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Rent a (Solo) Music Studio Since you mention the need to be alone, a dedicated music studio comes to mind. A quick google search revealed Studio Luna Rossa in the 13th Arrondissement and Maison de la Musique in Neuilly-Sur-Seine 92200. Both of these offer small solo studios for something around 6-7EUR per hour, during both weekdays (off-peak and peak hours) ...


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You can queue for the lifts, however this is not your best bet (unless you have difficulty with stairs.) There are two better options...What I would suggest (and what I do whenever I take people there) is: Queue at the Pillar Sud from 8:40 or 8:45 for it to open at 9:00 Pay under €5.00 for a ticket to walk up to level 2 - this is quite exciting in itself ...


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There are various low-budget hotels offering basic rooms around Paris. Hotels Formule 1 (F1) by Accor is one such franchise. The rooms are pretty basic, in other words you get what you pay for. These hotels are usually found outside the city, and (arguably) for this reason offer free car parking to their guests. Quoting from the linked Wikipedia page, here ...


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No, cabs at this location work like everywhere else in terms of demand, I would not rely on Google street view as your guide. There are always cabs available at that location. You may have to wait a few minutes during an off peak time, but my experiences have always been good.


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There are several aspects of the rules around marriage in France that would make your plan difficult. As far as I know, it's not forbidden to marry as a non-resident but the law is clearly not intended to make it easy. You need to complete some formalities beforehand (publication des bans). It should happen at least 10 days before the wedding but you also ...


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A simple search on booking.com shows that there are rooms available in the city starting from 68 euro per night for a double room on a date that I've chosen randomly since I don't know your dates. I set the minimum review score as 7, since the ones lower than that have been very disappointing to my experience. There is the map option, where you could see ...


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No, you do not need rain boots in June in Paris. First of all, even in the worst weather you can expect to walk in good shoes without problems. Secondly, in June the chances are pretty high for warm weather with little rain, even when it rains it is not as likely to be downpours, more likely light rain. I was in Paris in March and April this year, one time ...


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La Défense is predominantly a business area, although it does attract a fairly large number of tourists due to many of the buildings in the area, as well as the fact that it's the end of the Metro line. Ease of finding a taxi will depend on the time of day and day of week. In general you should not have any issues, however there's likely times of the week ...


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I live in Paris and I don't even own boots. I wear “normal” shoes all year round, and so do most locals (except possibly during the handful of snow days). You do need closed shoes (i.e. not sandals) that can withstand rain in order not to get your feet wet. Paris has no dry season, only seasons during which it doesn't rain for a few days at a time. But even ...


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Did you have a look at those sites ? https://www.airbnb.fr/ https://www.sejourning.com/ http://www.bedycasa.com/ Here is a comparison (in french) of the three ones among other competitors: On the other hand, you could try to find a flat in Clichy. It is well connected with the subway. There are 10mn only between Mairie de Clichy and Gare Saint-Lazare. ...


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The metro stations were a good option when I was in Paris 40 years ago.


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As long as you stay completely in the Schengen region, you don't need to re-enter, which means you don't need a multi-entry visa for a flight from Germany to France. It's similar to a domestic flight, essentially there's no difference in terms of visa issues between flying Frankfurt-Munich and Frankfurt-Paris. Obviously you should make sure the number of ...


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Hertz does allow you to use debit cards per their website policy, you will just be subject to a credit check: At most Hertz locations, debit cards (sometimes called check cards) issued under a VISA or Mastercard logo which draw funds directly from the cardholder's account may be used to qualify for rental. However, prepaid or stored value cards ...



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