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paris last itinery

by papadakispaul

so after days looking here i made my plan..plz send if you see something wrong or if its good

i will arrive a at CDG airport at friday 21 may i will buy a visit ticket for 4 days (disneyland and all destinations)..i will go to my hotel at 4 oclock a quick shower and out for
Eifel tower then at Rodin then at Rue Cler then at Napoleons tomb and at Musee d orsay

then i will go for dinner at a very nice restaurant at gare du nord where i already booked a table

Day 2 Notre Dam then at Isle St louise then at Louvre then at Jardins Tuileries

at night we are going for a drink at Budha bar

Day 3
Montmarte then at Sacre coeur then at Pigale then at oPERA then at Madeliane then at Place d Concorde
Day 4 disneyland only

Day 4 back to Greece

(i need help with batobus and when to go for the ride which of the days?. for some shoping at champs ellyses which day fits?)which day to go at pompidou?
and something more is there a square Mahre where people go at sundays?

thank you

Re: paris last itinery

by pfsmalo

I think you'll have to do something about your first day. Hotel at 16h00, shower and out!!!!Do you know that the Invalides, Musée d'Orsay and the Musée de Rodin all close at 18h00......You'll need a rocket to do all that AND the Eiffel tower AND rue Cler before 18h00.
Day 2 would be the best for the batobus as most of your itinerary is on the batobus route. This is also the day that you will be closest to Centre Pompidou.
On day 3 from th Place de la Concorde, take the metro for 2 stops (to save time) and then do your shopping on Champs Elysees.

I hope you don't mind me saying this but I think you are vastly overdoing it with the time you're giving yourself, only 2 full days to do all that...Pheeewwww

Re: paris last itinery

by papadakispaul

thank you for the reply...i need a rocket??hehe.i dont have one..can you make me the first day??plzzzzz

Re: paris last itinery

by parisian-w

if I were you, I would walk the first day to take the temperature of the city ... Paris is a beautiful city for walking. I would not visit any monument on the first day, just watch the streets, the people, the environment ... The "Quartier Latin" , "Chatelet", to the Louvre then ... Enjoy the cheerful atmosphere of the Pont des Arts. Lose your self a little, without a map as if you were a Parisian. And actually starts the second day visits. Anyway you are coming back here, because you'll love Paris ...
I advise a one day tour ...

Re: paris last itinery

by GrumpyDiver

I totally agree with Pedmar - day 2 - add Ste Chapelle, especially if it is a bright sunny day. It is not far from Notre Dame, and if I had to choose which of the two to visit, it would be Ste Chapelle. Simply some of the most stunning stained glass anywhere. The front of the church is currently being rennovated, but that only detracts a little.

Re: paris last itinery

by papadakispaul

thank you all..i will compine all thes that you just said and do it...i will be back tuesday so i will send you my travel...thanks again and if you ever visit greece-creta i am your man.

Travel Tips for Paris


by CoAir13

I LOVE fountains....there are MANY all over Paris. This one is at Place St.-Michel. Being surrounded by such history and beauty...that is what I will ALWAYS remember being fascinated by during my first trip to this wonderful city!

Looking for an Internet cafe?

by Dee22

In a city like Paris you shouldn't spend much time on the Internet, but it's always nice to able to check your mail or VT, and there is plenty of Internet cafés in Paris. Some are a bit strange or 'home made' though. Nothing wrong with that, but if you want to find a good place with fair prices, look for the XS Arena cafés which can be found several places in Paris. There's one at St. Michel and another one near Panthéon too to mention a few!

You buy the time when you come in, maybe 30 minutes for 2 euros. Then you just find a computer, type in the username from the card you get and then type in any password. Now you are ready to go on-line and you'll be able to keep track of the 'time left'. If you end up with more time than you need, just log out, keep the card, and you can use the remaining time later on...remember the password though!

City of which Lights??

by OrlandoBR

Paris is no more lit-up than any regular big city, except when the Bateaux-Mouches sail near its famous riverfront landmarks... the Lights of the Illuminism are the ones responsible for the city's nickname. For crying out loud.

There is a saying that the...

by snmred

There is a saying that the French are rude. Well, they can be but so can every other culture. I think it's more like that they don't have any patience for visitors who won't attempt to speak their language. This is true for everywhere, learn a few words and you will be ok.

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Deciding what legal documents you need, what and how much to pack, how to handle money, what to do about the electrical current differences. Tenis shoes are essential... You are going to walk more than You think... I use to be with a Cannon EOS with a 30 mm and a zoom... but I recognize that the new cameras are easiest to work with... I always have 100, 200 and 400 to 800 asa films... but each one may know... the light may change... as the light in our lives... and in politics and economy ;)


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