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“Reading is a form of happiness that must be earned.” The Duke of Morny, who built the private mansion at 42 Avenue Gabriel in 1854, would doubtless have agreed with this quotation. The library that bears his name contains hundreds of books and mingles distinctive cuisine with the pleasure of conversation. Between wood paneling and opulent velvet drapes, insiders and epicureans come to savor the specialties of the contemporary restaurant La Pagode de Cos, for a romantic tête-à-tête or a confidential business lunch. Unless the call of afternoon tea summons devotees at other times...

42 avenue Gabriel. 75008 Paris. France
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