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Pack Your Paris Suitcase

ile-st-louisFive years ago, I started playing around with the idea of creating a website dedicated to all things Paris. At the time, though, I didn’t have a clue what I wanted that website to be. It was only during one of my extended stays in Paris—at a private party—that it all came together. I wanted this website to be like a grand salon in old Paris—a place where people came together and shared insider information. And thus was born Parisien Salon.

The website went live in June 2009 and, in the months since, we’ve found some incredible contributors for the site—people like Richard Nahem, Olivier Magny, Zeva Bellel, Susan Barbour, La Mom and the women at Haven in Paris. Because of these people, Parisien Salon became a resource for inside information about Paris. But we always wanted Parisien Salon to be even bigger. To offer more. And now it does.

Here’s what you’ll now be able to do on ParisienSalon.com:

  • Search for restaurants by arrondissement, price range and cuisine type. Just go to EAT on the top navigation bar and start your search. You can even rate a restaurant you’ve visited and post a review for your fellow users.
  • Find a shop by type and arrondissement. It’s all in SHOP.
  • Looking for something new to do or see on your next trip to Paris? You can narrow your search in SEE and DO.
  • You can rate any restaurant, shop or place you’ve visited and post a review for your fellow users.
  • Best of all, you can create your very own user suitcase and pack it with all the great things you find on Parisien Salon. Want to create an itinerary for your trip? Move your favorite restaurants, activities, shops and points of interest to your suitcase. You can even save articles you’ve read on Parisien Salon in there.

To create a suitcase, click on REGISTER on the top nav bar and create your user profile. Once you’ve logged in, just click on the MySuitcase icon on any detailed listing or article. Any time you’re logged in, you’ll be able to click on MySuitcase to see everything you’ve saved.

There will be even more added functionality coming to make planning your trip and extending your Paris experience even easier. And if there’s a shop, restaurant, point of interest or activity you’d like to suggest, feel free to let us know. In the meantime, enjoy the new and improved Parisien Salon.

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5 Responses to “Pack Your Paris Suitcase”

  1. This is just wonderful and a great addition! I did just click on Register and the page “couldn’t be found”: don’t worry,I’ll try again.
    And, I did just add a great tart shop, in my comment on the My Paris Favorites post…
    Thanks!

  2. Elise Moyse says:

    Linda,

    You are a genius!!! I read all your posts religiously (and have turned several friends in to fellow afficiondas)and so long to be back in Paris that it hurts. Parisien Salon helps and is spurring me on to get there as soon as possible. Now, you’ve made it so much easier. Amazing job (and writing)!!!

    xoxoxo,
    Elise

  3. winejourneys says:

    What a terrific service. Thanks so much. Just tried to register but received a ‘page couldn’t be found’ message. I’ll check back in a few days.

  4. Linda Donahue says:

    All of those pesky glitches have been ironed out. So go ahead-register away and start using the “suitcase” function now!

  5. Virginia says:

    Genius indeed! How did you know that try as I may, I can never keep up with all the wonderful things and places I want to see and do on my next trip? This may help and I thank you! I love your site and have many “Paris Moments’ ( thank you Meredith) each time I visit.
    Merci,
    V

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