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Top 10 Most SECRET Places in Paris
SUBSCRIBEto my new channel about Paris secrets : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTprR5YxXLE Paris is a wonderful city, and there is so many touristic places you can visit that you could think you will never have time to see everything while you are visiting. But when you live in Paris, sometimes you feel you discovered everything… That’s when you need to go on a hunt, a hunt for secret places, for places that are so calm, strange, different or just not as famous as the Parisian monuments. This video will show you the 10 most secret places in Paris. And the good news is that they are All FREE for anyone to visit, nothing to pay, no tickets, no waiting lines, no dress codes, just a little bit of curiosity and an open mind. If you want to have a personal secret tour with me in Paris, please visit my Vayable page to book a walking tour : https://www.vayable.com/users/33241 ------------------------------------------- ----------Localization----------------- ------------------------------------------- 1 - 00:05 - Jardin alpin Nestled in the heart of the Jardin des Plantes, the Alpine garden includes more than 2,000 mountain plant species . Map : https://goo.gl/maps/ngNvu 2 - 00:15 - square des peupliers This small private street ( no cars ) created in 1926 is an exquisite romantic and green place to take photos for a fashion shooting for example Map : https://goo.gl/maps/qC1kU 3 - 00:25 - Terasse de l I.M.A The Arab World Institute (IMA) is a Parisian cultural institute dedicated to the Arab world. You can go for free on the rooftop and have an incredible view Map : https://goo.gl/maps/zP50L 4 - 00:35 – les Passages Couverts Real covered galleries in the middle of buildings and generally housing shops , Secret Parisian walkways are an architectural curiosity full of charm. Map : https://goo.gl/maps/Nl96T 5 - 00:44 - Panthéon Boudique The giant bamboos and stone slabs make of the Garden of the Buddhist Pantheon one of the most zen secret place of the capital . Map : https://goo.gl/maps/LCp09 6 - 00:55 - Collèges des Bernardins The collège was used until the French Revolution as a residence for Cistercian monks students at the University of Paris. Map : https://goo.gl/maps/5VAg9 7 - 01:03 - Hôtel Dieu Hotel-Dieu de Paris is the oldest hospital in the capital. You can enter for free and climb at the last level to have a view over notre dame … but please be respectful of the people resting inside, it’s still an hospital. Map : https://goo.gl/maps/yxK9T 8 - 01:13 La Petite Ceinture The little belt railway was a Parisian railway that, from 1852, was a circular connection between Paris's main railway stations. In a partial state of abandonment since 1934. Many French railway enthusiasts and associations would like to see the abandoned railway and its remaining stations preserved and protected as a part of France's national heritage. Map : this place is all around Paris, and it’s forbiden to enter so i will not give the information but if you really want to go just look on internet for « accès petite centure » 9 - 01:24 Jardin d’Agronomie Tropical The Garden of Tropical Agriculture is in northeastern edge of the Bois de Vincennes. there you can find a half-wild nature and remnants buildings of the French colonial era sometimes half covered by vegetation. Map : https://goo.gl/maps/eVXEb 10 – 01:34 Design & Nature The Design and Nature gallery specialises in the creation of stuffed animals, in entomology (the science of butterflies and insects) and in osteology, as well as in the presentation of organic and vegetal species. Map : https://goo.gl/maps/Py8v8 ------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- De la conception à la captation des images jusqu'au montage final, je réalise des web-séries, films événementiels, institutionnels ou publicitaires produit pour internet . From conception to image capture to final editing, I make web series, event videos, web-documentaries, institutional or product advertising for the internet. contact me for work here Visit My Professional WEBSITE : http://www.mathieustern.com Social Networks : Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mathieustern Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/MSTViralementTransmissible/ Personal Blog : http://theswedishbed.com
Views: 333132 Mathieu Stern
Flea Market Secrets - A Guide to Unknown Paris - Episode 1
In this new web series from MessyNessyChic, Nessy takes us on a nostalgic Parisian adventure to curious places, past and present. Episode 1 begins at the legendary Parisian flea market.
Views: 138746 Messy Nessy Chic
The Hidden Paris | Europe: Episode 1
We explore Paris, and what lies beyond the bustling city... Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/joelthorpe
Views: 8334 Joel Thorpe
5 Places You Need to Visit in Paris | Chriselle Lim
Subscribe for weekly uploads! http://bit.ly/subscribetochrisellelim Link to our rental: http://bit.ly/2aoMrE2 Having had so many opportunities to travel to Paris, I feel like it is now my second home. With that said, I compiled a list of my 5 must sees when in the city of love! Let me know in the comments below what other place you love are! HomeAway: http://bit.ly/2alBLup FTC this video was made in collaboration with Homeaway. Previous Episodes Hamptons Vlog & Lookbook http://bit.ly/2aFYoI5 5 Car Beauty Hacks with Amy Pham http://bit.ly/2aNkln2 Styling Tips & Mommy Chat with Rachel Zoe http://bit.ly/1PwnJzv BLOG http://www.TheChriselleFactor.com SNAPCHAT: @Chrisellelim INSTAGRAM http://www.instagram.com/ChriselleLim TWITTER http://www.twitter.com/ChriselleTweets FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/Chriselleinc
Views: 158237 Chriselle Lim
Best Secret Tourists Places in Paris 2018 Travel Vlog
Today we are taking you all around to our favorite tourist spots that aren't typically on a Things to Do in Paris list. First we kick it off with a visit to The Louvre in the snow, and then follow us to Shakespeare and Comp any book store. This is one of the oldest book stores in Paris, and such a unique and quirky spot. We also visit Sainte Chapelle which has stained glass that easily rivals Notre Dame's stained glass. We also check out the Paris Opera that has absolutely gorgeous paintings and architecture. GoingGupta - Find Me on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/GoingGupta/ - Follow Me on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/GoingGupta/ Shot on NEW SONY A9: http://amzn.to/2gxgONG RX 100 Mark V: http://amzn.to/2zInDnE Joby Gorilla Pod: http://amzn.to/2xYwFeu Small Tripod: http://amzn.to/2h1JsHa Tripod: http://amzn.to/2xZ5Jen Microphone: http://amzn.to/2gCHQqn DJI Mavic Drone Buy: https://goo.gl/UidS4E Gear Backpack: http://amzn.to/2xYHEo2
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Exploring Secret Bars in Paris: Enter through the freezer of a pizzeria?! PARIS VLOG
