May 2007 - Promenade in a Private Parisian Garden
In this month's Paris Insights, we have the rare opportunity to visit a private garden. Located in the 14th arrondissement, the garden of the Saint-Joseph de Cluny convent displays Japanese cherry trees, a large ginko, magnolias, and apple, peach, fig and pear trees, as well as tulip beds and pansies.
Our quest for smoke-free dining leads us to Thierry Faucher's restaurant, Cave de l'Os à Moelle. Located in a truly off-the-beaten-path neighborhood, the eatery serves up hearty, country-style food.
And finally, we spotted a fire-breathing dragon during our peregrinations. Read about where to find this beast in this month’s Paris, Past and Present feature.
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Paris Panorama Newsletters for 2007
- December 2007 - The Church of Val-de-Grâce
- November 2007 - The Cemetery of the Holy Innocents
- October 2007 - How to Be a Young Parisian
- September 2007 - Paris - F. Scott Fitzgerald's Babylon
- August 2007 - The Secret of the Luxembourg Garden Orchard
- July 2007 - An Impressionist Stroll
- June 2007 - Fresh Roasted Coffee in Paris
- May 2007 - Promenade in a Private Parisian Garden
- April 2007 - Of Macarons and Minsters – An Easter Stroll through the Saint-Germain-des-Prés quarter
- March 2007 - Irish Eyes are Smiling in Paris
- February 2007 - Contemporary African Art in Paris - Les Arts Derniers
- January 2007 - The King's Church