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Returned a couple of days ago from our 5 nights in Paris , and will be posting my trip report soon in the next day or so. Thanks to everyone for all the great advice, especially about transportation loved the carte orange.
Before I post my trip report, I did want to ask about something It was odd for a few reasons--the two streets they were different ones each time were areas full of clothing stores, and it was the middle of the day--the stores were open for business, they were just surrounded by prostitutes.
Anyone know anything about this? We just thought it was a little odd. Do the stores allow this? Do the cops try to crack down on this? You were probably near Rue St Denis which is a red light district. That area is the garment district. I don't think prostitution is against the law in France. We encountered a similar area over behind the Gallaries Lafayette department store. Rue St Denis , it has been cleaned up, you should have seen it a few years ago or maybe not. The police only really look for illegal immigrant prostitutes and turn a blind eye to the others.
A strange and sad place. The street Suzanne refers to is Rue de Budapest. I think it is rue Victoire right behind Galeries Lafayette. You would not notice it during the day unless you are looking for it. Prostitutes are also by Fauchon on that side street rue de Seze , many of them in cars. Maybe the shops were running big sales on leather mini-skirts, fishnet stockings, heels Or perhaps, KDK, they were hoping to make acquaintances with the gentlemen in the area who were buying upscale fashions for their wives!
All you men do that don't you? Buy upscale goodies for the ladies in your lives? TripAdvisor staff removed this post either because the author requested it, or because it did not meet TripAdvisor's forum guidelines.