click to read A Quick Tour Of Paris - Central Paris
" ...Among Paris’s oldest districts they include some Roman attractions. "Click to read A Quick Tour Of Paris - The Latin Quarter
" ...I am told that this is THE place to have your wedding and funeral. "Click to read A Quick Tour Of Paris - The Eiffel Tower And Friends
" ...Department store fans will appreciate the Nineteenth Century Galeries Lafayette with its beautiful Art Nouveau staircases... "Click to read A Quick Tour Of Paris - The North-Central Arrondissements
" ...The giant Palais des Sports (Sports Palace) hosts hockey and basketball games as well as large-scale musicals and rock concerts. The village of Vaugirard was known for... "Click to read A Quick Tour Of Paris - The South-Central Arrondissements
" ...Be warned, you will pay $100 for a bowl of soup and you’ll need to reserve a month in advance for dinner... "Click to read A Quick Tour Of Paris - Those Fancy Western Arrondissements
" ...Among those who hung their hats there were Salvador Dalí, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and Vincent van Gogh... "Click to read A Quick Tour Of Paris - North By Northeast