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A Welcoming Club

I met Michele in Australia a few years ago. She traveled to my city for the Sydney Mardi Gras... read more

Reviewed November 14, 2015
Jorge A
Loved this club

Travelling lesbians, My girfriend and I went to Paris a week before Christmas. We had to wait... read more

Reviewed March 24, 2006
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14 Nov 2015
“A Welcoming Club”
24 Mar 2006
“Loved this club”
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A lesbian club in Paris's Montmartre neighborhood.
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25 boulevard Poissonniere, 75002 Paris, France
Opéra / Bourse
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Reviewed November 14, 2015

I met Michele in Australia a few years ago. She traveled to my city for the Sydney Mardi Gras. Little did she know she was going to spend one of her first few nights in Aus with a married heterosexual Latin boy from the Sydney...More

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Reviewed March 24, 2006

Travelling lesbians, My girfriend and I went to Paris a week before Christmas. We had to wait outside in the freezing cold for an hour to get in, but the bar was hopping at 2:30am. It was completely packed wall to wall the entire time...More

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Opera / Bourse
The neighbourhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle
époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades,
and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here,
modern day workers continue to take advantage of the
legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th
century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theatres, and
cinemas sit side by side with French bistros
predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
...More
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