Hello you beautiful humans! In today's weekly Paris Vlog I'm taking you with me to discover one of the Secret Bars in Paris! This was my first time visiting a speakeasy in Paris (I talk about the Lavomatic, which is in a laundry mat speakeasy as well) and it was quite an experience. My sister found out about the place in this video called Moonshiner, a Paris speakeasy hidden inside (or rather through) the freezer of a pizzeria in Bastille. I love discovering alternative nightlife in Paris and testing out different bars so I was totally down to try out this French take on prohibition. AlthoughI moved to France a few years ago I still never heard of this pizzeria, so I thought that I would vlog the experience and take you francophiles with me. I know what you guys are thinking--it's a hidden bar, so why tell the world about it? Why give away all of the Paris tips and secrets? Okay, okay calm down Susan. As we all know, prohibition is long over, and the "secret bar" tactic in big cities like NYC, London or Paris is a marketing scheme to get people excited OK?! So while me, my sister and my brother in law enjoyed the experience---the mystique surrounding the speakeasy was much greater than the actual place. I mean, it was pretty cool walking through a freezer to find a completely different atmosphere on the other side but the regular old bar we went to later (well I don't know if you could call it that...The Monkey has actual fire on the bar and a giant tree) was just as good. So, A unique experience? Yes. A must do? Ehhhh. It's a bit pricey. It's a cool first date idea though, I'll give you that! If you are traveling to Paris, stay tuned for a video about nightlife in Paris an my top alternative/quirky bars coming soon. That about sums up my little excerpt of this Paris speakeasy vlog---for more of my writing visit my alternative Paris blog WWW.witchyParis.com where I give Paris tips and bi*ch about French administration. Please give me a thumbs up if you enjoyed this video and subscribe if you want to see more videos from me! Want more? Here is a link to other places you can find me online! MY SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: _purple_palace Down below are some FAQS that I get. I do accept video requests in the comments (but won't promise sh*t) and almost always reply back! FAQS Why do you live in France? I moved to Paris to be an Au pair and then met my love (as you do in France) and then got married and built a life here :) What do you study? I study Fine art/multimedia. You can see my work here: @_purple_palace Is Paris safe? This is such a broad question but in short--yes and no! Check out my video: Biggest French culture shock to understand what I mean... Do you speak French fluently? Yes, check out some of my videos completely in French Where do you live in France? Paris Why did you start youtube? Because I miss speaking in English and I wanted to build a community where I share a bit of my experience as an American abroad/help people? Plus it's fun AF How can I get a visa to France? it depends on what your goals are..Check out my video on how to move to France on a budget to get some ideas on visas, etc. What kind of camera do you use? Canon G7X What video software do you use? Final Cut pro X How often do you post? I try to post a Paris vlog at least once a week! Can we collaborate? I love the idea of collaborating and if you think our channels could vibe well and your in the Paris region please send me a mail! What arrondissement of Paris is the best? The 20th, duh ;) What cheese do you like? (no one asks me this jk) All the cheeses Where do you shop in France? Thrift stores like guerrisol are my favourite..Check out my video "Come thrifting with me in Paris" to see more. See you guys soon and stay inspired!!
Views: 24547 The Purple Palace
Hidden Colorful Street in Paris!      |Paris Travel Diary|
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Views: 2440 Abby Braaten
When you wait for hours in line to get a new Facebook profile picture with some famous painting or monument, you can't help but wondering if it's worth the effort. After all, these are the most photographed places on Earth. Even if you've never been there, you still know them better than your grandma's living room. Or at least you think you do.
Views: 5270221 #Mind Warehouse
Seven Secret Places You Need To Visit In Paris
Seven Secret Places You Need To Visit In Paris Parc de Belleville Catacombs Canal St. Martin Halle Pajol Le Perchoir Parc des Buttes-Chaumont Palais de Tokyo Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/Mega-News-1728374423845386/ Twitter ► https://twitter.com/meganews77 Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/113281215443356264322 Tumblr ► https://meganews77.tumblr.com/ Pinterest ► https://pinterest.com/meganews77/ Reddit ► https://www.reddit.com/user/MegaNews77/ Linkedin ► https://www.linkedin.com/in/mega-news-858b93137 LiveJournal ► http://meganews77.livejournal.com/ Please Like & Subscribe Mega News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0P4_2nrwEMw2A1TCsfQYdg https://youtu.be/tWZ75OvkGH0
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10 Most SECRET Places in Paris
Secret tour guide and filmmaker Mathieu Stern reveals the top 10 secret places to discover in Paris. 1 - Jardin alpin Nestled in the heart of the Jardin des Plantes, the Alpine garden includes more than 2,000 mountain plant species. Map : https://goo.gl/maps/ngNvu 2 - square des peupliers This small private street (no cars) created in 1926 is an exquisite romantic and green place to take photos for a fashion shooting for example Map : https://goo.gl/maps/qC1kU 3 - Terasse de l I.M.A The Arab World Institute (IMA) is a Parisian cultural institute dedicated to the Arab world. You can go for free on the rooftop and have an incredible view. Map : https://goo.gl/maps/zP50L 4 les Passages Couverts Real covered galleries in the middle of buildings and generally housing shops, Secret Parisian walkways are an architectural curiosity full of charm. Map : https://goo.gl/maps/Nl96T 5 - Panthéon Boudique The giant bamboo and stone slabs make the Garden of the Buddhist Pantheon one of the most zen secret place in the capital . Map : https://goo.gl/maps/LCp09 6 - Collèges des Bernardins The collège was used until the French Revolution as a residence for Cistercian monks students at the University of Paris. Map : https://goo.gl/maps/5VAg9 7 - Hôtel Dieu Hotel-Dieu de Paris is the oldest hospital in the capital. You can enter for free and climb at the last level to have a view over Notre Dame. Please be respectful of the people resting inside, it’s still an hospital. Map : https://goo.gl/maps/yxK9T 8 - La Petite Ceinture The little belt railway was a Parisian railway that, from 1852, was a circular connection between Paris's main railway stations. In a partial state of abandonment since 1934. Many French railway enthusiasts and associations would like to see the abandoned railway and its remaining stations preserved and protected as a part of France's national heritage. Map : this place is all around Paris, and it’s forbidden to enter so i will not give the information but if you really want to go just look on internet for « accès petite centure » 9 - Jardin d’Agronomie Tropical The Garden of Tropical Agriculture is in northeastern edge of the Bois de Vincennes. There you can find a half-wild nature and remnants buildings of the French colonial era sometimes half covered by vegetation. Map : https://goo.gl/maps/eVXEb 10 - Design & Nature The Design and Nature gallery specializes in the creation of stuffed animals, entomology (the science of butterflies and insects) and in osteology, as well as in the presentation of organic and vegetal species. Map : https://goo.gl/maps/Py8v8 Find more great content at http://www.matadornetwork.com
Views: 12055 Matador Network
Secret Places in Paris Tourists Don't Know ...
