French Open Tennis 2007
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The world’s most enchanting city is home to the 2007 French Open Tennis tournament.
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2007 French Open Tennis Restaurant Recommendations
La Tour d’Argent
15-17, quai de la Tournelle
Phone: (+33) 01-4354-2331
Hours: Closed all day Monday and Tuesday for lunch
Attire: Jackets and ties required for gentlemen
This 2007 French Open Tennis restaurant offers a beautiful unobstructed view of Notre-Dame. La Tour d’Argent is a two floor sophisticated dining experience, with the best wine list in the world.
108, bd du Montaparnasse
Phone: (+33) 01-4335-2581
Attire: Business dressy
A classic, upscale formal indoor dining experience is an excellent way to describe Le Dome. From the fresh seafood to the well-paced service, Le Dome is a wonderful place to start your 2007 French Open Tennis dining excursion.
15, rue Lamennais
Phone: (+33) 01-4495-1501
Hours: Monday through Friday Lunch 12:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m.
Dinner 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Attire: Jackets required for gentlemen
Taillevent is a small upscale townhouse with an award winning wine list. From the exceptional menus to the gorgeous contemporary art and nature-like layout, Taillevent is a restaurant you have to have on your 2007 French Open Tennis to-do list.
L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon
5, rue de Montalembert
Hotel Pont Royal
Phone: (+33) 01-4222-5656
Hours: Daily 11:00 a.m.- 2:00 a.m.
Attire: Business Casual
This 2007 French Open Tennis hot spot features an open kitchen, where guests sit at the red and black infused bar, watching skillful chefs prepare their food. The
2007 French Open Tennis Shopping Recommendations
La Galerie du Carrousel du Louvre
This underground mall is near the 2007 French Open Tennis city center and houses well known stores, such as Esprit, Sephora, the Virgin Megastore and others. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., La Galerie du Carrousel du Louvre is sure to offer the things you need. From music to perfumes to clothing, this should be your first 2007 French Open Tennis shopping stop.
Forum des Halles
This 2007 French Open Tennis shopping destination was a former food market until 1969. The shops were built underground, leaving room on the surface for a public park. Open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Forum des Halles is a wonderful source for clothing and other items. If 2007 French Open Tennis souvenirs are what you seek, you will find it here as well.
2007 French Open Tennis Attractions
6, pl Parvis de Notre-Dame
Phone: (+33) 01-4432-1672
This gothic landmark is the 2007 French Open Tennis city’s spiritual home. Built between the 12th and 14th centuries, the 387 steps up the landmark provides a gorgeous view of
Champ de Mars
Phone: (+33) 01-4411-2323
As another breathtaking tourist attraction in this 2007 French Open Tennis capital, the
Chateau de Versailles
Phone: (+33) 01-3083-7800
The home of Louis XIV, XV, and XVI is on display in the 2007 French Open Tennis city. From hand painted furnishings and details to the famous Hall of Mirrors, you cannot leave
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