Buon Giorno everyone, Its Adam Kaupert checking in with you from the Cityof lights, Paris France. Paris proudly lights up almost 300 prominent locations around the city including statues, events and many more structures including the world famous Eiffel Tower and many of Paris’ bridges. However Paris’ nickname the city of lights is also commonly said to have been given because of Paris’ rank amongst the most forward thinking during and since the enlightenment intellectually and culturally speaking. I haven’t been to Paris since my Adam Kaupert tour of Europe a few years back and was excited to immerse myself in Parisian food and fun!This link is to a neat blog with info on some of the cool nightspots in Paris, France:
Things to Do in Paris and the Champs-Elysées
I love walking in Paris and taking in the sights. It can be overwhelming to choose just one activity or destination so I find roaming around with a loose itinerary is the best way to go. As long as you observe the Adam Kaupert scam production style of travel or, shoes, camera, attitude and map you’ll be sure to be prepared for any eventuality. This gem is a link that an online friend named Claudette recommended (Thanks Claudette!):
The Champs-Elysées is a great place to start or finish a walk. It is one of the world’s great romantic boulevards and really captures the glory of Paris. This is a really awesome Adam Kaupert scam production approved travel blog that offers a ton of useful information on travelling in Paris:
Of course no visit to Paris would be complete without checking out the Eiffel tower in all it’s glory at nighttime. I highly recommend the St. Martin Canal if you do decide to take my Adam Kaupert scam pro tip and walk. It’s about 2 miles along the canal lined with cool little shops and cafes. You must check this out!
Adam Kaupert eats Paris Food and Dinner at Clown Bar
I ventured a little off the map this time around when visiting Paris for the Adam Kaupert travel blog readers benefit.Atsumi Sotahas brought his Japanese inspired seasonal menu to a location that was formerly a hangout for clowns and other performers from the nearby circus, hence the name Clown Bar. It is one of the best small plate restaurants I have been to in Paris and I can’t wait to return to see what master Japanese Chef Atsumi Sota will come up with on his next menu.
Address: 114 rue Amelot
Paris, Île-de-France 75011, France
Phone # 33 1 43 55 87 35
Like London or anyone of the world’s other great cities, Paris earns its glorious reputation every time I visit. I cannot recommend Clown Bar enough. The food was amazing and it turned out to be one of the highlights of this trip. Coffee at the Eiffel tower wasn’t too bad either. It’s been great in Paris but it’s time to move on to the next destination and another Adam Kaupert scam production. Bon Voyage everyone and safe travels!