We all know the iconic landmarks and monuments of Paris but the City of Light has so many magnificent and interesting places that tourists miss out on. If you want to get up close and personal with the French capital, here are some of the secret places in Paris worth exploring. http://travel.allwomenstalk.com/secret-places-in-paris-tourists-dont-know Check also: Secret Places in London Tourists Don't Know ... http://travel.allwomenstalk.com/secret-places-in-london-tourists-dont-know 7 Places to Escape the Tourist Crowds ... http://travel.allwomenstalk.com/places-to-escape-the-tourist-crowds 10 Wonderfully Secret Tourist Destinations ... http://travel.allwomenstalk.com/wonderfully-secret-tourist-destinations 8 over-rated Tourist Places ... http://travel.allwomenstalk.com/over-rated-tourist-places 17 Destinations Where the Motto is "Chillax" ... http://travel.allwomenstalk.com/destinations-where-the-motto-is-chillax
Views: 8605 WMN
Eiffel Tower: 5 SECRET spots for PERFECT pictures!
5 charming, beautiful streets to take perfect photos of just you and the Eiffel Tower! No more cliché pictures - snap it like a local! Follow me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/letsparis Photographer: Olivia Heringer https://instagram.com/oliviaheringerphoto This is a shorter, english-captioned version of the one I made in Portuguese. Veja o vídeo em português e com mais dicas aqui: https://goo.gl/NByfqR
Views: 996 Let's Paris
The Best Food in Paris with Secret Food Tours Paris | Paris Vlog Days 1 and 2
Thank you so much to Secret Food Tours Paris for such an amazing time! Travel Blog: http://www.aglobalstroll.com Travel Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/aglobalstroll Drone Work: www.eosfilmco.com All gear used to film the video can be found below: Main SLR camera Canon 5Dmkiii- http://amzn.to/2llsw1j Main lens 24-70mm f2.8ii- http://amzn.to/2kUiiob Good wide lens 16-35mm f2.8- http://amzn.to/2kzAxvF Steady handheld shots with Osmo- http://amzn.to/2l9A4Ce Main point and shoot Canon g7x- http://amzn.to/2kLGSFb Same camera but newer version- http://amzn.to/2lldpVJ MUSIC BY: - Celestial Bodies Instrumental Circus Waltz - Silent Film Light by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100291 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Disclaimer: This video is not sponsored.
Views: 18725 Natasha T.
Top 10 Most SECRET Places in Paris
in this video i will share you Top 10 Most SECRET Places in Paris
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Secret Spot In Paris ! (MUST VISIT)
I hope you like this video with the 1st secret place in Paris. don't forget to subscribe with notifications. Secret Place Address : Design Et Nature 4 Rue d'Aboukir, 75002 Paris MERCH : https://teespring.com/stores/mkjourney PODCAST : https://anchor.fm/mkjourney Follow me on : INSTAGRAM : mkjourney1 Facebook : malikjourney Twitter : @malikjourney Snapchat : mkjourney1 Paris is beautiful !
Views: 377 MKJOURNEY
Top 10 Hidden Gems in Paris
Top 10 Hidden Gems in Paris Subscribe: http://bit.ly/MojoTravels You’ve all seen the Seine and the Eiffel Tower, let’s look for something new. Welcome to MojoTravels and today we're counting down our picks for the Top 10 Hidden Gems in Paris. For this list, we’re looking at the spots that savvy travellers and locals know adore in the City of Love. 10: Nose 9: Cinéma en Plein Air 8: Covered Passages 7: L'Oiseau Blanc 6: Shakespeare and Company 5: The Eiffel Tower Apartment 4: Rue Lepic 3, 2, 1 . . ?? #HiddenGems #Paris #Travel
Views: 1149 MojoTravels
WHAT IS TRUE...'REAL' PARIS LIKE ...? WELL, its not where to scarf down a baguette or pizza (far too many new & hidden places to ever make a list, which would be useless before being proof-read...pleeeeze)!!... and it's not where to buy that new bag, etc. REAL PARIS --aside from the simply stunning, extraordinary museums, galleries, landmarks and parks, IS ABOUT THE PLACES REAL PEOPLE LIVE, HANG OUT THE REAL STREETS AND HIDEAWAYS THAT CONSTITUTE MOST PEOPLES LIVES. This little sealed off lane-way, in the 14th, is a classic example. Not the abode of the wealthy or the famous, just folks who managed to find a cool, urban oasis, quiet and withdrawn, despite being in noisy area. There is no name for this lane...it just is...and like much of the magical pageantry of Paris, it is hidden right in front of you! PLEASE SUBSCRIBE....
Views: 390 60seondparis
Secrets of Paris
Follow me as I travel around Paris exploring different esoteric movements that helped shape the modern world.
Views: 1978 Exploring Traditions
10 Hidden Places In Paris.....MUST WATCH !!!
Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, The Louvre....you know these famous places and must have been to them on your trip to Paris. But did you know these 10 lesser famous yet very interesting historic place in Paris.
Views: 604 Vibrance
iFly TV: Little Secrets of Paris
In this edition of iFly KLM Magazine we fly you to a Paris, city of love. Fashionista Kasia Dietz shows us the hidden gems of her beloved city.
