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Paris -- Superthread

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Hi, it is hoped that this will be a "superthread" to interesting and useful tidbits about Paris for the first-time and the repeat visitor.

The pros and cons for its creation are being debated here:

http://www.fodors.com/forums/threadselect.jsp?fid=2&tid=34519182

A superthread is basically an index and provides links to other threads that address a specific topic at hand.

To keep the superthread useful, I'd like to request the following:

1. Please use a standardized format in your posting. Give the topic, a *brief* description of the information in the linked threads followed by the links. Also provide useful outside links and information not covered in the threads you're linking but you think would be useful to the visitor. Please, however, keep this information as factual as possible and limit personal commentary in the superthread. In other words, information in postings for a superthread should be brief, followed by relevant links. This will make it easier and faster to read the superthread.

2. Before creating any new threads that are linked to the superthread, please attempt to search to see whether previous threads have addressed the topic at hand. This will avoid a proliferation of new threads.

3. Please *do not* top the superthread. It would be better to consider adding to it a topic that has not yet been previously discussed (as this will automatically bring the superthread to the top and enrich it).

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