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Paris Is Known As The
City Of Love, But It
Has Much More To
Offer!

There Is So Much More To Experience
Apart From The Famous Eiffel Tower, Montmartre, And The Louvre.
Those Recommendations Are Partially Surprising, Funny, And Unique. If You Are Wondering What Not To Miss In Paris,
You’ve Come To The Right Place.

Paris Catacombs 
A Unique Place

The Paris Catacombs are quite something to visit,
very unique. Go underground and experience the dark side of the French capital. There are also
night tours available. One of the perfect things to
do in Paris at night.

"Travel opens your
hearts, broadens
your mind and
fills your life with
stories to tell."

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Paula Bendfeldt

This is our latest discovery. And it rocks as it is one
of the few things to do in Paris at night on this
list. Instead of taking a cruise by day.

Take a Sunset Cruise
in paris

Get Drinks With A
View At Perchoir

The original Perchoir has become so popular- it is 
a rooftop bar that is open year round that they’ve 
opened two more seasonal rooftop bars for the 
spring and summer months. 

Full Day Tour of
Versailles

Castles are obviously amazing and can be fun for
the whole family. A very convenient way to
explore Versailles is the full day guided tour to Versailles.

Visit A Chateau As
Day Trips

Chateau de Sceaux (pronounced so, not sko) has stunning gardens, Chateau de Vincennes is a bit
more rugged, and Chateau de Saint Germain en
Laye comes with an adorable town to explore.

Eat A Delicious
Brunch In Paris

Good brunches are becoming a thing in Paris,
and the places that offer them are more
numerous by the week, it seems.

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30 aug 2022

Michael Jackson’s death in late June of 2009 had shocked the entire world and now a new documentary suggests that he used 19 fake IDs to score drugs.

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According to the New York Post, the 50-year-old ‘King of Pop’ had been found unresponsive

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in his Los Angeles home after suffering cardiac arrest brought on by the anaesthetic propofol

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 a drug reportedly routinely administered by Jackson’s physician, Conrad Murray.

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Jackson’s death was ruled a homicide, and Murray got convicted of involuntary manslaughter and was sentenced to four years in prison, serving just under two behind bars.

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A new documentary ‘TMZ Investigates: Who Really Killed Michael Jackson’ due to be out on Fox next month suggests that though Murray was blamed, 

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Jackson was also hooked on other drugs throughout his career, reveals the documentary.

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It was also revealed that as Jackson and Klein’s relationship turned into more of a friendship

“There are strong signs of paranoia, anxiety and obsessive-like behaviour.