Views: 13156 iflymagazine
Discover a Secret Fashion Time Capsule in Paris
A Secret Journey to the Paris Fashion Time Capsule: • Private experience for no more than 6 guests • Full immersion into Maison Legeron’s two floor central Paris workshop • Led by Harriet Welty Rochefort, an award-winning American author on French culture and professor of journalism at Sciences Po. • Meet and speak with Bruno Legeron, the 4th-generation owner of the last independent fashion workshop (pictured above) • Discover the process of hand-making silk flowers and fine feather work • Understand the fashion industry’s recent transformation and why Chanel, Louboutin, and many others still rely on Legeron’s unique “savoir-faire” • Ends with a glass of champagne and a gift of a silk camelia • Total experience lasts 2.5 hours Secret Journey No. 1 "Maison Legeron" is available to book now on a privatized basis only. Monday to Friday. Prices for our experiences are available upon demand. If you'd like to discover the last independent fashion workshop of its kind in Paris, send us an email at [email protected] Read the full article: http://www.messynessychic.com/2018/10/02/discover-a-secret-fashion-time-capsule-in-paris/
Views: 5438 Messy Nessy Chic
Inspiration in Hidden Places: Paris Behind the Scenes
http://stylelikeu.com After four years of neglecting to share the sparks and energy of our shoots, we decided to document the enchantment of our recent trip to Paris for our second behind-the-scenes video. Watch our first behind-the-scenes video http://stylelik.eu/1igghKk YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/stylelikeu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stylelikeu Twitter: https://twitter.com/StyleLikeU Tumblr: http://stylelikeu.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/stylelikeu# Buy Our New Book, True Style Is What's Underneath: The Self-Acceptance Revolution: https://www.amazon.com/True-Style-Whats-Underneath-Self-Acceptance/dp/0789332868?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
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12 Weirdest Things Found in Paris
Here are the 12 weirdest places to visit and the strangest things you will find when you travel to Paris, France like scary catacombs. Subscribe to Hectic Express http://goo.gl/PTUyyV # 8 Cemetery of the Dogs Cemetery of the Dogs is reportedly the oldest pet cemetery in Europe, opened first in 1899. The grave of famous dog actor Rin Tin Tin rests here as well as a racehorse and several other pets. Many of these cemeteries are decorated with custom dog statues and dog toy offerings. There are even stone dog houses instead of mausoleums. With a small fee paid to enter, you are free to wander the tombs and interact with the stray cats that are taken care of on the site. # 7 Famous Hair The Museum Carnavalet is considered one of the most important museums in Paris which tells the founding and history of Paris. The museum is composed of two 16th century mansions and decorated with the four seasons to emulate the passage of time. It includes art, painting, and sculptures to show but many people are more interested in the more quirky and obscure collection of items from throughout Parisian history. These included Napoleon’s toiletries, Marie Antoinette’s personal worldly goods and even a small amulet with a locket of hair from Maximilien Robespierre, a key figure of the French Revolution. # 6 Dead and stuffed rats If you’re sick of seeing the real life rats scurrying around Paris streets, then you might want to head over to Julien Aurouze and Co for a refreshing view of dead rats. Originally founded in 1872, the Julien Aurouze and Co specializes in pest control - specifically, rat killers. They have evidently been successful as they are still in business to this day. They advertise their rat-killing prowess by displaying stuffed rats hung by the neck right at their storefront. You might remember this shocking display having a cameo in a pivotal scene in the movie Ratatouille. # 5 Strange Paintings The Louvre is a world renowned museum of art you’ll find some of the most famous and celebrated images in the art world including the infamous Mona Lisa. Among them is a truly bizarre painting of Good King Henry IV’s mistress Gabrielle d’Estrées. It depicts her and her sister completely topless with her sister pinching her nipple. While her sister pinches her chest she holds the coronation ring of the Good King Henry and somehow this is all meant to depict maternity. # 4 Musée Dupuytren The Musée Dupuytren is one of the city’s weirdest hidden gems. It was a wax museum that collected anatomical wax figures that illustrated diseases and malformations of the body. It was originally established almost 200 years ago in 1835 and has since grown to have around 6,000 objects in their collections. Inside you can find wax castings, bones, body parts in jars as well as photographs and paintings. If you’re into realistic replicas of malformed bodies in jars, this is the place for you. Unfortunately, as of March 2016 it was closed indefinitely and being moved to a new location where it will be open by appointment only by September of 2016. # 3 Museum of Vampires and Legendary Creatures Up a gravel path and into a black entrance you can find a creepy garden, plastic bats, and vast collection of references to vampires across history. The owner Jacques Sirgent has spent a lifetime studying vampirism, esoterism, and folklore and collecting related items. In the museum, you can find the history of Paris wherein vampiric rituals were once practiced, superstitions of the undead, and where Christianity actively crusaded against “cannibal sorcery”. If supernatural history and weird occult things are up your alley, then this is the dark, dark place for you. # 2 Deyrolle Taxidermy At Deyrolle Taxidermy you can find a plethora of beautiful dead animals. It was founded by Emile Deyrolle in 1831 and has been its current 19th-century two-story building since 1881. Inside you can find exotic taxidermy and specimens in jars as well. Today you can find anything from a taxidermied cat to a polar bear. Even things like crabs are turned into pieces of beautiful art. # 1 The Catacombs The Catacombs of Paris have a story as old as the city itself. In and around Paris are limestone quarries, the source of Paris's original growth spurt. In 1785 the cemeteries in Paris were overflowing, causing health problems and creating a putrid stench that penetrated the air around the whole city. It took 30 years for the remains of the cemeteries to be moved into the quarries, where they created The Catacombs of Paris. To this day, more than 200 miles of tunnels are lined with the remains of deceased Parisians. Their bones form intricate patterns along the walls creating both a beautiful and completely creepy atmosphere. After security issues and incidents of theft, the Catacombs that are viewable by the public have been limited to a very small portion.
Views: 14905 Hectic Express
My Favourite Hidden Gems in Paris | Vlogmas day 19!
