A Paris Guide Nightlife

France, Paris Guide (B): A Paris Guide Nightlife

Paris is known for its nightlife and chances are that even when you have spent a full day of visiting museums and galleries, walking the streets, eating, shopping and exploring, after a short rest you will still want to go out and see that the city has to offer. If you are like me that may just mean finding a nearby cafe to have a glass or two of wine and decide where to go for dinner. A small bistro may have you conversing with your neighbors at the next table until it is time to go home or visit a nearby bar or jazz club or even a famous cabaret or two. You can find plenty of suggestions in the large number of guidebooks and the culture and entertainment magazines and brochures which will most likely be in the lobby of your hotel. But for those of you who don't want to make too many decisions, and just want to be told what to do here are some ideas based on what I have done in the past and some ideas which I got from doing what any normal person who visits Paris would do, which is reading a guidebook or two. But keep in mind that Paris is one of those places that you can walk around and see amazing buildings and statues lit up dramatically so if you are of college age, before you get too wasted in one of the many bars or clubs take a walk around the city after dark. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: A Paris Guide Nightlife
Guide Location: France » Paris
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Cafe Mairie   Rue de Canettes   Place St Sulpice   Rue du Four   Blvd St Germain   Cafe de Flor   Brassierie Lipp   Deux Magots   Cafe Panis   Shakespeare and Company   Blvd St Michel   Espace St Michel   Le Caveau de la Huchette   Le Petit Journal St Michel   La Cave du Franc Pinot   7 Lézards   Paris-Prague Jazz Club   Autour De Midi   Moulin Rouge   Lido   Le Crazy Horse Saloon   Cafe de la Danse   Le Baron   Cafe de la Industrie   La Fine Mousse  
Author: Matt Barrett
Read it on author's website: http://www.aparisguide.com/nightlife/index.htm

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