Place Georges Pompidou
As I mentioned not long ago I am in love with tubes. So Centre Pompidou has to be my winner in this category. The design shop inside isn't bad too and also the people sitting outside at the entrance area are worth a closer look.
14 Rue de Normandie
There is nothing better than ending an exhausting day at Paris Fashion Week with an incredibly nice pizza at La Briciola. Hidden in a dark corner of Marais, the place guarantees comfort and satisfaction.
Plaisirs et Pains
215 Rue Saint-Honoré
Maybe this was the very highlight of the whole trip: the pain au sésame avec poulet rôti et légumes citron - orgasms for your tongue!
8 Rue Sainte Croix de la Bretonnerie
The tiniest and most crowded place I've ever been too. But it's worth the claustrophobic attacks: great clothes for very very good prices. A shirt for 3 Euro! A pair of jeans for 10 Euro! Thanks to Kat Walks, Play and Laurent for the hint!
64 Rue Tiquetonne
A great selection of books and magazines. Vintage tote bags with German advertisement prints. And: short shorts for men!!! Come and get your pair...
Saucisse Sèche aux Noisettes
Available at Franprix
To remain true to myself I decided to bring along a very Horst-like souvenir: a sausage! Or to be more precise: a salami with hazelnuts.