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Solo In Paris

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I am a woman who will be traveling solo to Paris in September. I am looking to rent an apartment for a couple of weeks. My question is what is a good central area to set up camp. I am interested in bistros, music, restaurants, having cafe au lait in the morning sun.

I have been to Paris a few times and have done Montmartre, Notre Dame, The Louvre and I have walked the Left Bank. This trip, I would like to experience Paris as a local would.

I do not want to spend hours commuting from place to place and I do not want to rent a car. The train system works fine by me. I appreciate any input as to where to base myself.

Thanks all for your help!

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