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Transcript of Paris
Vacation of a Lifetime to Paris!
Population: Over 2.2 million
Population Density: The population density in Paris is really high compared to most western cities.
Major Cities: Paris is a city
Literacy Rates: total population: 99%
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Itinerary - Day 1-7
Budget - Graph
Wealth\income: Paris is the wealthiest City in France. Average income in a family is over $4,000 per month
Exports: alcoholic beverages, aircrafts and aircraft parts, agricultural products, weapons.
Imports : Oil, manufactured product, textiles
Absolute location of Paris: 48° 51' N, 2° 21' E
(48 degrees latitude and 2 degrees longitude.)
Relative location: Just north of France and east of Germany
Size: 105.4 km² (Wikipedia)
Landforms: 41 square miles of France
Bodies of Water: The Seine River
Vegetation: Mostly forests
Wilflife: Butterflies, birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.
Many towers & Most of the housing in Paris are apartments
Paris consist of mainly Roman Catholics and other religions such as Islam, Judaism and Protestant
The Eiffel Tower lights up on certain occasions when celebrating national events.
On the fourteenth of July, there are ginormous fireworks and people hold dances in the streets.
There are the bi-annual fashion weeks where couturiers show their new collections for the next season.
Artists will often meet together in certain areas like Montmartre, and sell their painting in the main square.
There are many particular street markets in traditional locations that sell flower, antiques and bric-a -brac.
Parisians take their holidays mainly in July and August and go away at that time of the year.
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1 January: New Year’s Day
Between 22 March and 25 April: Easter Monday
1 May: Labour Day
8 May: Victory 1945
20 May: Ascension
30 May: Whit Monday
14 July: Bastille Day
15 August: Assumption Day
1 November: All Saints’ Day
11 November: Armistice 1918
25 December: Christmas Day
Paris has a great line-up of first-class productions, such as ballet, opera, musicals, great shows, plays international shows and great entertainment.
There are 153 museums in Paris, Musée d'Anatomie Delmas-Orfila-Rouvière being the longest art museum in Paris
Le Meurice, L'Astrance, Huitrerie Regis, Macéo and Spring are the top 5 best restaurants in Paris dinners at these restaurants can cost up to €200
if you don't want to stick out in Paris, wear black and leave your hoodies and matching sweatpants, white tennis shoes, shorts and bright colored nylon windbreakers at home.
Dress your age and dress nicely
Dress up your outfits by wearing accessories like necklaces, earrings and scarves.
Wear Comfortable Shoes
Jeans are ok
The Eiffel Tower was built in 1889
Paris was almost destroyed in WW2
on August 1789 the right of everyone to be free was declared
In 1940 Nazi Germany invaded Paris
Paris is over 2,000 years old
Preparation - Currency
Foreign currency exchange: $1 CA is $0.74 Euro
Purchase of travellers cheques: Travellers cheques are not common to use in Paris. Travellers often used their ATM card.
Preparation - Medical
No necessary risks/vaccinations needed to visit Paris.
Small first aid kit
Tetanus-diphtheria (Revaccination recommended every 10 years)
Influenza (Recommended for all travelers from November through April)
Medical Emergencies: Dial "15"
Preparation - Wardrobe
Types of clothing appropriate for climate/Acceptable dress:
accessories such as cardigans, scarves, earrings, bracelets, earrings
simple pair of shoes
umbrella for daytime thunderstorms.
Preparation - Documents
Preparation - Electronics
GPS if driving
Electrical adapters for chargers
Hair dryers are not needed because hotels often carry them
Preparation - Personal Security
Don't carry too much cash with you
Keep eye out for pickpocketers
Never leave your bag or valuables unattended
Purchase travel insurance
Be careful when crossing street, traffic laws commonly get broken
Check price of taxi ride before riding it, sometimes overcharge tourist
Travel Arrangements - Transportation
Date: July 2 - July 11
Local time of departures and arrivals: 9am on july 2nd get there at 6pm july 2nd.
