Carreau du Temple
"Enjoyed the experience in this cozy apartment"
After crossing a charming paved courtyard behind a wrought iron gate, we arrive at this apartment for vacations in Paris.
We enter through a corridor covered with redish hexagon tiles which leads, to the left, to the toilet, and to the right, to the spaceous living area, that one perceives by the internal clear window way which looks onto the kitchen.
The uniform white volumes of the large living room have been chosen to showcase the exposed beams that frame the access to the kitchen area, and separate it from the dining area and living room.
The fully equipped kitchen is right next to the dining area, which is separated by a wall section.
The spacious living room of this apartment for vacations in Paris plays the card of a sober elegance, where the neutral, taupe and gray tones of the two sofas and armchairs are brightened with touches of bright colors, with orange lamp shades and cushions with shimmering shards.
In front of the corner dining room you will access the two bedrooms and the bathroom, decorated in delicate pastel colors. On the left, an almond beige room welcomes you under the mischievous looks of the forgetful Angel and the hopeful Angel of Paul Klee. To the right, an almond green room facing south receives a soft light.
This apartment for vacations in Paris consists of:
In the heart of the Marais, this apartment for vacations in Paris places you in the historical center of the capital. Here, names of streets, monuments and august mansions, all reminds us of the opulence of the seventeenth century, which witnessed the reigns of Louis XIII and especially of Louis XIV.
Thus Madame de Scudery, a great lady of French literature, a key figure of the precious and gallant literature, gives her name to the Garden of Madeleine-de-Scudery, in the Rue des Oiseaux. This charming little garden with neat flower beds is hidden behind the Marché des Enfants Rouges.
"Enfants Rouges", "Blancs-Manteaux": these strange names which most Parisians have forgotten their origin still retain the memory of history. Les enfants rouges were the pensionaries of an orphanage founded by Margaret of Navarre, and wore a red uniform. The Blancs-Manteaux, meanwhile, were a religious order. These mendicant monks of the Order of the Servites of Mary wore a white coat and left their name to a street, a church, an old market and a theater of the Marais.
Today, the neighborhood of this apartment for vacations in Paris is renowned for its luxury pastries and trendy restaurants. The Parisian macaroons thus continue to attract the crowds of gourmands, which one can find chez Pierre Hermé on rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie.
For lunch, the Vitelloni brothers declined their original restaurant to a more relaxed version, La Focacceria. Here, you will enjoy a sincere Italian cuisine with pizzas, antipastis and of course the "focaccia", between bread and brioche. Or why not go to the Paprika, organic canteen and tea room?
In the evenings, there's a hesitation between Wynwood Paris, which promises, on rue Charlot, "Florida street food and good coffee", and Little Red Door, a cocktail bar that climbed to the "World's 50 Best Bars".
Between the two, we will have time to let ourselves be carried away by the enchanting fragrances of Sabé Masson Soft Perfume, intense nectars, solid or liquid, to which no alcohol has been added.
To complete the scenery and before returning to the mainland, visit Muskhane for light-weight clothes and decorative objects, all inspired by Nepal.
|Metro||5 Min.||Arts et Métiers||3, 11|
|7 Min.||République||3, 5, 8, 9, 11|
|9 Min.||Filles du Calvaire||9|
|RER||12 Min.||Châtelet - Les Halles||A, B, D|
|Bus||2 Min.||Square du Temple - Mairie du 3ème - Carreau du Temple||20, 75, N12, N23|
|5 Min.||Arts et Métiers||20, 75, N12, N23|
|5 Min.||Archives - Haudriettes||29, 75|
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