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PARIS AND NORMANDY IN LATE OCTOBER AND EARLY NOVEMBER

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1. Posted by LALY (First Time Poster, 1 posts) 1 Jul '14 16:40

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Hi! I need help ASAP!!!

I found out about a cheaper air fare on those dates to go to France. I so wanna go but it's still a lot of money!! I don't know what to do. People tell me that it's cold, and there is school holiday. But other people tell me that it's ok, that is not so cold and that the holiday doesn't affect tourism. What do you guys think? Is it worth it? How is the weather?? And since I read that on low season some attractiones are closed, are there gonna be attractions closed on that moment.??

Seems like silly questions I know, but I'm sort of stressing out. I already lost one ticket sale and I don't want to loose another, but I'm not fully convinced that is a good time to travel there.

HELP! Pleeeease! hehehe

Thanks a lot in advance. :)

2. Posted by Alain13 (Full Member, 35 posts) 2 Jul '14 00:23

Hi ,
Sure it will be windy and rainy (and could be cold) and there is public holiday around 1st November.
But if you don't mind about the weather wou will find far less tourists. All attractions will remain open in Paris and Normandy. I prefer to visit the Mont Saint Michel in October November rather facing the crowd in summer.
Just protect yourself from wind and rain.
Alain

[ Edit: Edited on 02-Jul-2014, at 00:29 by Alain13 ]