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Cafe des chats.

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I finally did it! I visited the most charming cafe in Paris and it was more than puurrrfect. Okay, that was bad I’m sorry ;) But, do you still remember my post a long long time ago, when I told you that Paris would have their own cat-cafe?! I won’t blame you if you don’t remember it anymore because that was in 2013… I feel a bit ashamed that it took me so long to visit my little friends in Paris but, it was worth the waiting.

The first thing I saw when I arrived at the cafe were a few little pink noses curled up behind the window. The urge was to big for me to pet them. So I had to go inside as quick as I could go. For the hygiene I had to disinfect my hands before I could take place between the cats.

Their is a ground floor and a basement. The basement looked like an old cave, it was so cozy! It reminded me a bit of Shakespeare and company, an old English bookstore in Paris. Only here it was filled with a lot of cats instead of books, even better if you ask me!

All the food on the menu is organic and home made. You have to try the ‘romeo and julia’ tea, it was delicious. The best part still has to come…*drum-rolls*… it’s forbidden to feed the cats, so you can keep all the food for yourself and you won’t fall for their irresistibly puppy eyes.

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I want to give a big applause to the owner of cafe des chats, Margaux Gandelon. She really made a great home for these little friendly creatures. There were many cozy corners, tunnels, baskets, pillows and of course leather sofas where they can scratch all day! For me it was hard to believe that all these pretty cats where abandoned, found on the streets and adopted from shelters. I still don’t understand why humans can be so mean to leave these cats on their own. Gladly these cats were lucky and found a warm home with the love and attention they deserve, but there are still a lot of cats that wait for a home. So, I hope that everyone who want to buy a cat (or dog) don’t forget about all the lonely animals in the shelters. They are just as great as any other animal and ready to be petted.

If you want to visit cafe des chats, it’s advisable to make a reservation because the cats are really popular. It would be a shame if it’s full when you’re there. Oh, and don’t forget to read the rules about cafe des chats on their website. For example: sleeping cats may not be petted and you can take photo’s but without a flash!

Click here for their website to make a reservation, check out the rules or learn more about the cats.

Sweet dreams everyone or a really good morning ♥
Note: If you like you can share your experience or your thoughts about cafe des chats in the comment section below. 

 

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Cafe Le Quasimodo, Paris

Union soupIf you’re in Paris you have to try the union soup at cafe Le Quasimodo near the Notre Dame, it was soooo good!

The staff is friendly but does have their own will. In Paris, the customer won’t be treated like a king. I like that way of working because respect should come from both sides. You get what you deserve. If you are nice to them, they will be kind to you. A tip from me to you is: always be kind to the waiters working at French restaurants. Try to speak your best French and show them that you appreciate their work. Otherwise you end up at a little table right in front of the door ;)

Here’s the address of cafe Le Quasimodo.
11 Rue d’Arcole
 75004 Paris 

Sweet dreams everyone or a really good morning ♥

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Café les Deux Moulins.

wpid-20131210_100220.jpgToday we had breakfast at Cafe les Deux Moulis. It’s not just an ordinary cafe in Paris. No, it’s the cafe of Amélie Poulain, where she worked during the movie.

It didn’t looked exacly the same as in the movie because some things were different, like the surrounding and somethings in the layout of the cafe. But most things where the same, so I wasn’t dissapointed at all :)

I also visited the toilets of the cafe, that was fun. Not only because I thought about that hilarious part of the movie (I bet you know which part I mean) but also because they had a showcase with stuff from the movie. Check it out on the photo! Look at the gnomes, the photo’s of the gnome when he was “on vacation” and they got even the crazy lamp with the pig. Wish I could take that one home with me, haha!

It was totally worth to visit! The staff was very friendy and the prices were reasonable for such a famous cafe. Make sure you have a breakfast, lunch of diner there too. Don’t forget: Cafe les Deux Moulins!

If you could choose one item of the movie, to keep for yourself..what would it be? I would love to have that photo album with all those passport photos..or her cat ;)

Click here for the soundtracks of the movie Amélie!