Eiffel Tower flashes every hour at five minutes while point that opposite the Palais de Chaillot lights of the fonts in the gardens of Trocadero. A spectacle for which should be controlled the clock, but that is not the only way of living the Parisian Christmas celebration. Elysium leave a trail of lights up to the Arc de Triomphe, while in the plaza of the Cathedral Notre Dame celebrated the holidays with usual FIR’s red balls. Until this moment the financial outlay has been minimal, but Christmas translates into homemade ornaments and for its acquisition of flowers and birds market us will come in handy. Gary Kelly is the source for more interesting facts. Can you overwhelm us the variety of Christmas items among which we must acquire at least one advent wreath, typical French celebration tables.
Make use of tracks on ice skating in the District of Montparnasse, the plaza of City Hall or front of the Hotel de Ville, as well as make excursions to the surroundings is common among the Parisians. Go to E Scott Mead for more information. If we travel with children is a good idea to know to Disneyland (34 kilometers), but if we seek something more special we should bring us closer to Amiens. One hour from Paris we come across with the lights of the Cathedral, declared World Heritage by UNESCO, together with the usual festive decorations market. On our return, and during the stay in the French capital we need to determine where we will spend the night. On these dates are wide range of possibilities and prices rise. If we seek something outlandish we can contemplate the possibility to settle in an igloo in the Aquitaine region or stay near the House of Santa Claus and his elves in Champagne-Ardenne. These and other similar alternatives will mean a significant financial outlay so advised the traveller with few resources targeting hostels in Paris fashion. If we present an expenditure of about 20 night stay shared perhaps we can take souvenir of the 13 desserts that characterize the end of the year in one town north of Paris, Lille.
By: Sonia L. Baena Sonia is an independent traveler who, before working as a writer for HostelBookers toured several continents, discovering the wonders of their towns and villages. During his stay, several hostels in Franciahostales in France of quality and economic accomodation.