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Old 01-22-2006, 07:48 PM   #1
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So I am planning on going to Europe this summer at the end of april till the end of August. I plan on living in Paris for a month or two...hopefully inthe Latin Quarter and working a bit (I'm a european citizen so hopefully that will help me find work)

Anyways i wondering if anyone else was gonna be doing something like this or knows of any websites that I could possibly find a place to live or a job.

I'm Canadian and I'm graduating from uni in april so I'm just taking off for hte summer. If anyone has plans on going over to europe from Canada let me know..maybe we can meet up.
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Best thing I can suggest is looking at the college's and seeing if you can stay in their dorm's. Hostel's are expensive and actually the one star hotel's are normally cheaper, but for a month that should be your best bet. I am going to take a wild assumption that you speak french and if you do, there are a few places that will hire you on.

A good place to go for a bit of home and my favourite watering hold in the city of lights is the Lizard Lounge. They are at the Hotel de Ville stop. Look them up definitly! Everyone there speaks English and they can hook you up with some places to get a job. Plus, word of mouth is the best way to do anything! Good luck!
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