Well it seems that you don't know Paris or maybe you had not experienced it, otherwise you would not have written that. I've been living in Paris for over 4 months: trust me, the Tour Eiffel area is totally DEAD at night. Ok, it is lively in the tour and under the tour...but just have a look at the streets nearby and you will understand: long, large and sad avenues, just a residencial area for old rich parisian people. Only very expensive restaurants, no young people. You can walk during 15mn without finding any bakery or grocery.
Wonderful website! Very helpful. My husband and I are going to Malta in January for two weeks. We are from a very cold part of Canada and I will be in Germany for work and we thought we would try and experience some warmer weather while we are in Europe. +15C in Malta is far better than -30C in Canada! We were attracted to Malta because of the warmer weather and the beautiful and diverse culture and nature. We are hoping to experience a little taste of everything Malta has to offer and are open to suggestions on where to stay. We aren’t into very touristy areas but would like a “pinch” of nightlife in the evening – for example go out for a nice dinner and a place for drinks and people watching. 🙂 I’m not opposed to splitting up our accommodation to broaden our experience. Based on my research I was thinking Valletta, Gozo and Mellieha and staying in Air B&Bs. What do you think? Thanks in advance for your help. Best Regards – Erin