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                                                     How to Catch a Bus in Paris
                                                             By Teena Hughes

  One of the most common questions I get asked about Paris is, "How easy is it to get around by

My answer is, "It's very easy, once you know how."

 OK that doesn't sound very helpful, but what I'm trying to say is that catching a bus in a foreign city is
no harder than anything else you're likely to do, but when it's something you've never done before, you
have a fear factor - the fear of the unknown.

 I'll explain to you how to make sure you don't get lost on a bus in Paris, and then your fear factor will

 All cities around the world where there are buses have timetables. These days you can look up bus
and other transport timetables on the internet, and you can also get a printed timetable. When you're
standing at a bus stop in Paris, you will also see terrific maps to help you work out where you want to




 You don't really need to speak French to catch a bus in Paris, you just need to know the name of the
street and area (suburb) where you want to go, and if you plan on returning, make sure you know your
return address. Have BOTH of these written down so you can show the bus driver if he can't
understand you.

 Don't laugh about having your return address on you - I know people who've forgotten where they're
staying when they're on holidays. Generally they get to their accommodation, leave their luggage in the
hostel, hotel or friend's apartment, then excitedly head out for a day or evening of adventure.

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 When it's time to come home, they may discover they left the address with all their worldly
possessions ... at their accommodation. It's easier said than done - trust me.

 I heard a story from a friend of mine this week whose daughter went to Paris to stay with friends and
did exactly that. She headed out to meet friends for dinner and music, and even managed to get the
bus back to her friend's apartment ... but didn't know which apartment on which floor.

 So what did she do? Burst into tears of course, and someone kindly stopped to help her. Luckily they
found an all-night cafe close by where the girl could stay safe and warm, and where she could keep an
eye on the building until her friend left for work the next day. It's evidently not very comfortable to stay
in a cafe from midnight to 7am :-)




Once you're in the bus there are 3 things which I really like:

- a simple to follow bus map along the edge of the roof of the bus

- a clock at the front of the bus so you can make sure you're on time

- friendly people who are willing to help if you look or feel lost.

 Parisians are friendly and sympathetic, so don't be embarrassed to ask for help. Show people the
piece of paper you're carrying with the address of where you're going, and they will be able to help you.




- always have something on you which says the full address and phone number where you're going

- always carry a map with your accommodation marked on it clearly, so you can find your way home

- make sure you have your friend's or the hotel's phone number with you

- be polite, say "Merci!" for "Thank you!", and "Pardon" for "Excuse me."

 Most of all, enjoy the adventure of being in a foreign city - acknowledge the fact that you're bound to
make a few mistakes along the way, and laugh them off when they happen. You'll have a much more
enjoyable trip if you do.

Bon voyage, and don't forget to have fun!

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Teena Hughes is an Australian who has lived in Paris and loves all things French. Visit Teena's
website and learn about this beautiful city through the eyes of someone who loves it:

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                                 Pad-A-Terre Paris Apartments for your Paris Vacation
                                                                By Mike Smith

Once settled into our Paris vacation rentals, prepare to begin your Paris vacation! Everyone in Paris
gets picked up in front of Paris vacation apartments, better still request that Paris based 4 Roues Sous
1 Parapluie meet you at the Palais Garnier opera house. They shuttle you round Paris in a
chauffeur-driven convertible 2CV. In the event of rain, take metro lines 7 and 9 (near many of our
apartments in Paris) to arrive at Mirosmenil for the Musée Jacquemart André. The museums audio
guide tells the story of how Nélie Jacquemart met banker Edouard André when she was painting his
portrait. Otherwise refer to our Paris apartments guide for an abridged version. They married not far
from a couple of our Paris apartment rentals and travelled the world collecting art, now stored in their
very romantic ‘private museum’. After your visit museum, head back to our Paris apartments or treat
yourselves to tea and cakes under a Tieopolo ceiling in the café. You could always opt for taking one
back to our apartments in Paris.

Time for a drink. Take the bus from St Philippe du Roule station (near our Garnier Paris rentals) to the
Arc de Triomphe. In Summer, take the lift to the 7th floor of the Hôtel Raphael to enjoy martinis with a
view of the setting. Our Paris vacation apartments are only a short cab ride away. The showstopper is
the vertical garden in the inner courtyard overflowing with hundreds of exotic plants and flowers.

Leaving this glamorous worlds behind, direction of your Paris vacation apartments, stroll down to the
river and jump on a Bateau Bus (river boat) at Pont d’Alma. The boats run every half an hour – the ride
is magnificent, taking in some of Paris major sights – the Louvre, Musée d’Orsay to name just a few.
You will also sail past a number of our Paris apartment rentals. Jump off at Hôtel de Ville and stroll into
the Marais for dinner. The 'Marais' is today amongst Paris' most characteristic neighbourhoods.
Chances are you’re staying here in one of our Paris vacation rentals. It is thriving, trendy and a delight
to explore and on the door stop of our favourite Paris apartment rentals. It's medieval lanes are home
to impressive mansions, museums, up-and-coming artists' galleries, Paris apartments and designers'
showrooms. That said, the area is artistic rather than touristy and has been christened the latest refuge
for the Paris artisan fleeing the tourist-trampled St-Germain-des-Pres, location of some of our other
apartments in Paris. No surprises then that some of the city’s most authentic bistrots, brasseries, cafés
and street markets are to be found here. There are so many restaurants to recommend in the area.
These are detailed in your Paris apartment rentals guide. One of our favorites is Georget, adjacent to
our Marais Paris vacation rentals. The family is called Georget but the restaurant is also known as
Robert et Louise, the anachronism giving you some clue for the charm that awaits. This comes highly
recommended during your vacation in Paris. All of our Paris vacation rentals are in or near the Marais,
so from here it’s a gentle stroll home.

We look forward to welcoming you on your Paris vacation to one of our Paris vacation apartments.

Paris Vacation Apartment Rentals - Pad-a-Terre offers Paris vacation apartment rentals including
Thanksgiving vacation special deals & packages.

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