• Flying alone at 16?

    Hi, I'm planning a trip to Paris in June 2018 once I've left school. I'm planning on staying for 2-3 weeks and I will be 16 when I go to Paris. I will also be alone the whole trip. I'm wondering if I can fly alone from the UK to Paris,France and if I can what type of paperwork/consent letters I... show more
    Hi, I'm planning a trip to Paris in June 2018 once I've left school. I'm planning on staying for 2-3 weeks and I will be 16 when I go to Paris. I will also be alone the whole trip. I'm wondering if I can fly alone from the UK to Paris,France and if I can what type of paperwork/consent letters I need. Thanks
    4 answers · Paris · 3 days ago
  • What to do in paris?

    6 answers · Paris · 7 days ago
  • Why do Asians have a flat face ?

    Best answer: It's genetic..
    Best answer: It's genetic..
    4 answers · Misi-Pyrenees · 7 days ago
  • What do teens wear in Paris?

    11 answers · Paris · 2 weeks ago
  • Why do I get nasty looks in France for telling people to speak English?

    Best answer: Are you really this stupid?
    Best answer: Are you really this stupid?
    4 answers · Other - France · 2 weeks ago
  • What Paris museum should I visit?

    I'm making a documentary on Paris, the city of love. Why it's called the city of love, where it came from, et cetera, et cetera. I want to visit a museum, but I think I have time to only visit one, maybe two. What museum has the most on Paris history?
    I'm making a documentary on Paris, the city of love. Why it's called the city of love, where it came from, et cetera, et cetera. I want to visit a museum, but I think I have time to only visit one, maybe two. What museum has the most on Paris history?
    4 answers · Paris · 2 weeks ago
  • What can I add in a Paris documentary?

    Best answer: Other than museums in Paris, I don't think you're going to get much help from museums. You can look up some things like the Bridge of Locks, where people attached locks as a way of pledging love (the locks were taken off because the weight was harming the bridge, but I think people are now putting locks on... show more
    Best answer: Other than museums in Paris, I don't think you're going to get much help from museums. You can look up some things like the Bridge of Locks, where people attached locks as a way of pledging love (the locks were taken off because the weight was harming the bridge, but I think people are now putting locks on different bridges). You might also include some of the songs that reference Paris as the city of love- April In Paris, I love Paris, etc., and the movies that have shown romantic images of Paris, like Audrey Hepburn in Funny Face and Forget Paris.
    5 answers · Paris · 3 weeks ago
  • HUUUUUGE Catholic Revival in France?

    “Catholicism is undergoing a true revival in France—[a country] which many people had written off as the most secular country on earth this side of Cuba or North Korea,” Mr. Gobry said. “Anecdotally...churches are packed on Sunday now—at least in the big city and increasingly in the countryside. Ten years ago that... show more
    “Catholicism is undergoing a true revival in France—[a country] which many people had written off as the most secular country on earth this side of Cuba or North Korea,” Mr. Gobry said. “Anecdotally...churches are packed on Sunday now—at least in the big city and increasingly in the countryside. Ten years ago that was very much not the case…. In some churches you may have to sit on the floor—and people eagerly do!
    9 answers · Other - France · 4 weeks ago
  • Which is better City: Paris OR Rome?

    Best answer: Paris
    Best answer: Paris
    7 answers · Paris · 1 month ago
  • Help with what to expect for groceries in France please!?

    First, please excuse the ignorance. I have never been outside of the US, and while I know that things are not so very different in Europe, I am still nervous and could use some advice. I am moving to a smallish city in France for about a year, and I do not speak French. I have a lot of severe food allergies that... show more
    First, please excuse the ignorance. I have never been outside of the US, and while I know that things are not so very different in Europe, I am still nervous and could use some advice. I am moving to a smallish city in France for about a year, and I do not speak French. I have a lot of severe food allergies that essentially limit my food intake to meat, vegetables, and fruit, so I have gotten really used to cooking everything for myself, shopping for everything at Whole Foods, and never relying on eating out; this is the reason for my anxiety. Since I am coming from the US, I cannot take my food through customs, so I will need to get my bearings quickly once arriving there. I have the (possibly incorrect) idea that stores in Europe are smaller and more specialized and not the same kind of "superstores" that we are used to in the US. So where do I need to go to buy pots and pans, vegetables, and meat? I would imagine finding vegetables will be easy, but where do I go for meat? To a butcher? Or is a variety of meat easy to find in normal grocery stores? Are there specific chains that I should be able to find right away or ask for directions to? Are there any chains somewhat like Whole Foods that specialize in organic/sustainable/etc. food? Thank you!
    7 answers · Lorraine · 1 month ago
  • Is it true France surrendered Paris to the Nazis without firing a shot?

    Best answer: France along with England had all their soldiers stationed along the border with Germany. The German tanks broke through their line and just kept rolling all the way across France without much resistance. The French and English forces were trapped with their backs to the sea and escaped on boats across the English... show more
    Best answer: France along with England had all their soldiers stationed along the border with Germany. The German tanks broke through their line and just kept rolling all the way across France without much resistance. The French and English forces were trapped with their backs to the sea and escaped on boats across the English Channel to England. Yeah, basically Paris was surrendered without a shot being fired although I am not too sure about the details. It was probably to save the city from destruction. It wasn't long before Hitler flew to Paris to celebrate the victory.
    4 answers · Paris · 2 months ago