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PARIS: Area around the Rue de Passy in the 16th

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MrsSchadenfreude Fri 09-Oct-09 21:27:53

What's it like?

LynetteScavo Fri 09-Oct-09 21:36:06

I had a friend who lived there...I like it...very gentile, IMO, but others may say boring.

If you have kids, I would say it's a safe bet.

LynetteScavo Fri 09-Oct-09 21:37:09

But that was ages ago...before I had DC's. Don't want to mislead you.

frakkinDIE Fri 09-Oct-09 21:40:42

Boring, but very good for accessing the international school. Plenty of expats.

I know that cafe on the corner of Lynette's photo - tis rather nice.

MrsSchadenfreude Fri 09-Oct-09 21:46:09

Well, I'll see how it goes. I don't want to live in the Parisian equivalent of Peckham, so dull might be nice.

MrsSchadenfreude Fri 09-Oct-09 21:46:31

What is the Parisian equivalent of Peckham? grin

LynetteScavo Fri 09-Oct-09 21:48:41

I'd say Fullham/Putney was the equivalent if that's any help.

LynetteScavo Fri 09-Oct-09 21:55:45


B'Anna Seems to be at a dinner party toinght. wink

BriocheDoree Sat 10-Oct-09 09:55:57

Fairly dull, but nice parks nearby and one patisserie with the best millefeuille I have ever eaten! However, I'm sure BonsoirAnna will have a better idea though. I've never actually lived in Paris...

BonsoirAnna Sat 10-Oct-09 09:57:18

Vile. My POLs live there (in avenue Mozart) and it is where DP grew up. Terribly, terribly boring.

BonsoirAnna Sat 10-Oct-09 10:00:24

If you want to live in the 16th, IMO the only bit that it is at all nice is the area around Avenue Victor Hugo.

slim22 Mon 12-Oct-09 02:02:06

Agree with Anna. I prefer along president wilson down to Alma myself.
7e arrondissement is just as proper but nicer, and of course rive gauche so it has to be better wink

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