Catherine - Guide

Catherine - Guide

Bonjour, my name is Catherine. I live in the heart of Paris. I’ve always loved to travel and, over the years, I developed it into a real art: the right addresses, the suitcase, how to manage fatigue with my Parisian look! From Cannes to Antigua, from the red carpet to Pilates, I have to live up to the reputation. I have small apartments in Paris that I rent out. I love to personally welcome my guests and give them some recommendations about life in Paris “living like a true Parisian and not like a simple tourist in an elegant private suit in the heart of the city”.

Il primo assaggio avviene sempre con gli occhi: la sensazione visiva di un piatto è importante quasi quanto il suo sapore. Molti considerano l'impiattamento come la ciliegina sulla torta, una fase finale del processo di realizzazione del piatto che può essere eseguita in maniera indipendente dal sapore della ricetta, invece, è diventato centrale, come cI spiegano tre de più grande chef francese…

She is genial, discrete and paradoxale… "I once said that I'm anti-consumerist, and that goes against the work I do. It caused a scandal: 'Who is she to think that? She is going against her clientele.' But I do fashion because I'm happy when somebody gets joy from a new garment. There is a magic side to this"…

Tutti gli anni, numerose esposizioni, talvolta di provenienza internazionale, vengono ospitate nei principali musei della capitale: qui di seguito una selezione degli eventi imperdibili della stagione 2018 e una panoramica della stagione 2019. Il successo dell’offerta culturale di Parigi è ormai un dato di fatto…

Arriving in Paris: relaxing after your journey
Your have just arrived. It is important you rehydrate by drinking lots of water in order to avoid muscle stiffness. After hours on a plane, your feet suffer and your legs feel heavy and tired. Once you are settled, take off your shoes and do the following:

IIn the Ville Lumière as elsewhere, the absence of sunshine is synonymous with gloom and periods of depression. It’s really true: the barometer of our mood varies according to the whims of the sun. The proof is that, in Paris, where the gray is omnipresent, a sunny day is always a beautiful day…

Biking through Paris

My friend Ann just arrive to Paris for studying at Sorbonne University. She rents an apartment for a few weeks in the quartier Latin, center Paris. As an avid biker in New York, she decided to travel by bike in Paris. “It is exhilarating to travel through Paris by bycicle at street level. It is an amazing experience and I encourage all of you that like biking to do the same but listen to those safety tips...

Daniel Boulud is one of the Michelin-stared French chefs. He proudly represents France abroad. He mainly exercises his art in New York where he has several restaurants, including the gastronomic “Daniel”: a magnificent homage to great French cuisine. In the décor of the historic Mayfair hotel, his table draws all Manhattan high society…

Staying “young” is the aim that most people want to achieve, and plastic surgery and invasive cosmetic techniques are the “remedies” used more and more often to contrast the ageing of our bodies. But are they really the only solution? Can we consider natural medicines and the holistic vision of the way we eat a more effective and healthy alternative? Dr Hervé Grosgogeat, the internationally acclaimed Parisian nutritionist answers these questions, offering us all the information we need to improve our diet and our lifestyle in order to prevent age-related disease, to obtain a more youthful face and body and a general condition of health and wellbeing…

Going gluten free is the new eating trend that’s a hot topic in Parisian conversations. It started as a diet for people with gluten sensitivity; now it’s a roaring success in all circles. People who have eliminated wheat, rye, barley and oats from their dinner plate claim they've never looked back, with better digestion, more energy, and disappearing pounds…

The chignon is one of the classic hairdos. It’s smart for all occasions, a cocktail party, the next wedding or simply, as a smart solution, to show off your doll’s face and accessorize it with long earrings. The chignon bun is still “the” Parisian hairstyle of the moment: it’s feminine, fun, classic and so simple to do! Moreover, it’s sexy and men love it… For a relaxed-messy look or the sophisticated red carpet version, in Paris, nobody can resist it! Learn how to create this sophisticated style right here …

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