Vlogmas Day 19! My Favourite hidden gems in Paris! Secret restaurant, Le Marais & a live jazz band! Please SUBSCRIBE here! http://bit.ly/2de1gQj *My end screen was created by Maggie Aikawa, here's her links!: Instagram: www.instagram.com/maggie.aikawa/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/maggieaikawa/ Portfolio: www.maggie.cl Opening Intro was created by Kalani Kiyohara Hi! I'm Taylor, I'm originally from a small town near Toronto, Canada but now I'm currently living in Tokyo, Japan.☆ Agency: Satoru Japan ⭐︎ My channel is mostly lifestyle based, I love Daily Vlogs, DIYs, cooking, and just being happy & healthy! I also have a teacup poodle named Rosie that I love to bits! こんにちは!テイラーです!私はモデルとブロガーです。私は今、日本に住んでいる! 私はヘア、メイク、健康, ファッション がだいすきです!そして私のいぬ!♡ モデル エージェンシー サトルジャパン ⭐︎ Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/taytay.official Twitter: https://twitter.com/iamtay_tay Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Taylor.R.Official Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/taytay_xx/ Main Website: http://lovetaylor.com/ Rosie's instagram: https://www.instagram.com/littlerosie_xx/ WHAT I'M WEARING IN THIS VIDEO: MUSIC BY: Andrew Applepie www.andrewapplepie.com https://soundcloud.com/andrewapplepie MY EQUIPMENT:my camera- Canon 70D https://goo.gl/uGy6B1 Wide Lens https://goo.gl/JuSQpY pancake lens (tight lens) https://goo.gl/oMPxg2 Rode Microphone https://goo.gl/ImQK8E Drone- Phantom 4 https://goo.gl/WRuFtE vlogging camera- Canon G5x https://goo.gl/4s4ZQP Joby GorillaPod https://goo.gl/q1Z16q *If you're reading this, tell me if you know any secret hidden gems in Paris?!* ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ♥︎ Contact ♥︎ [email protected] (business only) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ モデル エージェンシー サトルジャパン SATORU JAPAN *If you want to send me something (a letter or anything! ^.^), please send it here!:*Satoru Japan7f, 6-12-1 Minamiaoyama, Minato, Tokyo 107-0062 attention: Taylor R Thanks for watching See you tomorrow! ❤
Views: 78508 Taylor R
Travel vlog from Europe leg of our World Tour. 3am in Paris France at a secret prohibition themed speakeasy bar hidden in the back of a pizza parlor. We drank absinthe too ... which is said to make you hallucinate and is banned in the USA crazy night lol shout out to the staff at Moonshiner for having us. Paris night life is super lit. thanks for all the love #eraSQUAD [email protected] my friends :) [email protected] SUBSCRIBE - http://bit.ly/EvanVlogs MAGIC & PRANKS - http://youtube.com/EvanEraTV SHOP HERE - http://www.EvanEraTV.com SNAPCHAT: http://www.snapchat.com/add/EvanRosenman TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/EvnEra INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/EvanRosenman Send Mail To PO BOX 943 Crestwood KY 40014 This is my life as a Father of my daughter Ava here in my home state of Kentucky. I've made videos on YouTube since 2011 and vlogs since 2013. I love you all #eraSQUAD!! http://youtube.com/EvanEraVlogs
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The Hidden Bar in Montmartre
Hotel Particulier Montmartre - half of the fun is figuring out how to get in, so I'll be leaving that part out. Otherwise today was supposed to be dedicated to finding the best chausson aux pommes in Paris - and of course that led to some serious Space Invader hunting. Help me make more videos at http://patreon.com/jayswanson and then find me on the internet in all of the usual spots: http://twitter.com/jayonaboat http://instagram.com/jayswanson (me) http://instagram.com/mindofjayswanson (books) http://facebook.com/jay.swanson.author Music by: My name is Jay Swanson - I'm an American writer living in Paris on an artist visa and hoping to make the city of light my home base - at least for the foreseeable future. I write science-fiction and fantasy, vlog daily (when I'm not on a between-season break), and love pizza a little too much. FAQ: How long have you lived in France? On and off for over two years. What do you miss most about ho- NACHOS You're always talking about living on some ship. WHAT SHIP? - This ship: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MV_Africa_Mercy Where are you from originally? Pullman, Washington - a small university/agricultural town near Idaho (and yes, the potatoes are amazing). What do you film with? I currently film almost exclusively with my Samsung Galaxy S7: http://amzn.to/2sXEL4g How do you get those shots where you're walking or running? A Joby Gorillapod for smartphones, like this: http://amzn.to/2sXNIL3 You drop your phone a lot, how does it survive? THIS CASE IS AMAZING: http://amzn.to/2hoxgTA What do you edit with? Adobe Premiere - it's pretty much all I've ever used since high school. Aren't you ever freaked out by leaving your camera behind to film yourself? Yep. But not too badly - I tend to be careful when I do. Why are you living in #Paris? Because I've always wanted to. https://youtu.be/4Vivf6MqMxQ But what are you doing there? https://youtu.be/ZW2RP--DO8Y Do you speak French? Oui. Do you make money off YouTube? Ha, no. I wish. Can I come stay with you in Paris? - Have you seen my apartment? It's too small for me as it is! https://youtu.be/6t2qj3rdyX8 OK, but how do I use the Metro when I'm there? I made a handy video for you: https://youtu.be/T0YS5si8bJs
Views: 8522 Jay Swanson
One of Marcy Tilton's Secret Places in Paris
Marcy Tilton in the Palais Royal in Paris, a favorite place in my favorite city.
Views: 334 Marcy Tilton
9 Secrets Hidden in Famous Monuments
From Lady Liberty’s surprising little secret, to what’s possibly lingering behind the tomb at Yale, here are 9 Secrets Hidden in Famous Monuments Subscribe to American Eye http://goo.gl/GBphkv 4. Skull and Bones Tomb There are certainly secrets located within the Skull and bones tomb found at Yale University in Connecticut. This is the high profile University where many influential people including 5 presidents have graduated. An organized secret society, known as the skull and Bones society, is extremely exclusive about who they let join. The members of the society are commonly referred to as bonesmen and their main facility is referred to as the tomb. New member must drink fake blood from a real skull. They get their name because rumor has it that they go out at night and steal bones Some claim that the Skull and Bones society is focused on a conspiracy for world control and is a branch of the illuminati. The tomb have become a landmark at Yale and has become a famous symbol of secret societies. It wasn’t originally a tomb but constructed to look like one. Rumors have it that bones from dug up by member of the society from native american burial grounds were placed here. 3. Statue of Liberty You might be familiar with the Statue of Liberty in New York City as a symbol of power, freedom and as a gift from a friendly nation. However you might not know that Lady Liberty might not be so lady like after all. First of all, it’s very possible that the Statue of Liberty is representing the Sun God Helios, who was featured at the colossus of Rhodes. The seven little pointy things coming out of the statue of liberty’s head was never actually associated with libertas in ancient Roman times, who many claim the statue represents. However we can find plenty of portrayals of rays coming out of Helios head without any coming out of the goddess libertas’ head. Colossus was created in the 3rd century BC with a crown of solar rays like we see here, and depicted holding a torch. The Statue of Liberty has also be known as the new colossus. And the closer you really look at it’s face you can kind of get the idea that it might actually be a man. This photo here displays an early model of the statue of liberty at the paris before being transported in it’s original condition and it looks quite different. What about the hair? Priests of ancient cults were known to wear longer wigs as well as robes plus helios as also been depicted with long hair in many cases. Anyways, you would imagine they would have given her a little more of a feminine face if it was meant to be a woman right? This was originally named Liberty Enlightening the world, kind of like what a sun god would do?. We encourage you to look into this one further on your own and let us know what you think. 2. Place de la Concorde If you’ve ever been to the beautiful city of Paris, you might have seen a bizarre ancient Egyptian obelisk in the heart of the city. On one side is the famous champs-elysees, the other side is the seine river. At first glance you might be wondering what this obelisk is doing there or what it’s actually representing. It takes a little further examination to understand completely why. Keep in mind, the exact location where king Louis the 16th was executed by the guillotine at the place de la concorde in Paris, stands stands this Obelisk, which is also the same symbol adopted by the freemasons, seen in the washington monument. France and the US have quite a bit in common. Freemasonry was accepted by France around 1730 which rose to the philosophy of revolutions. Before you know it, a few decades go by, and King Louis the 16th was executed by a reckless mob of anarchists. Some are quite firm to believe that the placing of the obelisk at this location was because of the secret brotherhood we refer to as the Freemasons. 1. Leaning Tower of Pisa This famous monument is basically only known for its lean but there’s also quite a few secrets this tower is holding onto that you might find interesting. This engineering blunder took 200 years to complete but only within 5 years of it’s construction, it began to lean just a little. Not only is this famous monument in Pisa, Italy about to topple over any day now, the Italian government prefers it to look that way. That’s right, this tower is basically a hoax so tourists can come and visit it. After spending plenty time trying to ensure that the tower doesn’t fall over, they’ve decided to let it lean just enough so that it stays unique. They know darn well how to fix that thing so it could stand straight but that wouldn’t bring in too much tourism and it would just be like any other lame renaissance tower
Views: 574621 American Eye
Secret Food Tour Paris - Eat Drink Travel Play
Wildly passionate about French Food? On this episode of Eat Drink Travel Play we discover a Secret Food Tour that gives a true taste of the Parisian lifestyle.