Travel time: 9hrs 20minutes
Distance travelled: 5643.39km
Travel Arrangements - Accommodations
Description: 5 star hotel that costs up to $506 per night.
Location: André Malraux, 75001 Paris
Duration take a couple of hours to settle in
Itinerary - Day 2
11:30am: Wake up
12pm: Eat lunch at Bistrotters (20 minute car ride)
1pm: head back to hotel
5pm: Eiffel Tower Dinner and Seine River Cruise
9pm: Go back to hotel
Itinerary - Day 3
8am: breakfast at Time Out $20
12pm: Lunch Bistro Volnay
1pm: hang around at hotel
6pm: Dinner at L'Astrance
8pm: Moulin Rouge Show Paris
11pm: head back to hotel
Itinerary - Day 4
9am: Eat breakfast at hotel $20
10am: Paris Louvre Museum Guided Tour
12pm: Lunch at The classic bistros
1pm: Skip the Line: Versailles Palace and Gardens Walking Tour
4pm: Head back to hotel
6pm; Dinner at Huitrerie Regis
10am: Breakfast in hotel
11am: Impressionist Art Tour: Giverny, Chatou and Musée de l'Orangerie with Seine River Cruise
4pm: Cartier (shopping)
6pm: Dinner at Macéo $60
Itinerary day 5
Itinerary day 6
9am: breakfast at Le Stella $40
10am: Chateaux du Chambord, Chenonceau and Loire Valley Wine-Tasting Day Trip
5pm: Dinner at Thoumieux $75
Itinerary day 7
10am: breakfest at hotel
11am: stay at hotel for an hr
12pm: Lunch at Café Constant
1pm: Forum des Halles Shopping Center
7pm: Dinner/dessert: Paris Chocolate and Pastry Food Tour
itinerary day 8
10am: Paris Chocolate and Pastry Food
6pm: French Gourmet Cuisine: Dinner and Wine Pairings at a Paris Wine Cellar
8pm: head back to hotel
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Budget - Chart
Hotel - $506 a night x8 = $4048
Breakfast - $100
lunch - $110
Eiffel Tower Dinner and Seine River Cruise $187
Le Meurice $250
Versailles Small Group Day Trip from Paris $119
Viator VIP: Palace of Versailles Small-Group Tour with Private Viewing of the Royal Quarters $244.02
Dinner at L'Astrance $267
Moulin Rouge Show Paris $146
Skip the Line: Paris Louvre Museum Guided Tour $70
Skip the Line: Versailles Palace and Gardens Walking Tour $90.50
Huitrerie Regis $40
Impressionist Art Tour: Giverny, Chatou and Musée de l'Orangerie with Seine River Cruise $288
Dinner- Macéo $60
Skip the Line: Chateaux du Chambord, Chenonceau and Loire Valley Wine-Tasting Day Trip from Paris $200
Dinner: Thoumieux $75
Disneyland Paris Ticket: 1 Day 2 Park $80
Teen Shopping and Fashion Accessories Tour in Paris $500
Dinner/dessert: Paris Chocolate and Pastry Food Tour $200
Disneyland Resort Paris with Transport 4hrs ($250)
French Gourmet Cuisine: Dinner and Wine Pairings at a Paris Wine Cellar $200
Visiting Paris is simple
Only need a valid passport for each member of the family.
Visa not needed for first 90 days of visit
Travel - $200
Entertainment - $1914.52
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Itinerary day 1
9am: Leave for airport
6pm: Get to Paris
6:30pm: be at Hotel Du Louvre (5 star hotel) and Unpack, get settled in
7pm: have dinner at hotel
Itinerary day 9
8am: Have breakfast at hotel
9am: Pack up bags
11am: Leave hotel
8pm: Get back to Ottawa
October 2, 2012 by The Polyurethanes team