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Study French in Paris
This article has been updated with Conversation Exchange ideas. The Paris Mayor's Office has added a "Learning French" page to their Website with tips on who can take classes and where. Staying in Paris awhile? Check your with your local mayor's office (each arrondissement has one) for information on municipal classes. No restrictions on nationality or residence status. You must be over 18.
Photography in Paris
Paris Ganesh Festival is held every September. Parade begins and ends at Temple Ganesh 10th arrondissement How do you take a good photo of Paris? I take photos in Paris all the time. I look at other photographer’s photos and sometimes wonder how they did it. Photo styles vary. But with the numerous photography tours in Paris, you will find your style. A tour is probably a good way to see Paris from all angles, from a new viewpoint, in the early morning when Paris is just waking up and the streets are quiet. The following information is not all-inclusive, but it is a start. It will either list photographers…
Paris WiFi Hotspots
While in Paris consider using free Wi-Fi (pronounced weefee) if your hotel does not provide the service. Or what if you want to look something up while waiting for a bus while in Paris? Who wants to pay roaming charges?! The city of Paris provides free Wi-Fi at various locations. You can find the service at some restaurants and cafés and fast food outlets. Wi-Fi App To find a Wi-Fi hotspot, download an application for your phone. If you walk around Paris with your laptop open all of the time, you might miss some of the sights! Search for wif finders in the iTunes store (free). It is listed…