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Traveling to paris for one week?

Traveling to paris for one week? Topic: Suitcase shop
June 16, 2019 / By Raschelle
Question: illl be going to paris for one week next month and i would like to know how much euros i need to carry to spend,flight and accommodation with feeding has been taken care of, so how much should i take along for clothes,accesories,a locked iphone 4,shoes,e.t.c P.S i'm 16yrs
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Merideth Merideth | 2 days ago
Take as much as you can possibly afford as Paris is an amazing city. You will die when you see the fashion available in the shops. You'll need money for another suitcase as well! If you have a bank card, use that to get euros out of an ATM, but you might need to tell the bank you'll be using it in Paris.
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Merideth Originally Answered: When parents have week on week off custody, is it common for neither parent to pay child support?
It depends upon the financial status of both parents. If there is drastic disparity between the two incomes then support may be awarded. Each parent has to be able to maintain a home for the child.
Merideth Originally Answered: When parents have week on week off custody, is it common for neither parent to pay child support?
Even sole custodial fathers are ordered to pay child support, so don't depend on it. The idea that men want custody or joint custody to avoid child support is an urban myth. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090920192207AA2kvLm Mothers frequently still get awarded some or full child support through the introduction of a rebuttable presumption that they are somehow harmed by no having their children. However, that argument is a two-way street, but attorneys representing fathers tend to forget that. This link will tell you more. http://Child_Support.Dads-House.org I would like to mention that James Cook, the father of Joint Custody was a friend for over 10 years. We lost Jim to Cancer in 2009. He began the good fight in 1974. As an alternative, have you considered Bird Nest Custody? http://bird_nest_custody.dads-house.org To learn a father's rights, join Dads House in Yahoo Groups. It's free to join, access all materials, and you associate with other fathers going through, and have already gone through, the same issues. We have an Educational Manual that teaches everything that needs to be known in addressing your legal issues. Mention your question here when asked why you want to join, as well as your state? http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DadsHouse/
Merideth Originally Answered: When parents have week on week off custody, is it common for neither parent to pay child support?
It really depends in this situation. Normally with shared custody, neither parent pays the other support, because both parents are equally raising the child. But if one parent makes significantly more than the other, the court may put a modified support plan in place.

Leone Leone
You shouldn't carry too much money on you, maybe up to 50 euros. That should cover drinks, snacks, a meal, museum entrance. If you need more you can either pay by card or withdraw money. True - call your bank before you leave, they have these extra security measures. It is indeed very suspicious that someone wants to withdraw money in another country (why???). You can be left with no money in a strange place although there IS money on your account - it happened to me.
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Leone Originally Answered: How do I "blend in" in Paris?
Hair - teenagers tend to wear it long and well cut. Many pull it up into a simple pony tail. It's hot in summer so makeup is pointless anyway - a bit of lip gloss and mascara. Apart from a bottle of water, food and drink should be eaten at table or on a bench in the park picnic style. You don't wander around with food and drink, especially not public transport. Say Madame, Monsieur when you go into a shop or a lift with people of both sexes in it - just Madame/Mesdames for single/several women and Monsieur/messieurs for men. Speak quietly - I don't know where you are from but here in Paris you can hear some tourists a mile off! Especially useful to remember in public transport and restaurants. And talking of the metro don't forget to stop using the fold-down seats if there is a lot of people on the train. And don't stand in the doorway of the train with your suitcase - it stops other people from getting on and off. Table manners - use a fork and knife and between cutting and eating put them back down on the plate. Close your mouth when you are eating and don't talk with your mouth full. Don't play video games at table.... just the usual good manners. Mobile phones - be discreet in talking with people - don't shout! Quite straightforward stuff really - respect for others etc etc. And most important, enjoy yourself - weather should be lovely and there is so much to see and do!
Leone Originally Answered: How do I "blend in" in Paris?
Forget the whole notion. You won't blend in, dear. Just resign yourself to this fact and enjoy your holiday. As soon as you open your mouth to speak, it will be obvious you're not a local. Deal with it. And look at it this way: this gives you total licence to wear the things you like wearing.

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