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Paris Vacation Rental Apartments

Days ago,some people was asking us about some tips about informations of apartments of Paris Vacation.But,Im not know lots of it,today,its a casually,I found a chapter which is just about the problem,so share to you,and wish all of you have a good day on your vacations.

One bedroom & air conditioned with a balcony, rental from $160 one night

Choose a Paris vacation rental from over 100 high quality apartments situated in all of the popular locations. These vacation accommodations are on both the Right and Left Banks and are ideal for holidays in France.

Rue Cler neighborhood, one bedroom one night

Our Paris flats are specially furnished for vacation and holiday rentals. Many of the vacation apartments have unique features- one apartment has a private outdoor garden patio and another flat has a roof top terrace from which you can view much of Paris. Each apartment is privately owned and reflects the taste of the owner. Vacation rentals have a minimum of three nights.

St Michel studio for $140 one night, sleeps four

Unlike other rental services, when you book a Paris flat with us there is no need to start your vacation by a trek to an office in France to obtain the apartment keys and then go to the apartment. And it is usually unnecessary to set an appointment to be met at the flat. Your Paris vacation starts as soon as you arrive! Weve eliminated all these unnecessary hassles for most rentals by supplying the apartment keys and arrival information before you travel to France- we ship worldwide. Then when you get to Paris, follow our directions and go directly to the rental apartment. Of course, we do have a management team in Paris if needed.

Luxury Left bank three bedroom vacation rental on rue de Grenelle from $495

Select a studio apartment, one bedroom, or two bedroom Paris rental- our accommodations range from standard quality to luxury. All flats have a kitchen area, private bathroom, cable or satellite TV, telephone for unlimited local calls and unlimited incoming calls worldwide. Some apartments have air conditioning.

Whether this is your first trip to Paris or if you travel here often, once you have experienced a Paris apartment vacation rental holiday, youll never be satisfied with just a Paris hotel.

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Tips For Tourists Visiting France

When traveling to any other country, it is important to be culturally sensitive and aware of the way you act in order to get the positive responses you desire from native people in the country you are visiting. France is no exception. Although some people may have heard the stereotypes of French people acting snobby or rude to foreigners, the same can be said for Americans, Britons, or people of any nationality. If you follow a few simple tips, you can have a much better time, and hopefully make some friends with locals on the way.

1) Ask Before Speaking English

Even though English is one of the most prevalent languages in the world, it does not mean that it is the best language in the world, nor does it mean that everyone speaks English fluently and is comfortable speaking English. In particular, French people are proud of their gentle, poetic language, and as a visitor to France, you are on their home ground. Therefore, it is important to be respectful about language. This does not mean that you need to speak fluent French before you arrive in the country, it simply means that you need to know one simple phrase: Parlez-vous anglais? (PAHR-lay vew zon-GLAY?). By simply asking if the other person speaks English in French politely first, you are taking a step in the right direction. Chances are, they will respond warmly and not feel as awkward if their English is not perfect.

2) Take Your Time and Dont Expect Perfection

Travelers need to be aware that their own stringent guidelines do not necessarily cross borders into other countries with us. Attitudes in Europe in general are fairly laid back about service, especially when it comes to restaurants in France. Where you might get a meal, eat, pay and be out the door in an hour in New York City, meals in Paris usually last for hours. If your food takes a while to come out, dont expect to get a discount, instead sit back and order another glass of wine or just take a deep breath and enjoy the scenery. At the end of the meal, you may have to ask for your check, but try to do so kindly or it may only take longer. Waiters and waitresses are paid and hourly rate and theyre not depending on your tip, so if you want smooth service, do your part to take it easy and be polite.

3) Understand and Follow the French Schedule

Unlike in say, America, where there is a pretty standard schedule of work from 8 or 9 to 5 or 6, people in France take their day slower and easier. Many businesses close altogether for lunch hours, and cafes take their breaks around 3pm. If you eat at midday with the rest of the French people and then visit tourist attractions or shops in the afternoon, you will be much better off than the other way around. Also, keep in mind that nearly all shops are closed on Sunday.

If you follow these three simple travel tips, you will be guaranteed to have a smoother and more enjoyable trip to France. Pack carefully, and dont forget to leave your manners behind!