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    Paris Hot

    I’ll be in Paris next week and it looks like 100+ for a few days. Is this going to be Houston in August heat (very humid), or just your average “Man it’s hot” kinda heat?

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    Everything will smell like urine.
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    Make sure you take some pubtrans to get the full olfactory experience.

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    Air conditioning is NOT a thing in France
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Air conditioning is NOT a thing in France
    This.
    But it's not particularly humid.
    You're still gonna die though, summer in Paris = hell.

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    Its why everybody goes to the coast this time of year.
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    Continental Europe braced for 'potentially dangerous' heatwave

    In France, temperatures of between 35C and 40C were expected across most of the country except Brittany from Monday, Météo-France said, and were unlikely to fall below 20C overnight.

    “Even though it will be shortlived, this heatwave could be remarkable for its momentum and intensity,” the forecaster said in a bulletin.

    France’s health minister, Agnès Buzyn, warned local authorities, hospitals and retirement homes to be on high alert, noting that last summer’s heatwave resulted in 1,500 more deaths than normal in July and August.
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    That's ugly. I'm working on getting used to using Celsius and 30 is the number that I don't want to go above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
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    Change your clothes.

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    Oh, and study this: https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...e-of-the-above

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    Yay me. Going to be in Florence in the middle of this next week. Supposed to be 100+ the days we are there. I guess the museums will have good air conditioning.
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    is this the thread where we announce what we're doing this weekend?

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    Is this why they banned Burckinis??
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    That's ugly. I'm working on getting used to using Celsius and 30 is the number that I don't want to go above.
    It was 40 when I went to Bucharest two summers ago. I thought I was going to die. It was probably similar to Paris at 40. However I wouldn't know, I've never been to Paris.

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    I have been in Paris when it is hot. Make sure your accommodations have A/C, if not change them. Ours did and it was huge.

    Rodin Museum with the trees in the back courtyard is a good place on a hot day.

    If walking any distance just plan on stop for cold beer (and ice cream if there are kids in the group) every 1 km or so. We did that and everyone was happy - particularly the kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    It was 40 when I went to Bucharest two summers ago. I thought I was going to die. It was probably similar to Paris at 40. However I wouldn't know, I've never been to Paris.
    is yer Chelsea-us weather hotter than the Fahrenheit weather ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    is yer Chelsea-us weather hotter than the Fahrenheit weather ?
    we don’t speak frenchy so how’d we know
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