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Paris -- La Mouzaïa -- another top secret location

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I am somewhat thankful to all of the guidebooks that tell people to steer clear of certain arrondissements in Paris, which are "dangerous" or "ugly" or "too far from the attractions," and there are plenty of Parisians to back them up on this. "Oh, I never set foot in that part of town! It's terrible!"

Nevertheless, I would like to present for your examination a small section of the 19th arrondissement known to Parisians as "La Mouzaïa." If I could move there, I would do so in a minute.

La Mouzaïa ----> http://tinyurl.com/qlwgkl

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