Paris Catacombs Found BONES and Secret Room
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Secret Food Tour Paris!!!
Do you love to eat?!?! Me too!!! Check them out here https://www.secretfoodtours.com/
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Paris Vlog: Day 2 - Secret Food Tours & The Louvre
I go on my delicious Parisian food tour by Secret Food Tours and finally make it to the Louvre! Grab my e-book and learn "How to Travel On As Little As $500": https://www.wanderlustmyway.com/downloads/travel-little-500/ Check out more travel tips at https://www.wanderlustmyway.com Get $40 off of your first airbnb booking here: http://www.airbnb.com/c/mwise107 Let's connect on social media: https://www.instagram.com/wanderlustmyway https://www.facebook.com/wanderlustmyway https://www.twitter.com/wanderlustmyway
Views: 522 Wanderlust, My Way
Secret Spots of Paris
More Europe Tips... http://www.petergreenberg.com Paris, and France, are among the most popular destinations in the world. And of course, everyone has heard of the big attractions like Louvre, Eiffel Tower, and Notre Dame Cathedral. But it's actually the lesser-known spots in Paris that can really give you an interesting taste of the city.
Views: 6009 Peter Greenberg
Paris Catacombs – More Than Bones and Tunnels. Inside the Secret Rooms
Paris, the city of lights, love and...Underground dungeons and tunnels, also known as The Paris Catacombs. They're open to the public, but only experienced urban explorers know about the secret rooms that can be found in underground Paris as well. These Secret rooms make an up to a 170-mile long maze, where any entrance is forbidden because getting lost in Paris catacombs is almost a guarantee. Yet that does not stop the so ca-called cataphiles and mysterious secret society members from finding their ways into these places and making trouble for the special Catacomb Police Force, the Cataflics. Subscribe to Bored Panda (https://goo.gl/4Uzh6o) and watch it till the end. Please be sure to leave a like and a comment! VOICE-OVER: The Voiceover Beard https://instagram.com/the.voiceover.beard / https://thevoiceoverbeard.com MUSIC: (TMNT remix) - A_Rival - https://rivalrivalrival.bandcamp.com UPRIGHT MUSIC - https://upright-music.com PHOTOGRAPHY/FOOTAGE: Kim Badawi - https://art.kimbadawi.com Four37 Productions (Jordan Currier) - https://vimeo.com/four37productions / https://www.facebook.com/four37productions Resistance pictures - https://youtube.com/user/theresistancerises / https://facebook.com/resistancepictures/ Refauvelet Joss - https://vimeo.com/user5531341 BJUICE - https://vimeo.com/41021878 Bradley L. Garrett - http://bradleygarrett.com / https://vimeo.com/bradleygarrett Benjamin Geronimi / FRAME - https://vimeo.com/bengeronimi Florian Marhic - https://vimeo.com/florianmarhic Steve Ronin - http://instagram.com/steveronin / http://YouTube.com/sunsteprising Groupe Esra - https://www.esra.edu Agence WATO Paris - https://agence-wato.com Yannick Gorre - https://vimeo.com/yannickgorre Bucket List Boys - https://youtube.com/channel/UCvyCFfuFoNYSy208D7B6fiQ / https://instagram.com/thebucketlistboys / https://facebook.com/thebucketlistboys Subscribe to Bored Panda channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCydKucK3zAWRuHKbB4nJjtw?sub_confirmation=1 Visit Bored Panda website: https://www.boredpanda.com Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/boredpanda/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/boredpanda/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/boredpanda
Views: 16634 Bored Panda
Disneyland Paris' secret beauty spot
It's my last vlog from Disneyland Paris. I thought there'd be time for more, but there wasn't - and no regrets, because this little enclave in fantasyland is almost like a secret. It's so beautiful and amazingly themed and is the ultimate example of the impressive detail built into every nook and cranny of this amazing park
Views: 16474 JustinScarred
More Favorite Hidden Paris Cafés
―I'm sorry that I had to take off the addresses due to recent youtube policy changes. But the café names are listed below my book info, along with métro stops. ―MY BOOK, Poisoned by Pollution: An Unexpected Spiritual Journey: http://www.amazon.com/Poisoned-Pollution-Unexpected-Spiritual-Journey/dp/1438965028/ -Musée de la Vie Romantique: (Métro: Pigalle, Blanche, Saint-Georges) -Le Café Jacquemart-André: (Métro: Miromesnil or Saint-Philippe-Du-Roule) -L'Ebouillante: (Métro: Hôtel de Ville)
Views: 27318 Anne Lipscomb
10 best places to see in Paris
http://www.vidtur.com/attractions-in-paris/ Visiting Paris could be an overwhelming experience. But with our Paris top 10 attractions" video guide, you will know which place you must visit. Get a taste of landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, Champs-Elysees, Arc de Triumph, Siene, Moulin Rouge, Lido, Crasy Horse, Eurodisney and many other places you must see in your next vacation in the city of lights.
