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    Paris/Belleville HOWTO

    An excellent guide to Chinese girls in Belleville from "Chinagirl Lover"


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    Great Thai style massage wtihout extras

    No extras, but, wonderful massage and beautiful Thai girls.

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    Some additional information on Paris

    Clarifies data from a previously linked report of distinction:

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    Best Paris report

    For me the most informative report posted on Paris so far:

    I would just add "La Coupole" (Montparnasse district) on Saturdays for black working women.

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    Swing clubbing in Paris. Let's undersore it isn't easy.

    As a first-time reader in this forum, I found this writeup believable and sobering: http://www.internationalsexguide.inf...&postcount=947

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    Swing clubbing in Paris

    An excellent, first hand report on swniger clubbing in Paris : http://www.internationalsexguide.inf...&postcount=966

    Truly deserves your reading and appreciation !

    I am familiar with that kind of club in Paris and cannot agree more with what is said !

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    Rue Joubert IX Area

    Rue Joubert is located in 9th and some SW should be around the clock over there. It's a old place in the heart of Paris shopping and business area.

    Here is a precise user guide by Algeria For Ever. Geetings !!!


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    Links to Reports of Distinction

    Greetings everyone,

    I've started this new thread to provide a centralized location to catalog the Forum's best travel reports. Here's the idea:

    If you have written one or several detailed travel reports, or if you know of such reports, then please post the link here.

    You may also include a short summary of the nature of the report.

    A sample report would be something like this:


    Here's a great series of reports by Young & Restless on his trip to Rio in January of 2005.


    You can copy and paste the link into a report, or you can do it the easy way and use the [post] tags, which you would format like this:

    [post]Post ID number here[/post]

    You can identify the Post ID by moving your mouse pointer over the "Quote" button and reading the Post ID number in the Status Bar at the bottom of your browser window. It's the last number at the end of the link text, just after the letters "p=".

    Please note: In order for this thread to be effective, it cannot turn into a discussion forum. I don't want to have to be so tough about this, but any reports that do not include a link to another report will be deleted.


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