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Top 5 restaurants for a family brunch in Paris

The concept of brunch traveled over from English-speaking countries a few years ago and quickly established itself as a crucial weekend activity in Paris. Many restaurants today offer menus for all tastes, with a great many offering family brunches.
 
We’ve chosen and tested 5 restaurants that offer special entertainment to have brunch with your children or enough to space to have brunch with your baby in Paris. Enjoy some quality time with your family and end the week on a high. Bon appétit!

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How to stay zen in Paris

Life in the busy city can sometimes be exhausting, full of noise, stress and constantly rushing everywhere. Sometimes you need to take a break from the unrelenting pace of urban life in Paris to slow down, be peaceful and be mindful of yourself and those around you. These five different places to relax in Paris will allow you to reconnect with yourself, reconnect with nature and to truly relax.

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Where to spend New Year’s Eve 2017 in Paris ?

If you’re lucky enough to be spending New Years Eve in Paris, you’ll definitely be able to enjoy the stunning lights along the streets, celebrate and enjoy wonderful French food! But with so much to choose from and so many options available, you might find yourself wondering where to spend New Year’s Eve in Paris and what to do. To help you make a decision, Lodgis is here with the top New Year’s Eve activities in Paris. Happy New Year!

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Top 5 restaurants for Christmas Eve in Paris

Unlike in English speaking countries, the French have their big Christmas dinner with their families on Christmas Eve instead of Christmas Day. To make things easier and more of a treat, many people celebrate Christmas Eve in a restaurant where they can eat France’s traditional holiday foods without having to worry about cooking them. Check out our Top 5 of the best restaurants for Christmas Eve in Paris!

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What to do in Paris at Christmas with kids

Spending Christmas in Paris with kids is an amazing opportunity, so go out and make the most of it with these amazing events and activities for families ! Feel the holiday cheer coursing through Paris and make some wonderful memories with your children and loved ones. Paris at Christmas is a winter wonderland and we’re here to tell you what to do with your kids to make this a holiday season they’ll never forget. Just hear those sleigh bells jingling…

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Top 10 expat groups for English-speakers in Paris

Are you an English-speaking expat who has you just moved to Paris is looking for a community of people in the same boat? Discover the expat community in Paris with our list of the Top 10 expat groups for English-speakers in Paris. Whether you’re British, American, Irish or part of the British commonwealth, you’ll be able to make new friends and settle into your new life in Paris with these expat groups. Meet new people, learn some new skills or stretch your legs… Get ready to become a social butterfly.

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Top 5 family restaurants in Paris

Paris is the culinary capital of the world and is internationally renowned for its top-quality food. But for some families with young children, the experience of eating in a good French restaurant can quickly become a nightmare (dishes not made with younger palates in mind, an atmosphere that’s too romantic or quiet, or not enough space for a pushchair… etc.). So you don’t miss out on this culinary experience and to enjoy it with your little ones, we’ve put together a list of the best family-friendly restaurants in Paris.
 
Share some wonderful dishes and some quality time with your loved ones at these family-friendly restaurants that we guarantee will be just as popular with little ones as with adults! Bon appétit!

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Five tips to make friends in Paris

If you’ve just moved to Paris as an expat, making new friends in your new city is probably one of your biggest concerns. The French have an unfair reputation for being standoffish and they can be a bit harder to crack than other nationalities, something that a language barrier certainly makes more complicated. However, if you follow our five tips to make friends in Paris, you’ll find yourself making friends with expats and Parisians alike. Paris is full of wonderful people with whom you’ll get on fantastically… you just need to meet them!

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Guide to health insurance in France

Although the healthcare system here in France can be a bit complicated, it’s one of the best in Europe and even the world (it’s ranked 15th in the world). If you’re planning to move here, it goes without saying that it’s important to know the healthcare system and your rights to avoid any nasty surprises! We’ve put together this guide to health insurance in France to make sense of it all…

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Fitness classes in English in Paris

Although an amazing and life-changing experience, moving to Paris can be stressful. Why not take an exercise class to get your body moving and sweat some of that stress away? Most of all, don’t let a language barrier stop you from keeping fit in Paris, with these exercise classes in English in Paris. Anglophones can stay in shape in Paris too!

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Advice on moving to Paris as a family

Starting a new life in another city, even another country, is never easy, particularly when you’re moving as a family. Are you asking yourself which are the neighborhoods in Paris to live in as a family, what to do as a family with children and where to find a bilingual school in Paris? This article will answer all your questions!

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Thanksgiving 2017: Mac and Cheese Dauphinois

Celebrating Thanksgiving 2017 in Paris may seem like a daunting task, but it is completely possible to enjoy a weekend with your nearest and dearest while staying in Paris. We’ve even provided a few French-American thanksgiving recipes so you can merge heritages, forge new traditions and create unique memories while celebrating Thanksgiving in Paris.