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Olivia Te Cuida

My favorite restaurant is Olivia Te Cuida, which means “Olivia takes care of you.” I eat almost all my meals there. It’s really tiny and cozy, and you toast your own bread for breakfast. It’s like being at home, but with strangers. 8 Calle Santa Teresa, +34-917-02-00-66

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Temple Of Debod

Close to the Royal Palace is the Temple of Debod. It’s an ancient Egyptian temple right in the middle of the city. You can watch the sunset from there—all the views are amazing. 1 Calle Ferraz, +34-913-66-74-15

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Paseo Del Prado

The first place I Take Visitors is Paseo del Prado. We’ll bring bikes or just walk around—the boulevard takes you past the Cibeles fountain, and nearby is the Royal Palace. Calle Bailén, +34-914-54-87-00

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Joséphine De La Baume's Guide To Paris

Joséphine de La Baume—designer muse, singer and star of indie hit Listen Up Philip—tells us where to drink, eat and dance in the City of Light.

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Palais-Royal

It’s nice to spend an afternoon walking around the Palais-Royal gardens. If you go during the weekend, there’s a string orchestra. You can’t get more Paris or romantic than that. Afterward get a coffee or fresh juice at Café Kitsuné nearby. 51 Galerie Montpensier, +33-1-40-15-62-31

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L'Eclaireur

To shop, I head to L’Eclaireur. There are a few of them in the city, but my favorite is in the Marais. It looks like a big industrial loft, and it sells everything from furniture to art to clothing. I buy a lot of men’s shirts there. 40 rue de Sévigné, +33-1-48-87-10-22

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Castor Club

For drinks, I like the cocktail bar Castor Club. It’s been kind of a secret until now. Downstairs there’s a cave where you can dance. Upstairs it looks a bit like a Swedish sauna. 14 rue Hautefeuille, +33-9-50-64-99-38

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