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I am a lecturer from the UK. I am on holiday in Paris. I was shocked by the blatantly racist and unacceptable treatment I received last night (4 August) as my friend and I wanted to go to Memphis after 20 minutes of queuing. The...More
Good luck getting in if you are not "white" enough. They didn't let several people in and they were all non-white people. However, so many group of 5-6 men could go in (they were not even dressed properly!) Stay away & find somewhere else if...More
This was my first discotheque experience in Paris and I have to say, it's a must to go! We usually go to bars, which are always crowded on a Friday and Saturday night. Other places where you can dance are quite bigger, there is enough...More
Travelled all the way from England, Appropriate age, Appropriately Dressed but forgot to be White Enough because suddenly with an expression of disguist the door man said, ITS A PRIVATE CLUB...
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This I am reporting tomorrow to organisations that will...More
Two dance floors; downstairs was generally the younger crowd (20 to 30 years old) dancing to Abba and French dance music I didn’t know - I only went down there once; on the ground floor the crowd was aged 20 to 60, the music was...More
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Chateau d'Eau / Gare du Nord
The neighborhood around Chateau d’Eau is an often overlooked part of town whose vibrant streets are great for a refreshing change. Long known for its immigrant population, this multicultural neighborhood's fabric has been enriched by communities from India, Pakistan, Arab-speaking countries, and Africa. Explore its colorful twists and turns from the Passage Brady (known for great Indian restaurants) to