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Bonjour! I'm going to Paris in Sept and living there for 3 months. I've only visited short stints so this will be a big change. Can someone recommend a studio apartment that is affordable and convenient that is around $1500/mo or less? I'm not very finicky especially since this is coming up soon but somewhere clean and convenient would be perfect. Do you recommend I stay in a different neighborhood each month?

My purpose in going is to improve my French, take some cooking classes (if reasonable) and simply seize the opportunity to live in one of my most favorite cities even for a short while. I will have plenty of time to lull around and can really use some help and suggestions from those who have spent a lot of time there. I also plan to create a personal blog for my family so they know what I'm up to. Last time I went I used my HD phone camera to take photos and I was quite happy with it. This time tho I want to kick it up a notch but still keep it simple. Any recommendations for a point and shoot - not looking to change lenses, etc. Merci!

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