I'm going in November as well :)(my first time!)There's a wonderful little publication I read called Journal De Nîmes. Their French Issue included a magical illustrated city report of Paris with many out of the ordinary spots. I can't wait to check a few of them out myself!I'll be spending most of my stay in Rouen, but will be traveling to Paris for a few days to see a friend's band play and spend time with him :)I wish you well in your travels!
Oops! Here's the link to the online issue of Journal De Nîmes!http://issuu.com/nimes/docs/journal_no04/1
P.S. I am dying to purchase some French underpinnings :) Let me know if you hear of any cute boutiques? I also am trying to find out where the best pastries are!my e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
One more thing, (I'm sorry, but there's a lot I've been reading about!)I can't wait to visit a few of these locations as well:http://www.movie-locations.com/movies/a/amelie.htmlxoxo
I loved the Moulin Rouge!! you must see a show! It is amazing, also a show at the Crazy Horse is a must as well!!! I know that at the Moulin, tickets are about $90 dollars or so and you get a bottle of champagne with it. :) have fun! xoxo
i know not original at all: but every time I'm in Paris I have to spent at least 3 hours in Musée d'Orsay... :) Hope it helps haha :)fabulous blog btw!kisseshope you come visit/follow me :)lifeisroyalty.blogpsot.com
really nice vintage in the Marais area, and Laduree bien sur!
pere lachaise cemetery :)
laduree - try the marie antoinette tea, and the salad with salami and yellow and green zucchini, and make sure to bring your camerathe marais is awesome for shopping & pictures, too
i haven't been myself, but hear amazing things about this store: http://www.delphinepariente.fr/the store includes her jewelry line as well as never-used vintage designer clothing....amazing.
This site is marvellous for out-of-the way places... http://paris.unlike.net/for shopping check out mamie and mamie blue for very nice vintage. Very tiny well-edited shops and the only other customer when I was there was Jarvis Cocker (he bought a turban). And you absolutely have to go to Shakespeare and Co. bookstore, it's a very nice place to meet fellow traveling bohemians and you can stay there for free if you are lucky!