Paris Travel

We must not overlook the opportunity to see the tree of seven stories that adorns the dome of the first in the boulevard Hassmann. We can also use the visit to climb to the lookout and watch the night Paris was inaugurated in December after five in the afternoon. Eiffel Tower flashes each hour for five minutes while facing the Palais de Chaillot the lights of the sources in the Trocadero Gardens. A show for those who must have controlled the clock, but it is not the only way to live the Christmas celebration in Paris. The Champs Elysees leave a trail of lights to the Arc de Triomphe, while in the square of Notre Dame celebrate the holidays with the usual red balls fir. Until now the financial outlay has been minimal, but Christmas means homemade ornaments for purchase will be very useful flower and bird market. May overwhelm the variety of Christmas items including must acquire at least a wreath, typical of French holding tables. Common among the Parisians is to use the ice rinks of the Montparnasse district, the town hall square or opposite the Hotel de Ville, in addition to trips to the surroundings.

If we travel with children is a good idea to meet (34 kilometers), but if looking for something more special we should approach Amiens. One hour from Paris will run into the lights of the cathedral, declared heritage UNESCO World, next to the usual festive decorations market. On our return, and during the stay in Paris we determine where we will spend the night. At this time it extends the range of possibilities and raise prices. If we look for something bizarre to contemplate the possibility of installing in an igloo in the Aquitaine region or host near the home of Santa Claus and his elves in Champagne-Ardenne.

These and similar alternatives will involve a significant financial outlay, so it is advised to travel with few resources join the fashion. If we present a cost about 20 the night in shared room maybe we can take home any of the 13 desserts that characterize the end of the year in a town farther north of Paris, Lille. By: Sonia L. Sonia Baena is an independent traveler, before working as a writer for HostelBookers toured several continents to discover the wonders of their cities and towns. During his stay, several hostels in France of quality and affordable place to stay.