While the economy is busy finding new lows, my portfolio is in the red, neither presidential (or VP) candidate impresses, and I have a headache to boot, I wonder aloud whether it would be a good time to plan for a visit to Paris in late November?
Yes, being the all-too-frequent armchair traveler, I have taken the liberty of confirming availability for flights with good connections and fares, and our favorite hotel in the Left Bank is available at a good rate. We can make it there and back on a somewhat reasonable air/hotel budget.
Of course, we savvy travelers know that getting to and staying in Paris is one thing, but remaining there is another, what with all the airport transfers, museums, metro tickets, souvenirs, postcards, stamps, food, wine, pastry, baguettes, pate, crepes....
I note that someone in this forum updates regularly the falling Euro (compared to the U.S. dollar), so maybe by the time late November arrives, the Euro will have fallen even further.
So with a little extra time on my hands, I post this query. What do you think?