Post by katiewilson8210 on Sept 21, 2022 12:25:36 GMT
The waiters are quick to figure out which tourist can be fooled and which cannot. In France, you will always get a carafe of water for breakfast/lunch/dinner. You can ask for it even if you are drinking a cup of tea. You will not be charged for this. BUT! Attention - they will definitely take it if you slam your ears and do not specifically ask for "Carafe d'eau, s'il vous plaît" [karaf do, sil vu ple] - "A decanter of water, please." If you say that, they will understand you and bring water from the tap. If you do not clarify this point, you will get a glass bottle of water, for which you will have to pay 6-8 euros.
In the famous Notre-Dame de Paris, free Russian-language tours are held twice a week - on Wednesday at 14:00 and Saturday at 14:30
Bois de Vincennes is the largest park in Paris (995 hectares). Previously, all the French kings hunted here. On the territory there are lakes and canals, bridges, fountains and all kinds of cafes. And there is also a zoo, a hippodrome, botanical gardens and even a Buddhist pagoda.