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depends what type of music/place each of us is into

clubs with 20euro cover charge or guestlist plus techno/standard r&b music=not my thing

im curious about le paris paris because of the ipod battle thats it

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depends on what you like!!!
i prefer house.. there are plenty of luxurious hoockers in le cab but the music is gr8.. i am yung enuf not to need one of em.. ok for me lol:-P

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depends what type of music/place each of us is into

clubs with 20euro cover charge or guestlist plus techno/standard r&b music=not my thing

im curious about le paris paris because of the ipod battle thats it
mhn.. if you like a club support it:-P
the thing with 20 ect is personal point of view.. i spent by far much mroe than that when going out.. but paris is too expensive for drinking esp in le cab /le paris.

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i thought le paris paris didnt have a cover....?

anyway
ya, paris is too expensive for students, esp clubbing ...but i just wanna go once, just to say i went clubbing with all the french salopes

oh ya what about la scala? how is it
on may 3rd theres going to be a super show i cant believe im missing it arrgg

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i went there long time ago...... was pretty nice!
missed these partys:-P
live anywhere else but my heart is in paris:-)

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I've just came from Paris & it is hot like a hell, the sun is rolling over the heads ...I was really shocked, it is hotter than last year August & now it is only April ??!!
I couldn't complete my Fabourge St. Honore & Av. Montaign shopping.
so I decided to escape to an indoor space, I went to the Laffaytte & Printump & they were more hotter ..the A/C was off.

It is much cooler here in the Middle East at least I can see clouds & the A/C is always ON.

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wow, I'll be there in mid July and last year it was almost unbearable in July...

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Thanks so much for this thread, i've been in paris loads of times, but never for shopping

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Wot a shame!! i mean paris is gr8 but pretty expensive for shopping:-P

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I didn't find Paris that expensive at all actually. You can get great food (granted, not three course dinners..) for like 5e if you know where to look. Same goes for shopping.. Stay out of Lafayette and go to the smaller shops :p My favorite areas were the 5th and the 6th arrd.

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its much more expensive then milano/NY..but i mean expensive in term of hw mwuch ya get earned there. if you ever go to cafe paris/la cab ect.. sure there are places in paris where ya get cheap stuffs but pretty crap!!! btw,ya can't have BMW,super vacation ect when ya work there wit a decent job!!!

For shopping there are good places i knew actually paris very well cauz its one of my favourite place to go...

Im pretty sure that stockholm is expensive too.

Expensive or not depends on how much money yu spend in comparison to the similar services in other places

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Wot a shame!! i mean paris is gr8 but pretty expensive for shopping:-P
i've never been a paris girl, i'm more of a Lyon girl, but everytime i read about Paris i wanna go there

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yeah paris est fabuloux:-P
I had a freind who was in lyon for around a month holiday

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I would skip the two big "malls" which is very close, perhaps 30 seconds walking distance between them. I'm trying to remember the name, but can't. Anyone care to help me?

Anyway, really rude service at the "malls", few really good items, etc.

I had best experiences at Colette, John Galliano, Hermes & Marc Jacobs.

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I would skip the two big "malls" which is very close, perhaps 30 seconds walking distance between them. I'm trying to remember the name, but can't. Anyone care to help me?

Anyway, really rude service at the "malls", few really good items, etc.

I had best experiences at Colette, John Galliano, Hermes & Marc Jacobs.
I guess you're talking about le printemps et les galeries lafayette!

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