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Wanderlust   Paris Digest from France   13:08   August 13, 2014

Paris is not speciallly renowned for her nightclubs. But, the situation is changing. The remarkable Wanderlust nightclub opened in 2012 and combines a splendid Seine river view from its huge terrace, an outdoor and indoor venue, good programming and a stylish crowd. Open until 4am. You may be filtered. Web site.

The Wanderlust is located 39, Quai Austerlitz 75013. To prepare your evening in Paris, see other Paris nightlife icons.

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Des gars dans la cuisine   Paris Digest from France   16:12   July 5, 2014

A few affordable Paris restaurants are great. They combine affordable prices (set menu around 15 euros at lunch time) and gastronomic French cuisine. Des gars dans la cuisine is one ot them. Located close to the Picasso Museum in Le Marais (see Paris map), Des gars dans la cuisine serves fresh and innovative French food in a lovely room. Service is pleasant. A welcome stop in Le Marais, a trendy Paris district with few quality restaurants.

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Le Quinze restaurant in Paris   Paris Digest from France   19:46   May 30, 2014

In our constant search for affordable gastronomic restaurants in Paris, we went today to Le Quinze, a trendy restaurant run by Lionel Fleury, a promizing young french cook. On the plus side, good service, quiet room, nice and modern decor, tasty and innovative dishes, excellent Bordeaux white wine (Ch√Ęteau Pierrail). On the minus side, the portions were relatively small. The meal costed us 114 euros for two. Web site. Location on Paris map

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Picasso Museum reopening   Paris Digest from France   11:26   May 14, 2014

Paris Picasso Museum reopening is being delayed until September 2014. In the meantime, rush to Centre Pompidou and its many Picasso paintings or go to Picasso Museum Antibes on the French Riviera.

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Versailles Palace   Peter from Australia   16:59   April 29, 2014

Eight Aussies have been to Versailles Palace today to see this wonderful part of French history.
It was disgraceful the way tourists are treated having to line for tickets for one and a half hours and then a further two hours in line to enter the palace. There was only three people selling tickets, and for a tourist destination that has five million tourists annually, this is a national disgrace.
Peter, Naracoorte, South Australia

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