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Published 28.09.2014 | Author : admin | Category : Simple Boat Plans

This guest post by Meg of De quelle planete es-tu takes you into the secrets of the 16th arrondissement of Paris. The 16th arrondissement of Paris covers the city’s western borders, stretching from The Arc de Triomphe to the southwest city limits.
The 16th is so big it even has two zip codes, unlike other Paris districts: 75016 and 75116.
My favorite museums in the 16th are the Palais de Tokyo (13 Avenue du President Wilson) and Musee Marmottan (2 Rue Louis Boilly). As a tourist or as a local, the view of the Eiffel Tower is always breathtaking, and luckily you can catch that view from Trocadero, or on a stroll on the quai below Trocadero. A splendid view and stunning Parisian bridge that is a must-see is the Pont de Bir Hakeim, where the line 6 metro crosses the Seine with the Eiffel Tower as the backdrop.
One of my favorite places to go in Paris is Le Jardin des Serres d’Auteuil, which just happens to be in this rather misunderstood arrondissement. Other restaurants that are worth a gander are La Griottine (2 Rue de Sfax) and Family Cafe (35 Rue Annonciation), both with yummy lunches.
Lastly, if you’re feeling fancy and cheeky, try to pop in for a cocktail at the Hotel Saint James (43 Avenue Bugeaud).
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Meg is a Denverite gone Parisian and enjoys all things floral, antique and vintage deco, beer, putting holes in her walls for handing rediculous amounts of frames, snacking on sweets before dinner, lipstick, photobooths, flea markets and many other things.
It is considered by many to be a posh neighborhood, a haven for the bourgeois, or somewhat boring. It houses Paris’s Bois de Boulogne, and other renowned attractions such as Roland Garros and the Parc des Princes.
The Palais de Tokyo is across from the Eiffel Tower, and has a variety of contemporary art and exhibitions, and also has one of the old-fashioned film photobooths in Paris. On the place Trocadero, I prefer to stop by Carette (4 Place du Trocadero et du 11 Novembre) for a pastry, espresso and people watching.


It has been featured in many films (Inception, anyone?) and has an eerie feel to it, it’s worth a snap shot or 5 if you happen to be near the Passy area. During the summer months you can rent a row-boat near the Chalet des Iles and spend an afternoon on the Lac Inferieur in good company and under the sun rays. It is a park and botanical garden that feels untouched, equipped with grass, trees and greenhouses filled with palm trees, flowers and cacti of all shapes, sizes and colors. La Gare (19 Chaussee de la Muette), located right near the La Muette metro station and the Jardin de Ranelagh, is a fantastic place that is in an old brick train station.
Go for a wander up and down the little streets below the Champs Elysees, the various brasseries and pubs are fantastic at night, and there’s always a hustle bustle. It is calm and I’ll dare say it, not as diverse, or as much of a melting pot as other Parisian hoods, but I find that it still has its charm, and still has some lovely places to pass by and discover. Amongst the many embassies and other important looking buildings, it also is the home to a trusty handful museums. If you sweet tooth is as big as mine, don’t forget to go to Patisserie des Reves (111 Rue de Longchamp) for one of their colorful and precious photogenic treats. It is probably the most photogenic place I have ever been to in Paris, and I feel like it is a secret treasure. The Musee Marmottan Monet, located near the western border of the 16th, is the home to the largest collection of Monet pieces in the world. I dream of having a little picnic in the park that surrounds the green houses and colorful flowers. In the 16th we even get the pleasure of having Paris’s first burger truck, Camion Qui Fume, park near Porte Maillot to serve us deliciously crafted burgers regularly.



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