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    Default Paris, a new thread

    Seeing as there is no active Paris thread and I'm heading there tomorrow for a while, I figure its time to open one up.



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    bump.
    threadfail?
    should i have put this in another category

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    apparently los angelites are friendlier than parisians

    It depends on what you're looking for really, and where you're staying
    sorry, unhelpful

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    Blame European ennui, the Parisians must be following DES esseinteses footsteps in private decadence, so you'll have to discover Paris on your own.
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    it's not clear to me whether you already had a look at this
    but here's a link to the old thread, some good stuff in there.
    ...I mean the ephemeral, the fugitive, the contingent, the half of art whose other half is the eternal and the immutable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by galia View Post
    apparently los angelites are friendlier than parisians
    Never been to LA but I bet this is true. Maybe the rest of France is friendlier but nobody in my apartment reciprocates when I greet them.

    Maybe I just don't understand big city "bubble" mentality?

    Anyways, where can I get some good real pizza for around 10 euros or under (not including drinks) range? I'm in the 11eme, BTW
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    You just live with very rude people, everyone I know at least greets their house/work/bar mates on a regular basis

    for pizza I'm not sure... try to go by the look of the place I guess. I know a decent pizzeria in my neighbourhood, but it's a bit far from you

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    Quote Originally Posted by galia View Post
    You just live with very rude people, everyone I know at least greets their house/work/bar mates on a regular basis

    for pizza I'm not sure... try to go by the look of the place I guess. I know a decent pizzeria in my neighbourhood, but it's a bit far from you
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    Default Paris Proposal

    Sooo, im heading to Paris with the lady friend and planning on asking her to marry me. I need some help from you guys.

    1. Do you have any good ideas on how to pop the question. As you can imagine shes an artsy girl, loves flowers and pretty things.

    2. Do you know of any cute parks something with flowers and private where we can have a picnic around sunset.

    3. Anything else you want to add to this, ive got pretty much nothing here and the pressure of planning this is killing me.

    Thanks guys.

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    Don't do it!!!

    Just kidding.

    Jardin du Luxembourg is your place, I suppose. Will be crowded on the weekend (as everything else will, for that matter). Or Place des Vosges.

    If you want to be extra cheesy, take a lock with you, write both of your names and go to Pont des Arts. Hey, sometimes cheesy things are nice.

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    Or u can break in to the tuileries at night/evening when its closed its kinda cool

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    A guy I know here did the cheesiest thing and proposed in the Eiffel tower. But he had no ring, didn´t kneel down, nothing. I´m guessing he did to be the guy in this city in the middle of nowhere to have popped the question like that.

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