Views: 1827039 Vidtur
10 Secret Places Hidden in Plain Sight!
🎧Subscribe to The Matthew Santoro Podcast!: YouTube: http://bit.ly/MSPodcastYouTube Apple: http://bit.ly/MSPodcastApple Spotify: http://bit.ly/MSPodcastSpotify Google: http://bit.ly/MSPodcastGoogle Soundcloud: http://bit.ly/MSPodcastSoundCloud All other platforms: https://anchor.fm/matthewsantoro Follow me!: Twitter: http://twitter.com/MatthewSantoro Instagram: http://instagram.com/MatthewSantoro Facebook: http://facebook.com/MatthewSantoro Snapchat: http://snapchat.com/add/matthewsantoro 🐋Follow my daily amazing fact account - The Fact Maniac!: Twitter: http://twitter.com/FactManiac Facebook: http://facebook.com/FactManiac Instagram: http://instagram.com/FactManiac 📦My PO box: Matthew Santoro 645 W 9th St Unit 110-120 Los Angeles CA 90015 United States 📒Get a copy of my book: http://bit.ly/MindBlownBook Sources https://pastebin.com/ML1etEgr
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10 Secrets Hidden Inside Famous Locations
See more at www.brilliantnews.com We all recognize these World Famous emblematic landmarks, but you'll be surprised to discover the secret places hidden inside each of them. From secret rooms to hidden bathrooms, discover them all as we look at 10 Secret Places Hidden Inside Famous Landmarks. 10. The Eiffel Tower, Paris Gustav Eiffel, the man who's company built the Eiffel Tower was no fool, as he built in a secret apartment for himself right at the top. This is where Monsieur Eiffel would greet esteemed guests, including Thomas Edison. Today the secret room is open to the public. 9. One Times Square, New York We all recognize the famous building caked in video screens. But what's inside? Surprisingly nothing! Well, not nothing, but the building is full of abandoned offices as the company that owned it went bankrupt in 1992 and sold it to an advertising firm. 8. Mount Rushmore, South Dakota Within this historical landmark is a secret room sculpted into the rock. Hidden inside behind a 1200 hundred pound granite capstone, are the USA’s most important documents, including the Declaration of Independence. 7. City Hall subway station, New York The City Hall subway station has been abandoned since 1945 as the new trains were too long for making such a sharp turn in the tunnel. You can see City Hall now however, if you stay on train No. 6 until the end of the line when it turns back using that station. 6. Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas There is a wide system of hidden tunnels beneath the main entertainment street of Las Vegas which are currently home to several hundred homeless people. The tunnels run for miles passing under iconic places like Caesar's Palace, and despite the occupants, can flood with over a foot of water with very little warning. 5. The Empire State Building, New York Everyone knows there’s a lookout platform on floor 102, sure. However, if you work there or are a VIP, you can enjoy the view from the 103rd floor too, where there’s a secret room with a low balcony. 4. The Papal Apartments, Vatican Within the Vatican, the Pope conducts meetings with world leaders in Cardinal Bibbiena’s former bedroom. Hidden inside this meeting place is an entrance to a secret bathroom decorated by Raphael Santi in 1516 with anything but Holy paintings. 3. Cinderella Castle, Disney World Inside the magical Disney Castle there is actually a luxury apartment suite. However even the world's richest millionaire's can't reserve it. The only way to stay there is by being lucky enough to win Disney World's suite lottery every January. 2. Statue of Liberty’s torch, New York There used to be a staircase leading up to the balcony inside the torch that Lady Liberty holds. But in 1916, the torch was damaged by an explosion, and tourists were banned from it forever. The torch was replaced in 1986, however it still remains closed to the public. 1. Niagara Falls, Canada Carved into the side of the Niagara Gorge is the small "Cave of the Evil Spirit." According to Indian legend, many years ago an evil spirit became trapped in this cave. From then on, everyone who visits it will be cursed with a life of misfortune. Which of these secret places surprised you the most? Comment Below!
Views: 4894566 Brilliant News
Hidden Gems | Paris, France
Journey through the romantic streets of the city of love to experience Paris’ lesser-known spots with Trafalgar Travel Director, Jonathan, as he inspires us on his favourite Hidden Gems. A proud local, Jonathan immerses you in a side of Paris that’s off the tourist track, to show some of his personal favourite treasures, and how you truly live The Good Life when you travel with Trafalgar. To discover our trips to Paris, visit trafalgar.com and subscribe to our channel for more.
Views: 1191 Trafalgar
Paris and its hidden places VDEF
Let's discover the new group of 6 exploratory in Paris. Hidden areas have no secrets for us
Views: 121 Anaïs Hémery
Secrets and Hidden Mickey's at Disneyland Paris
Secrets and Hidden Mickey's at Disneyland Paris Subscribe to our channel http://www.youtube.com/filipv
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3 SECRET Places at Disneyland
OFFHAND MERCH IS ON SALE NOW: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/offhandshop/ Disneyland isn't that large compared to all the other Disney Parks in the world, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have its fair share of secret nooks and crannies. Join me in the park as we set out to find 3 SECRET PLACES around Disneyland. Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/OffhandDisney Donate on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/OffhandDisney
Views: 96515 Offhand Disney
Paris gardens and secret Places of Olivier Lalin
Secret Paris Places by Destination wedding photographer Olivier Lalin.
