Paris - Disneyland
Saint-Ouen - Paris
is amazing, I fell in love with it and so do most people. I have to say the Eiffel Tower and the more touristy sites were a little bit of a disappointment. On the other hand Montmartre and places like the Sacre Couer were amazing. But seriously screw what they say about French attitude, people are fantastic.
The Montmartre area is the "real"
, away from all of the tourist and stuff. Eat at a cafe. Watch out for pushy guys in the Red Light District.
If you stay in the centre of the city you'll have no problem finding a hotel that's close to the metro. Like in any big city, some neighbourhoods are better than others. I would highly recommend St. Germain or the Marais, both of which are really charming areas in
-- central, easy to reach the big attractions, plus near restaurants and cafes. And they are safe for females on their own.
is good only to get quality French perfume. All the rest in this awful city is not worth even thinking about it.
is a great city. Don't believe the hype about the attitude. Check out the Eiffel Tower at night. The lights and hundreds of people drinking in the park all night can make for a fun night. Walk up the tower instead of the elevator. It's easy and cheaper. Try French, it's easy and you'll get a much better attitude, as you will anywhere, when you use just a little of the lingo. Merci is not hard to say. Don't miss out on a great city.
"Les trois maillets" is great only for people who love the piano. If you hate jazz, it's not the place for you. My favourite is "le Vrai
," in the Montmartre area, which is the real Paris. The Latin Quarter area is really too sketchy.
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