New Ideas for Paris?

Feb 16th, 2007, 07:34 PM
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Hello, I am interested in the cheese tour, how much and how long was it? thank you PJ
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Feb 16th, 2007, 07:54 PM
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Rule # 1: Go to Paris and walk around to see what you can see!
Rule # 2: Always be proper, but interact to learn whom you might meet.
Rule # 3: Bite what you can bite... just hope that it is cheese!
Rule #4: Let yourself be bitten; just hope that you've been smitten.
Rule #5: When in Paris: eat, drink and(with a little research of your own you'll find what you are going/came here for) be merry!
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Feb 27th, 2007, 06:33 AM
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Just did the segway trip around paris yesterday. Once one ignores the "awesome" US speak it was "jolly fun" with great care and attention given to some mature Californians on the trip who managed to get lost, fall off etc. Generally I would say this was a very safe way of seeing a few of the main sites between the Louvre and the tour eiffel. The two wheel electrical things were relatively easy to learn though I still managed to whizz off across a lawn with park keepers panicing behind me.

Worth the money.... well not so sure but... for a celebration or a one off pretty good
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