Thursday, October 06, 2005

Café Beaubourg


If you visit the Beaubourg center you will undoubtedly end up sitting on the terrace of Café Beaubourg. Still trendy (even after 20 years...) it's a fantastic observation point to watch the world go by...

15 comments:

  1. I would sit in the black chairs Eric..and you?..where would Elisabeth sit...me thinks white

    Craggles

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  2. Glad to see that's still there.

    (I'll take a red chair, Craggle, seeing that you and Elizabeth already have claimed your seats. Don't mind me, I'm just resting my feet a minute, and looking at the roof tops)

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  3. Wait a minute. That's not the one at the top floor of the building, is it? Never mind the roof tops then! oops.

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  4. où se trouve exactement beaubourg? Tu en parles beaucoup mais je ne sais pas où elle se trouve...

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  5. Matteo> Beaubourg is a district located pretty much at the center of Paris, and well known for the Georges Pompidou Center. It is very close to Les Halles.

    JM-

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  6. "fantastic observation point to watch the world go by..." I totally agree and you know why Eric ;-))))

    Arnaud

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  7. Wonderful Blog!!

    Do you know, by any chance where this street is, or in what area?


    5 rue St-Anastase

    Thanks,

    A friendly Argentine in Washington D.C.

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  8. Claudia> Use the following url:

    http://photos.pagesjaunes.fr/

    .. and plug your address. You will get an interactive map, and a picture of the building! And, yes, every building in Paris has been photographed..!!

    This small street is south of "place de la republique", fairly central area.

    JM-

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  9. I tried to comment yesterday, but Blogspot would not cooperate. Thanks, Craggles, for having saved me a seat. I believe that I would pick either red or white, but not black.

    I have walked by Beaubourg a good number of times over the past few summers, but haven't been inside in years. Is it worth it?

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  10. 20 years already ?… Oh my Goooooooooood !

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  12. Cool blog, interesting information... Keep it UP » » »

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