Quality Suites Maisons Laffitte Paris

16/18 Rue de Paris, Residence du Comte d'Artois, Paris, Ile-de-France, 78600, France
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First time Paris

by Chatistatistor

Will be visiting paris for first time on 22 janvier for 4 days. I am looking for advice on places to go clubbing and night life and other stuff that can be done by a young single male traveller during day also other than sight seeing which is mandatory and will be minimized as much as i can if i found other interesting activities to do.

Appreciate any advice or recomendations.
Happy holidays for all.

Re: First time Paris

by zuriga

This site is always helpful. They should have clubs and other activities listed for when you'll be in Paris.


Re: First time Paris

by Donna_in_India

Time Out does have a lot of info but the website does not have everything that is in the magazine so I recommend picking up a copy when you arrive in Paris. Happy Travels!

Re: First time Paris

by Chatistatistor

many thx

Re: First time Paris

by Chatistatistor

many thanks for donna and zuriga

Re: First time Paris

by EtoileCaramelle

There is the famous club named le Baron (avenue Marceau).
There is le Magnifique, le Raspoutine, or le NY club (rue de Rivoli)...
Before clubbing, you should go to cafes in le Marais ou Saint Germain des prés. Or at the club (in the brittish meaning of gentlemen's club), go to le Cercle at Etienne Marcel.
If you want a private tour for someone young like you, have a look at www.esprit-de-paris.com, and you won't get bored with sight seeing and have a lot of ideas of interesting things to do in Paris!

Travel Tips for Paris

Drinking fountains

by MikeBird

I spotted two of these rather elegant drinking fountains on our walks around the sights of Paris. Apparently there are 69 of them still standing. I've discovered they were donated by Sir Richard Wallace to the city of Paris following its seige in 1871 when water supplies were damaged and the benevolent Wallace wanted to provide some practical help to the Parisians. The fountain in the photo was taken on the Champs Elysées towards the Place de la Concorde end.
The other one was in Montmatre heading up from Abbesses station to the Place du Tertre. Both were of the same design and painted in the same dark green colour.

Neither of the fountains were working ( it was February) but it's pleasing to see that they've been left in place - a reminder of the days when it was possible to stop a while and quench your thirst for free.

I wonder if there is a walking tour of some of the more centrally located drinking fountains? I bet there is. It would make a rather fun thing to do - create your own water fountain tour - perhaps you could get sponsored for every fountain you visited. Now there's a thought!

We found Paris to be an...

by kuff

We found Paris to be an absolute dump! Garbage and spray paint everywhere. I felt as if I was in Chicago (I grew up in the city of big shoulders) But we found the tourist places were spotless. Definitely go to the Eiffel Tower and walk down. The city of breathless from there. Aslo, spend the time and take a train out to the Palace of Versailles. Include a tour of the Louve to see the Mona Lisa. Spend my first 36 hours awake and visiting a French hospital because a student of mine was sick. Interesting ways to communicate when you don't speak the language.

Montmartre, le Sacre-Coeur

by Klod5

The Sacred Heart is one of the places the more frequented by the numerous tourists of Paris. Besides, the Montmartre place, and its painters, is to two steps from there. Don't forget quedans this district you have several museums also, of which the Grevin museum (museum of wax).
One line of bus, is very nice to go to Montmartre. Here, you have two types of people with cameras: the tourists who photograph the monument, or that photograph themselves before the monument, and the perverse that take in photos the undersides of the ladies... can be to nourish specialized Internet sites.

Attention, when you come here to the huge number of thieves to the square meter (picpockets, swindlers, false policemen, etc..).. Paris became a city of thieves, in any case!

Try a bit of French

by fishandchips

Before I visited Paris last year I took some French lessons and I think they really paid off. I will be the first to admit that my French is very limited but making the effort was often all that was needed to get a happy (most of the time) response. Many small shop owners didn't speak any English whatsoever so my few words were the difference in getting what I needed. At the Musee d'Orsay I got very prompt service (plus pronunciation help from the maitre de) whereas a couple that came in after me were astonished that the same man didn't understand their increasingly loud requests for a table.

Before I went, Angie bought me a French phrase fridge magnet set. I had the challenge of putting up a new phrase each week to help me learn a few vital words. A bit of fun when trying to learn the lingo.

Have a go!! It will make things more interesting. and probably less frustrating.


by shrimp56

Just when you thought it was safe... the French screensaver for the Windows computer operating system. It was at Hotel Muguet -- at least the keyboard was "qwerty" :)
Computer access in Paris has gotten worse recently -- the only decent place I know is in the 6e -- Access Academie.


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Address: 16/18 Rue de Paris, Residence du Comte d'Artois, Paris, Ile-de-France, 78600, France