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Paris Solo in July 2012

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Hi everyone, hope you're well. I've been reading the forums with interest. I'm travelling solo to Paris from the UK between 6th - 9th July 2012.

I'm a little unsure about how to spend my evenings - I have researched the forums and picked up some good ideas but just thought I'd ask if there are any other women travelling to Paris at this time who may want to meet up for dinner or a drink, just in case it all gets a bit lonely.
I'm 27 and am mainly looking to mooch about, take in the cafe culture, maybe drink a glass of champers or two in a jazz bar, read a bit, and generally see how the trip pans out.
I'm staying in the Latin Quarter at Hotel Design Sorbonne. It's my second time in Paris so I have been up the Eiffel Tower and seen the general sights, so not too bothered to do this again unless I find myself at a loose end, but I want the trip to feel like Parisienne day-to-day life. Any extra suggestions most welcome. I'm happy to get the metro in the day but would rather stay quite local to my hotel in the evening unless I end up on the metro in company. Thanks in advance x

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