Going to be in Paris at the end of April. Any suggestions?

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    Apr 03, 2009 7:52 PM GMT
    I am going to Paris at the end of April. I have been before and LOVE the city. I rented an apartment in the Latin Quarter and wondered if any of you boys/men (pick your preference) had any suggestions on fun places to hang out, eat, dance, etc. I am not particularly into the tourist traps, but I can be swayed.
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    Apr 04, 2009 12:17 AM GMT
    You lucky fucker!

    I've been twice, stayed in the Latin Quarter both times and loved it.. AMAZING CITY
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    Apr 04, 2009 2:37 AM GMT
    bsskate saidI am going to Paris at the end of April. I have been before and LOVE the city. I rented an apartment in the Latin Quarter and wondered if any of you boys/men (pick your preference) had any suggestions on fun places to hang out, eat, dance, etc. I am not particularly into the tourist traps, but I can be swayed.


    I'm jealous! I lived there for four months and miss it terribly.

    The Rue Ste. Croix de le Bretonnerie, in the Marais, has a few cafes. At the corner of R. Vieille du Temple and R. des Rosiers, there used to be a classic Parisian restaurant with a moderately priced menu. I'm not sure if it is still there. Things change quickly for cafes and restaurants in Paris.

    Rue Cler in the 7me Arr has many good choices.

    Also in the 7th, at the corner Av. Rapp and R. de Monttessuy is a night-time view that you will never forget.

    I hope I helped.
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    Apr 04, 2009 2:42 AM GMT
    bsskate saidI am going to Paris at the end of April. I have been before and LOVE the city. I rented an apartment in the Latin Quarter and wondered if any of you boys/men (pick your preference) had any suggestions on fun places to hang out, eat, dance, etc. I am not particularly into the tourist traps, but I can be swayed.


    There isn't a place in Europe I don't want to go to. I just hope you don't mind butter in all your new found favorite dishes when you go out to eat there. I don't! But, I just bring France to my kitchen :-( /sigh*
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    Apr 04, 2009 12:57 PM GMT
    Thanks for the posts you guys. I definitely feel fortunate to be able to get back to such a great city.

    8698 thanks for the info. I will most definitely be on the lookout for your recommended restaurant and I cannot wait to see the night-time view that you mention.

    Anyone else with any tips or suggestions?
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    Apr 04, 2009 1:38 PM GMT
    bsskate saidAnyone else with any tips or suggestions?

    I'll be phoning my ex-BF tonight, will ask him for tips to pass along. He lived in Paris 7 years, still owns an apartment there, visits a couple of times a year, speaks French, naturally. Though I lived in Europe myself for several years, my time in Paris was brief and too many years ago to be of any help.
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    Apr 04, 2009 10:32 PM GMT
    Super cool... Thanks Vespa!