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Really nice suit and I really dig the pink over check! Not entirely sold on the tie though, think it needs to be darker as it looks rather washed out now.
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Spending a month in Paris. Any recommendations on what to see outside of the typical?
Living in the 4th for now. All restaurants seem to be horribly overpriced. Any suggestions would be highly appreciated.



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is the shirt pink or white?
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is the shirt pink or white?

Pink and white stripes.

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Spending a month in Paris. Any recommendations on what to see outside of the typical?
Living in the 4th for now. All restaurants seem to be horribly overpriced. Any suggestions would be highly appreciated.

For a museum that's under-attended, try the Musee de Petit Palais (though you seem to have hit the Pompidou on a slow day). I've never been in there when it hasn't been virtually empty, and it's quite a presentable collection - for any city where there is no Louvre.

As for cheaper restaurants, try the Left Bank, or the outlying neighborhoods (the 13th, and 14th, perhaps - the 13th is Paris's Chinatown, among other things, IIRC - the 4th is quite painfully fashionable at the moment).
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I stayed in Le Marais last year. Nice place reminded me of the French West Village. Eat in the 16th devil.gif . If you want good recommendations you should probably talk to Fuuma.
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Spending a month in Paris. Any recommendations on what to see outside of the typical?
Living in the 4th for now. All restaurants seem to be horribly overpriced. Any suggestions would be highly appreciated.
 

 

wasn't there a guy in here who found himself eating more and more in Paris?

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wasn't there a guy in here who found himself eating more and more in Paris?

 

I believe his name was Hampton Sir F...

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great shirt!

perfect break and leg opening

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Looks a lot better this time around.

Thank you, pal; I'm certain it should be well in the end. Given my satisfaction with RTW and my acceptance that Edward Sexton will never cut me a suit, this does feel like a crazy leap, but one I'm going to see through

Last night's peacocking:

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I believe his name was Hampton Sir F...

OMG he's got so many other accounts. I didn't realize Hampton...
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For a museum that's under-attended, try the Musee de Petit Palais (though you seem to have hit the Pompidou on a slow day). I've never been in there when it hasn't been virtually empty, and it's quite a presentable collection - for any city where there is no Louvre.
As for cheaper restaurants, try the Left Bank, or the outlying neighborhoods (the 13th, and 14th, perhaps - the 13th is Paris's Chinatown, among other things, IIRC - the 4th is quite painfully fashionable at the moment).

Merci. And if by "painfully fashionable" you mean out west hollywooding west hollywood then yes, you are 100% correct.
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wasn't there a guy in here who found himself eating more and more in Paris?

Must have been a millionaire, or so it seems. Everything is twice the price.

Anything else anybody knows? Cool jazz clubs, classical music concerts? Hidden gems of restaurants? I'll be here for a while, so I have plenty of time to explore. And so as not to hijack the thread with useless crap, here are two more fits from tonight:



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5 Celsius! Finally Tweedtime

 

  

 

 

My GF told me to put some brighter clothing into my outfit. This is all I came up with....

 

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5 Celsius! Finally Tweedtime

  



My GF told me to put some brighter clothing into my outfit. This is all I came up with....


Tell your gf you're a big boy now, you can pick out your own clothes.
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Acecow, try wandering around Monmartre along Rue Abbesses near Rue Lepic. There are some reasonable local cafes. When you have finished dinner walk down to Blanche Metro. Get on Bus 30 heading west. This goes via the Arc to the Trocadero. From Trocadero there is a great view of the tower lit up in the dark. Then it is a nice walk down to the river.
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