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Sunday, March 2, 2014

March is one of the best months to visit Paris. Low airfares, available seats at the Garnier, plenty of space to stroll around in the Louvre - and a good chance you can reserve a table at your favorite restaurant. The weather is variable, but if you can stay at least ten days, the sun will try to join you too.

4 comments:

  1. I agree. We were in Paris last March and, although a bit chilly, that didn't stop us from enjoying ourselves and the lack of crowd.
    Thanks so much for joining in with Dreaming of France today. I put your name and your URL in the Links. Hopefully it will work for you next time.
    Here’s my Dreaming of France meme

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  2. Hi there Kiwi, I've popped over to your blog to get to know you after receiving your kind comments on mine! Thanks so much for following along with our adventure. Your blog looks so interesting and I'm signing up by email. I'm sure we will visit Paris one day and it's good to read all your tips and have the benefit of your knowledge. See you soon, Maggie xx bramblinginbrittany.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. Kiwi it is time to get back to your blog girl

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  4. Kiwi, I agree. We have had some beautiful weather in March in Paris.
    Thanks for your advice on my Dreaming of France meme. I can't find your email to send you an email, but if you could email me at paulita (at) paulita kincer.com -- no spaces, I'd love to pick your brain.
    My husband and I weren't certain if we needed a long-term visa if we weren't staying in one place but traveling around. Also, we might do some housesitting and visiting in Germany, Italy and the UK. What I read about visas said you take the forms to the local mairie and we won't have a local mairie since we're traveling around. Any advice helps.

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