April in Paris…What Have You Done to My Heart?
Monday, April 17, 2006
Spend an Afternoon with Adrian Leeds in her home town, New Orleans, learning how to make your dream to live and invest in France come true!
Living and Investing in France Round Table
Plus, invite your friends and relatives to join you for a celebration cocktails and dinner at historic Tujague’s Restaurant, the second oldest restaurant in New Orleans. Everyone is welcome!
Dear Parler Paris Reader,
You know the old song, “April in Paris” written by Vernon Duke and E. Y. (Yip) Harburg?…
A la prochaine…
P.S. Just this morning I updated the electronic Insider Paris Guide for Good Value Restaurants (online since 1996) — with more than 200 restaurants in all 20 arrondissements I personally recommend for quality and affordability. Scroll down for a sample restaurant or visit http://www.insiderparisguides.com/restaurants/index.html
Making the Move and Mastering Money Matters, Part 1
It’s tough enough to manage your money when you’re a tourist traveling to a foreign country with a different currency. Imagine what it’s like to manage your finances when dealing in two currencies on two continents? That’s what you may be dealing with should you choose to spend any length of time in France or own property here…FPI Subscribers Read On…
Learn how to buy property in France. French Property Insider is an e-mail newsletter from the editors of Parler Paris. If you’d like to learn about the insights, recommendations, and discoveries about buying and investing in real estate in Paris and France that French Property Insiderreaders get every week, now’s a special opportunity.
* Excerpt from the Insider Paris Guide for Good Value Restaurants…
* Traditional French
This is a bistrot well off the beaten track where only Parisians and their closest friends will be found. Behind a façade that appears to have once been a boulangerie, Aux Zygomates has packed in as many tiny square tables as possible into two tiny rooms, but no one seems to mind being elbow-to-elbow with one another. The noise level moderate to feel comfortable speaking at normal tones. Frosted etched glass panels and large Venetian mirrors surround you adding old-world charm. The menu written in an ornate French script takes a moment to become accustomed to, but once you can read the words, they jump off the menu like magic. You will find making the choice difficult. A few daily specials are also sure to catch your eye…for the complete review, see the guide…
Yes, you can have a great three-course meal with wine and coffee in Paris for between $15 and $40 including tax and tip! Take Adrian’s advice…and discover more than 200 of the best-kept restaurant secrets in Paris. Get your copy of Insider Paris Guide for Good Value Restaurants now. http://www.insiderparisguides.com/restaurants/index.html
* French Property Insider Consultation…your complete solution to finding, buying, renovating or renting your new dream home or apartment in France. /frenchproperty/consultation
* New Spring 2006 edition now available! The Insider Guide to Practical Answers for Living in France is packed with almost 300 questions from real people, for real people…and the practical answers that will save you countless hours of frustration. http://www.insiderparisguides.com/answers/index.html
* Learn the Tango in Argentina! Spend 9 days exploring gracious Buenos Aires while you learn to tango, and discover for yourself one of the most exciting cities on earth. http://www.agoratravel.com/tango/b/
APARTMENT RENTAL Coming soon…Parler Paris Apartments rental representation at ParlerParisApartments.com. If you have a property ín Paris you’d like to keep booked and represented properly, please email Parler Paris Apartments at Apartments@AdrianLeeds.com for more information.
Parler Paris Après Midi
Come for a drink and to meet and chat with other readers in Paris:
Parler Parlor French-English Conversation Group
Practice speaking French and English. Make friends, discuss interesting topics, learn about other cultures, progress in understanding and speaking, naturally and easily. Meets three times a week — come as often as you like. http://www.parlerparlor.com/
April in Paris…What Have You Done to My Heart?
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