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I Am What I Am - Various - Gay & Lesbian Europride Paris 97 (CD)

8 Responses

  1. Doutilar says:
    For many LGTB-Q travelers, Le Marais - the center of Gay life in Paris - is the #1 choice. So much, including major tourist attractions like Notre Dame and the Louvre, is within easy walking distance. The Left Bank or Latin Quarter across the river has a different but no less lively vibe and is rich in Paris history and student life.
  2. Mazahn says:
    The first gay gym in Paris, Gym Louvre offers an 8,sq-ft gym ( sqm) For Men. Sauna. been there Gibus has undergone various transitions, the latest in to a gay club with themed nights, house DJs and concerts. is a long-running gay and lesbian dance club that offers weekend ballroom dancing of all types until midnight and.
  3. Gujar says:
    The gay quarter in Paris has traditionally been the Marais (which is also the Jewish quarter) – made up of the 3rd and 4th arrondissements. This is where the major hot spots are concentrated: bars, cafés, restaurants, boutique hotels, B&Bs, cruising & leather bars, sex shops, clothes & decoration boutiques and bookshops (such as Les Mots à la Bouche).
  4. Grokora says:
    I am not a specialist of the lesbian scene, but the excerpt that Gitte gave you seems to cover pretty much everything in Paris (note that "La Scandaleuse" is actually "Les Scandaleuses"). As for the exhibitions, and if you can read French, you can get clued up by looking .
  5. Moshakar says:
    French gay electro party that takes place at various venues in central Paris. EXCITE features stunning shows on stage with dancers, performers, live singers, and a great lineup of international DJ’s in the likes of Sebastien Triumph, Aurel Devil, Steven Redant, Micky .
  6. Kanos says:
    Gay Tours Gay Paris and the Marais Gayborhood. Get to know the gay side of Paris on a unique tour that takes you through the Marais, exploring the best bars, restaurants and shops that welcome LGBT locals and travelers, while also getting to know France's queer history and influencial gay and lesbian .
  7. Yozshucage says:
    Gay & Lesbian Clubs. In Paris, gay life is centered around Les Halles and Le Marais, with the greatest concentration of clubs, restaurants, bars and shops between the Hôtel-de-Ville and Ranbuteau Métro protcadabbcrafiramtoracycbedyran.xyzinfor, since trendy clubs fall in and out of favor at lightning speed, and one-night discos and tea dances are always popping up, be sure to check the local papers to see what's hot.
  8. Kazralmaran says:
    Paris is full of treasures, but Le Marais is a shining jewel in the City of Light. Spanning across the 3rd and 4th arrondissements, this centrally-located neighborhood has become very popular with Paris is full of treasures, but Le Marais is a shining jewel in the City of Light. Spanning across the 3rd and 4th arrondissements, this centrally-located neighborhood has become very popular with.
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