La Réserve – Paris – France
If music softens manners, poetry is not far off in the art of flourishing minds. This is how Jean-Luc Naret imagined it by creating poetic breakfasts one Saturday a month in its setting of La Réserve.
On the 14th of April, it was the manes of Charles Baudelaire who were crossing the library of the place, between the piano and the inner court.
Under the soft voice of Olivier Barrot, we (re) discovered the too short life, the many vicissitudes and the poems that do not need adjectives to be qualified because superlatives in themselves.
The next sessions will take place Saturday, May 12 with Guillaume Apollinaire and Saturday, June 9 with Alfred de Musset. Back to school program.
I could not fail to walk next, under the kind conduct of Kader Bendjeddah, to discover the recesses of this beautiful mansion of the Duke of Morny, now owned by Michel Reybier.
Between the smokehouse, the bar, the Gabriel restaurant (article behind this link), the spa and the 16-meter swimming pool, it’s in a cocoon of luxury that your steps will take you. To discover one more day.
Bill of 130 euros for two people for breakfast, conference (intimate! Limited places) and a book of the author.
Date de la visite: 2018 Avril
Cadre d'exception ,Terrasse
Tel: 00 33 1 58 36 60 60
Adresse: 42 Avenue Gabriel, 75008 Paris