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Aizhanka 3 months ago

There are a lot of places that you can go in Paris. Here is a bucket list for you: Take in the View From the Eiffel Tower Indulge in the World's Best Pastries at Pain de Sucre and Bontemps Discover Degas, Renoir, and Manet at the Musée d’Orsay Contemplate the Thinker at the Musée Rodin Explore the Palais-Royal Gardens Visit the Fondation Louis Vuitton Walk the Narrow Streets of the Ile Saint-Louis See the Seine on the Bateau Mouche Critique Cubism at the Musée Picasso Be Awed by the World's Greatest Art Collection at the Louvre Visit the Gothic Notre Dame de Paris Shop 'til You Drop on Rue Saint-Honoré
Eiffel Tower Tickets ?
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Pedro 3 months ago

We just got back from Paris two weeks ago and on Friday evening we went to the Eiffel Tower. We didn't buy tickets beforehand, but arrived at 9 am, waiting for the opening at 9.30. By 10 am we looked from the observation deck over Paris. By that time, I'd think that waiting (from queue size) is at approximately 2 hours. So I suggest you shoul buy the tickets online beforehand.
Train to Disneyland ?
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Tiffany 3 months ago

It couldn't really be simpler to get to the magical place by airplane, train or car. The doors of Park are only 20 miles from Paris, about an hour by shuttle bus from Paris airports, with a direct entry from the A4 motorway and just a two-minute drive from Marne-la-Vallée / Chessy railway station.
Romantic dinner spot for honeymoon!
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Bebo 3 months ago

There are many great restaurants to have a romantic dinner in the city of love. Some of my suggestions are: Le Cinq - great food and staff L’Abeille - an amazing restaurant with great ambience. Pur’ Jean Francois Rouquette - a pure french experience Au P’tit curieux - perfect in each aspect
Best area to stay for short visit ?
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Karl 3 months ago

When I visited Paris with my family a few years ago the finest area I discovered is St Germain, near enough to most of the attractions, a vibrant region with plenty of cafes and shops, a 2-minute drive from the Seine.
Help me chose a hotel in Paris
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Aykal 3 months ago

Hotel Saint Pierre (there are some with similar titles on the Rue Ecole du Medicine) is an excellent option and the infrastructures have recently been redone, but the rooms are pretty small. It has a great location too. One of my favourite places is D'Aubusson. It has a vibrant and usable common area, which makes it unique and different from other hotels. It has a very attractive living room with novels and a huge brick fireplace. There is an excellent piano and a jazz bar used by the public.
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Amethyst 3 months ago

Keep your possessions near you, particularly in crowded places, and carry your mobile phone carefully. Do not hesitate to check the headlines to see if any matches, protests or strikes are coming up. If you plan to see as much as possible, buy a Paris Pass that provides you with free transport, easy entrance to attractions and a hop-on / hop-off bus. Look out for scammers who are trying to steal something from you. Do not be astonished if it requires a while to serve in restaurants. Try using eye contact and a smile if you need help and then begin with "Excusez-Moi." Tipping is not so prevalent in Paris but is always appreciated for excellent service.
Paris Itinerary and Metro Tickets
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Maria Rodriguez 3 months ago

The Paris Visite Pass (Travelcard) is incorporated free in the Paris Pass Package and is legitimate to use for adventures in central Paris on the Metro, RER, Buses, Trams, and SNCF. You can visit different places on these buses you can go to the Eiffel Tower, which is the most popular attraction and landmark in the world but remember that entry is not free of cost because it is not included in Paris pass then you can visit a wonderful landscape garden Champs de Mars with the wide collection of grown vegetables and grapes after that you can explore Louvre Museum which is home to the renowned Venus de Milo and Mona Lisa. For the prayer, you can go to Notre Dame Cathedral which is an iconic landmark and if you are interested in old buildings then you can go to Orsay Museum and many more places are there for you to visit to enjoy your trip in the city of romance.
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Maria Rodriguez 3 months ago

Paris in September is usually warm and damp. Rain is common. It is a very good time to visit Paris in September as it is a very exciting time of year in September. It is an ideal time for cruising over Seine river. September is the city's de facto nouvel an.
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Noor 3 months ago

Paris is the city of love, Chose the 4th, 5th or 6th near the river so you can walk around and explore the city or The Hotel Diana is the best choice for a stay of 2 nights. The perfect 2-day itinerary is Arc de Triomphe one of the most famous attractions inspired by Rome's Arch of Titus. You can see the views from water that you can never imagine seeing from the land River Cruise comes free with the Paris pass. Evening view from the top of the Eiffel Tower is very romantic and not to miss a thing on your tour, If you want to explore and know more about the history or Paris then you must visit these amazing museums Rodin Museum and the Orsay Museum.
Where can I buy inexpensive sheets outside of Paris?
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Noor 3 months ago

If you are looking for the quality sheets you should go to hypermarkets, especially during the current sales period it might be worth a trip to these markets. You’ll find the great collection at Carrefour, Hyper-U, Géant, E. Leclerc, Auchan, etc. Prices are lower as compared to any departmental store of Paris.