There are plenty of articles telling you what to do, where to go, and what to buy for Valentine’s Day in Paris. But do you really need help finding something romantic to do in the City of Love? If you’re really in love with each other, then all you need is a good setting for strolling hand-in-hand, a decent bed for the night, and tasty food and wine to keep you fueled in between.
Secrets of Paris Newsletter #145 will be sent August 3rd. Sign up here to get it emailed direct to your inbox.
In this Issue:
* Eyewear Made in France
* A Classy Valentine’s Gift
* French Food, Restaurants, Cooking
* Cinema Social Club Soirées
* Lost Something in a Paris Taxi?
* A Valentine’s Day Singles Event
* World Radio Paris Crowdfunding
* Bryan Needs Interviewees
* Where to Recycle Clothes & Shoes
* Assistance with Writing in French
* Stay Informed on all Public Services
* Secrets of Paris Calendar
In this issue:
* A Big Year for Secrets of Paris!
* A New Private Cocktail Club
* Taxi Wars
* Hilarious French Language Mistakes
* Found Cameras and Memory Cards
* Shoes with a Conscience
* Cool, Collapsible Bike Helmet
* War Touring, Patrimoine & Wine
* Farm Tents and Tree Houses
* French Culture Insights
* Change at French Cash Registers
* Paris Events Calendar
* Paris Dining Challenges
* Paris Dining Recommendations
* Sports Bars in Paris
* Shoes, Clothing for Dancers
* Shopping Mayhem January 8th
* Survival Packs for the Homeless
* Eco-Friendly Kitchen Store
* Running in Paris…& Beyond!
* Taxis to/from Train Stations
* Secrets of Paris Internships
In this issue:
* December in Paris
* Shipping & Storing Luggage
* Museum News
* Sponsor an Animal at the Zoo de Vincennes
* Smartphone & Tablet SOS!
* Holiday Gift Ideas
* Recommended Paris Reading
* Hipsters Are Destroying Paris?
* Compost in Paris
French museums, in solidarity with the Croix Rouge (French Red Cross), are hosting a Dimanche de Solidarité on December 1st to help raise urgently needed funds fordisaster relief in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan.
Official Croix Rouge volunteers will be in the following museums this Sunday collection donations of loose change (or loose bills, if you're feeling flush):
* Musée du Louvre
* Musée des Arts Asiatiques Guimet
* Musée du Quai Branly
* Palais de Tokyo
* Musée Rodin
* Musée d’Orsay
* Musée de l’Orangerie
* Château de Versailles
* Centre Pompidou
Don't forget that these museums are open for free the first Sunday of the month, an added incentive to help out those in urgent need of clean water, food and shelter.