Capt. Spanky's off -leash tour

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  • By Capt. Spanky
  • 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
Bone-jour, Team Ramstein! This week I'm reporting on my latest stop on the tour: the lovely city of Paris. At 41 square miles, the city is packed full of historical landmarks and attractions worth digging into. Just walking downtown, my human and I could not resist romanticizing about living among the 2 million Parisian locals. Among the bustling city sounds and strong aromas, my human and I stumbled upon what seemed at fi rst to be the largest fire hydrant my eyes have ever seen. When we got nearer, I instantly recognized that it was actually the Eiffel Tower -- one of the most recognizable modern wonders and tourist destinations on Earth. My human and I took turns posing by the tower while the others took pictures, then continued onward. After chowing down on authentic French cuisine at a few street-side cafes, we took turns examining fine art and fi e hydrants. During our stay I even found true puppy love, although I admit those French poodles seem too high-maintenance for a mutt like me! I advise those visiting Paris to take things slowly and enjoy the lifestyle. Rather than standing in lines for hours and hours only to see a few popularities a day, explore the roads less traveled (in a safe way) to optimize your Paris experience.