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10 FAMOUS Places Built by Secret Societies
From the eerily bizarre Denver Airport to entire capital cities, here are 10 Famous Places Built by Secret Societies. Subscribe to American Eye http://goo.gl/GBphkv 10. The Luxor Las Vegas 9. Georgia Guideline Stones 8. The London Eye 7. Denver Illuminati Headquarters 6. Skull and Bones Tomb 5. House of the Temple 4. The Louvre Pyramid Paris has been another spot where many illuminati free thinkers originally made their first debut. The King Louis the 16 was executing, bringing about a new world order. The illuminati wants you to have the illusion that you live in a free democratic society but in all reality, they’re the ones calling the shots! Not long after, Napoleon began his regime to take over the world and many masterpiece around the world were relentlessly looted and stored at the Louvre. If you come here, you’ll notice quite a bit of artwork from places like Egypt, the Vatican, and Austria still on display. In a sense, it’s been a site of cultural domination of the world and it should come as no surprise that a large glass pyramid was placed in the main courtyard. Another strange coincidence might be that 666 pieces of glass were used to make it. The glass pyramid also makes it possible to “illuminate lower parts of the museum. This is just another bold move by the globalist elite to put their power right in your face. 3. Statue of Liberty? In recent years there have been many discussions on the true reasons the French decided to give us the statue of liberty. It appears as though this was a gift but actually from the French Freemasons to the american Freemasons to celebrate their victory overthrowing two powerful tyrants. It was designed by Frederic Bartholdi from colmar, France was a known freemason that joined the club in 1875. Being a member, he was well aware of freemason symbolism Today we see it as a patriotic monument, but if you think about it, what’s so patriotic about it. It’s displaying ancient goddess whose illuminating the harbor with her torch. Are we even for sure this is a woman anyways? This was originally named Liberty Enlightening the world which already seems kind of fishy. Priests of ancient cults were known to wear longer wigs as well as robes which seems a little bit something that might happen when the illuminati is conducting their secretive meetings and plotting world domination! The torch is off limits to the public unless you’re a member of the illuminati. It seems a like a perfect place for a headquarters 2. The UN Building Also located in New York City we’ll find the UN Headquarters and many have been a little suspicious of the UN to say the least. Many people believe that the illuminati involves members who are leaders of different nation. They will plot horrible things to in order to reduce our population and to keep a firm grasp over the world as we know it. The UN is known to have many of these world leaders in the same building at the same time which could ultimately be all members of the illuminati for all we know. While we’re on this topic, keep in mind that the Rockefellers and the Rothschild families, who are often associated with secret societies, donated the land in New York in order for this to be built. Why would wealthy private business families donate money and land in order for a building such as this to be constructed. Whatever way you want to think about it, there are still be a bunch of extremely powerful people in one building up to something. 1.Astana Kazakhstan Here’s another place where they could certainly be hiding and you’d have no idea! Astana Kazakhstan is the capital city of the country Kazakhstan and there’s probably a lot people who wouldn’t even be able to find this place on a map if they tried. This massive city was recently built only 20 years ago and when you take a look at the buildings, you kind of get an idea who’s funding it! This building here is known as the palace of peace and reconciliation. Who do they think they’re fooling! This is a pretty interesting place considering the fact that kazakhstan probably has more nuclear bomb craters than people. Another famous building they have here is what’s known as the Bayterek Tower often refered to as the sun tower. And doesn’t one else see a horned image of lucifer while checking out the google earth view?
Views: 24868 American Eye
Revealing SECRET Passages in Paris | APOP
The APOP Bucket List is available for FREE download on our website: http://www.aupairohparis.com/ Follow along with our walks and send us pictures and videos of your favorite places! Please let us know if you have any download problems by emailing [email protected] We're three walks in now and in this mini episode we're showing you some more of our favourite spots - the passages in Paris! Don't miss these as an au pair in the city - they're a great way to show off when friends and family come to visit! MUSIC: Caro Emerald - Pack Up The Louie PLACES WE VISIT http://aupairohparis.com/ - Paris Opéra - perfect place to feel fancy in Paris. - Passage des Panoramas - Bourse - skip in front of it but - Galerie Vivienne - Les Deux Plateaux - Jardin du Palais Royal - Le Nemours - remember that cute Parisian cafe where Angelina Jolie sat in The Tourist? This is it. - Louvre Pyramids and Palais - Pont du Carrousel Follow along with this walk from the APOP Bucket List and send us your pictures! We'd love to feature them on our website and Twitter! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Chat to us on Twitter if you have any suggestions or questions: https://twitter.com/aupairohparis Send us your love on Instagram, where we're featuring sketches of Paris from our lovely illustrator, Lucy: https://www.instagram.com/aupairohparis/ And download the APOP Bucket List for FREE from our website: http://www.aupairohparis.com/ There's a lot coming your way soon - we'll be featuring au pair stories over on our blog, so we'd love to hear from you if you have a funny or embarrassing story or even just a tip! Our book will also be available in 2018 so keep an eye out for that. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- APOP has the mission of helping au pairs in Paris. We empower you to have the best experience possible. We both spent twelve months in the city, mostly having a terrible time and feeling ridiculously homesick. It was hard to make friends, save money and deal with the responsibilities that come with being independent in a foreign country for the first time. After meeting each other, we decided that we want future au pairs to learn from our mistakes and to become part of a new community which empowers them to embrace their city. To promote the benefits and ease the difficulties of au pairing we created Au Pair, Oh Paris. We aim to support others through the challenges of au pair life by sharing stories, organizing events, leading trips, and fostering a network of au pairs in Paris who can help and learn from each other as well as have fun together! Sign up to enjoy the Au Pair, Oh Paris Bucket List and send us your favourite places from the list!
Views: 484 Au Pair, Oh Paris
7 Secret Places Hidden in Famous Undiscovered Locations
Hidden undiscovered places, maybe underground? With millions of tourists visiting the likes of the Great Sphinx, Disney World and the Tower of London every year..... Narration provided by JaM Advertising New Mexico www.tasteofjam.com We all know the Egyptian Pyramids are packed with secret rooms, great treasures and angry mummies who want to chew your face off, but what many don't realise is that the Great Sphinx of Giza is also hiding a few secrets of its own.What most people refer to as the Tower of London isn't really a tower at all, it's a castle, and this iconic landmark has stood on the north bank of the River Thames for nearly a millennia. There are actually two secret places inside the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, but they both had very different purposes. As you might expect, the future summerhouse of President-elect Donald Trump has a fair few secret rooms which are accessible only by high-command and the President himself. Sadly, Mount Rushmore doesn't contain the secret headquarters of Team America like the movie told us, but it is home to a large titanium vault full of historical documents called the Hall of Records.Ever since German agents caused an explosion in the Statue of Liberty torch room back in 1916, the public has been prohibited from taking a stroll past Lady Liberty's pits to the area atop her outstretched arm. Ever heard of the tennis tournament that takes place beneath Grand Central Station?
Views: 2525030 Strange Mysteries
Secret Paris with Juliette Sobanet - Trailer
https://www.gofundme.com/secretparis See Paris through the eyes of novelist Juliette Sobanet as she takes us to hidden and lesser-known places in Paris through her stories. https://www.gofundme.com/secretparis Follow Juliette on Twitter and Facebook https://twitter.com/SecretParis1 https://www.facebook.com/SecretParis1 or her website JulietteSobanet.com
Views: 881 Bret Hampton

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