French tourists are flocking to New York, Paris tourist attractions

French tourists in New York are flocked to Paris tourist sites, according to a French travel agency.

The Tourism Council of France said Friday that it received more than 3.6 million international visitors last year and that the number of visitors from France rose 15.4 percent from 2016 to 2018.

In 2017, French visitors spent nearly $1.4 billion in Paris, a 28.2 percent increase over the previous year, according a report from the European Tourism Institute.

The agency said it was the most popular destination for French tourists.

The city is a favorite of celebrities and the wealthy, who often stay in plush accommodations with marble floors, opulent kitchens and state-of-the-art spa treatments.

But a growing number of Parisians are choosing to stay in luxury hotels and other offbeat attractions, like a hotel in the U.S. capital that features a nude pool and a rooftop bar overlooking the Seine River.

Many French-Americans also want to visit the city’s many parks, and the city has developed a network of more than 50 trails to help tourists find the perfect place to enjoy them.

“Paris is an important place to visit, but we’re not just tourists, we’re people too,” said Marielle Groulx, a French-American who lives in New Jersey and works as a receptionist in a restaurant in Paris.

“People are more open to things like culture, food, art, art history, the arts, architecture and history.

And there’s no denying it, we have something to offer the world.”

What attracts cockroach?

By Jennifer De PintoA French tourist was bitten by a cockroach that was apparently attracted to her shoes as she strolled through a park in central Paris on Sunday.

The woman, who did not want to be identified, was walking along the beach when she saw a cockroach moving in front of her and thought it was looking for a snack.

She said she jumped out of the way as it landed on her feet and was bitten on the leg.

The insect then crawled over her foot and was able to crawl up her ankle and then down her arm and onto her legs.

She was treated for the bite and is now recovering at a hospital in Paris, the Paris prosecutor’s office said in a statement on Monday.

In the U.S., authorities have found numerous cockrocks, including ones that had crawled up into car windows, on people’s homes in recent years.

The problem was especially acute in the Bay Area, where the average size of a cockrot is 2 inches (5 centimeters).