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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    we donít speak frenchy so howíd we know
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    that was good
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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    is yer Chelsea-us weather hotter than the Fahrenheit weather ?
    I switched over for that trip because I spent three and half weeks in Euroland. My nieces, and coworkers understand commie units better than freedom units. Plus my daughter goes to school in Fredericton so she converted so she can figure out how many layers she needs to get between buildings without losing digits

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    sounds un-American to me

    some kind of commie pinko plot
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    Just dawned at me that a visit to the catacombs would be appropriate. Deep underground, always cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Just dawned at me that a visit to the catacombs would be appropriate. Deep underground, always cool.
    as long as you don't mind waiting outside in the 100 degree heat for 3 hours until you get in there

    it was raining the day I went
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    I went there in November, when there's no lines for anything. Early Sunday morning, too. Very cool creepy.

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    Ah, yeah, you're right. Most recent review on TripAdvisor, just a few days ago: "Having a free day in Paris, I visited the catacombs on impulse. I arrived just before the place opened at 10 am and the line snaked around the Block. It took two hours to get to the entrance. Entrance is 13 Euro for an adult." But, he did say it was worth it.

    So, maybe get there at 9, still cool outside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    is this the thread where we announce what we're doing this weekend?
    More of a humble brag thread


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    I agree, worth it- so cool- just be prepped for the queue
    I was there in March

    the thing I really didn't care to wait in line for was to go to the top of the eiffel tower
    I loved seeing the eiffel and reading about it's construction etc (a good book with chapter on eiffel construction- Rust: the longest war) but really had no desire to go up there
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    Good weather for skirts.


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    It's a pretty flat city. Not a whole lot to see up there.

    Did it at night, a little toasted, the lights made it really entertaining.

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    for the catacombs, you can reserve an entry online for a few euros more. I did this with the kids in April, and we only waited in the reserved line for 20 min.

    http://catacombs.paris-tickets.org

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    I think its best to check online into a reservation for a lot of things in Yurp, i reserved ahead for the Gaudi Cathedral otherwise i don't think you could just walk up and get in

    BTW those "free" walking tours are always pretty good, you book them online, show up if you like the tour give the guide ( usually a grad student working his way thru school ) 5 or 10 euro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Just drink a lot of excellent cheap red and ogle the hot women, who are numerous, wearing little. You'll be fine.
    All these years and finally a valid suggestion from this guy.
    Be always sure you're right ó THEN GO AHEAD!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharcsplean View Post
    for the catacombs, you can reserve an entry online for a few euros more. I did this with the kids in April, and we only waited in the reserved line for 20 min.

    http://catacombs.paris-tickets.org
    Holy shit they Disney-fied the Catacombs. Next will be a special 100% mark-up Pass for the faster line into the Louvre.

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    You mean there isnít?


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    Last time I was there we bought a multi day/multi attraction Paris pass that got us past a lot of lines, and it wasn't expensive.

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    Head over to Walmart and grab a few sleeveless shirts like these to wear.

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    If the catacombs are too crowded, perhaps pop over to Jim Morrison's grave.
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    EPO...it helped LA. but the old folks go first, by the time france cleans up that mess, things will cool down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
    More of a humble brag thread


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    Itís my job to schlepp management around Europe to meet with investors. Was just wondering if walking between meetings was doable in 97 degree heat. Itís not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stu Gotz View Post
    Iíll 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 ďMan itís hotĒ kinda heat?
    Maybe itís just 100 C not F 🤯. Enjoy being in yurp where no one uses a/c in balls hot record heat. I hear Versailles is lovely.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stu Gotz View Post
    Itís my job to schlepp management around Europe to meet with investors. Was just wondering if walking between meetings was doable in 97 degree heat. Itís not.
    You there now? Dam hot.


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    Yeouch. 113? I think I can smell the lack of deodorant from Ut.

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