A sweet or salty break at Mamie Gâteaux?

At 66 rue du Cherche-Midi and less than 2 minutes walk from the Petit Chomel, Mamie Gâteaux is a small tea room reminiscent of a Grandmother's kitchen with its decor, checkered tablecloths, its simple cakes, salads and savory tarts. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 11:30 to 18:00.

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Operation Brooklyn to the department store Le Bon Marché

Since September 3 until October 17 , the spirit of Brooklyn breath on Le Bon Marche , located steps from Le Petit Chomel . Fashion, beauty, accessories, children , decoration, design , dining , bar and entertainment ... are waiting for you " aficionados " of New York.

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Outdoor opera: La Traviata at the Invalides

To spend a pleasant evening of music and rhythm of Verdi: the cast of the opera en plein air sets of 8 to 12 September on the esplanade of the National Hotel des Invalides to interpret La Traviata, directed by Arielle Dombasle. From the hotel Le Petit Chomel, you can go to one of the 5 performances in 15 minutes by Metro.

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Strolling around the Louvre

Located less than 2 km walk from the hotel Petit Chomel, the Louvre is in the heart of Paris and historical places of the capital. Before visiting the Museum, we advise you to make a stop at the Café Marly in the Cour Marly. You will have a view on the Pyramid but also inside the Museum. Once the visit is complete, it is pleasant to stroll in the Tuileries Gardens before heading to the adjacent streets that lead to the "Comédie Française" and Palais Royal. You will discover small courtyards, patios and squares as the garden of the Palais Royal.

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Walk along the Canal Saint Martin

Located 30 minutes by subway from Petit Chomel, the Canal Saint-Martin is a mythical place of Paris. Very busy in the evening, you can stroll along the banks and watch the pleasure boats that borrow different locks to follow the drop of water.

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Discover the secrets of the Saint-Jacques tower

54 meters, 300 steps ... The Saint-Jacques Tower,  located in the 4th arrondissement of Paris, France, on Rue de Rivoli at Rue Nicolas Flamel, opens its doors to visitors until 25 September. With its gargoyles and other moldings, the tower is a remnant of Gothic art that is worth seeing. Tours are every hour from Friday to Sunday.


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