I am going to Paris in mid-July for four nights with three of my best friends. We are planning to rent an apartment rather than stay in a hotel. While we will certainly be visiting the traditional sites during the day, we would like to stay in an area closest to good nightlife for those in the 30-40-year-old range. Don't get me wrong- we plan to party - but we would probably rather avoid areas of high concentration of those nightclubs and bars that are primarily filled with the young twenty-year-olds and students. Ideally, we would like to stay in an area where we could feel comfortable walking "home" as a group after a late night out.
Also...Does anyone have information on bars that have at least a portion of their space underground, in the old tunnels? I read an article about that once, and it looked like fun...
Thanks in advance for any advice!
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