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Whether you're strolling along the Seine or soaking up city life from a sidewalk café, you'll see why Paris is synonymous with the word style. Of course, you can't miss the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, Versailles and the Louvre. But be sure to spend a quiet moment in the Jardin de Tuileries and savor an éclair from a patisserie or a glass of Beaujolais in a romantic bistro. From culinary delights to cultural sights, haute couture to heady romance, Paris will tempt every one of your senses. Paris France triomphe

Paris France is a city full of tourist attractions, world-class art galleries and museums and beautiful parks and gardens. Take a romantic boat cruise on the Seine River or visit the Mona Lisa at the world-famous Louvre. Enjoy a fun-filled day at Disneyland Paris or experience the magic of the Eiffel Tower. Paris France has something of interest for everyone!

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Two international airports and 6 train stations serve metropolitan Paris. The high-speed Eurostar train service from London will zoom you under the English Channel and right into downtown Paris! Once in Paris, the Paris Metro or RER commuter rail will take you just about anywhere in the city.

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Paris has many great hotels. From economy accommodation to luxurious grand hotels, there is something available for any budget. Hotel rooms are available near the Louvre, the Champs Elysees, the Eiffel Tower, the Latin Quarter and near all the major rail stations.

Paris FranceParis France water throwing on Eiffel Tower As France's government prepared to unveil a raft of new austerity measures Wednesday, some of the country's richest people were urging Paris to tax them more in order to help solve the country's financial problems.

The billionaire heiress of L'Oreal and the head of Total oil were among 16 business executives and super-rich individuals to publish a petition to the French government calling for a "special contribution" that would target the very wealthy.

The petition, published Tuesday on the website of weekly magazine Le Nouvel Observateur, follows a call by American billionaire Warren Buffett for US authorities to raise taxes for himself and other ultra-wealthy earners.

Liliane Bettencourt Bildunterschrift: Großansicht des Bildes mit der Bildunterschrift:French Prime Minister Francois Fillon was expected to announce on Wednesday a series of spending cuts and tax hikes aimed at saving some 14 billion euros ($20 million).

President Nicolas Sarkozy ordered the savings measures two weeks ago amid rumors that the country would lose its top-notch, triple-A credit rating - rumors that caused French bank stocks to plummet.

The need for new austerity measures arose as France's economic growth stalled for the second quarter of the year, after a robust 0.9 percent growth during the first three months of 2011.

The country aims to cut its public deficit to 5.7 percent this year and reach the European Union's theoretical maximum of 3 percent in 2013. Sarkozy, meanwhile, is targeting his low popularity ratings, currently 33 percent, ahead of national elections next year.


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I want to move to france because i fell in love. what would be better- apply for a student visa or tourist visa? my options for reasons are marriage, school, tourism, or work (not a good choice b/c unemployment). i am going to apply for uni there, and try to get an esl certificate beforehand. Would marriage be a better try than school? and should I get married before or after? I also have a dog. Is there anyone who visits this forum who can tell me some information? i want to get there in June or July and I am doing whatever I can to make that happen.
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Best Travel Guide to Paris? (or even France, in general)?

I went to Paris last year and used the DK Eyewitness Travel Guide but was wondering if there's a more detailed one available, it's great for a short trip but I'm looking for one where I could plan a couple months for. Any good suggestions for travel guides??

The Dorling Kindersley Eyewitness Guides have always been best for me for detail and practical information- I would recommend the DK France guide and the Frommer's France guide and Best Loved Driving Tours of France. I have found Frommer's in general has the best restaurant information, but I have been often been confused/lost by their street maps- DK's are easier for me to follow. Frommer's does have interesting historical information that I haven't found in other guides. The only advantage of the other guides I've read are that they contain actual admission prices (at the time of…

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Travel to WW1/WW2 Battlefield sites....?

Has anyone travelled privately and used local guides to visit these sites? Planning to travel in small family group, 3 males, and wonder if anyone can give advice, contacts etc.

Get a car, a cross channel ticket, a map and a good guide book..thats what ive done in the past..Ive done the beaches of Normandy, The Dams of dambusting fame, Auschwitz , the channel islands , Colditz , the Ardene and whats left of the Somme...The best bit of advice i can give you, especially in France, is to talk to the locals..Most are only to happy to point you in the right direction and you will uncover things and stories(sometimes eyewitness accounts) that the books dont cover..Its amazing what you can discover just by accessing local knowledge

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