Why Paris isn’t the only one to suffer from tourism fatigue

Paris is notorious for its high-profile tourist attractions, but the French capital also hosts a vast amount of non-tourist activity.

The city’s tourist season is notoriously short, with many tourists leaving the capital and heading to the surrounding countryside for the rest of the year.

But with the holiday season quickly approaching, Paris has started to see some tourists heading back.

This week, the city announced that it will extend the opening of the city’s museums until May 6.

This is the first time since the French government was set up in 1792 that a city will reopen in the middle of summer, a year before the official opening of its museums.

But it’s not the only reason Parisians are getting sick from summer’s heat, as the city also faces a severe shortage of food and water.

According to Parisian daily Le Parisien, Parisians have been suffering from a severe water shortage.

According the Parisian, around 15% of the population lives below the poverty line, with an estimated 3.4 million people living in poverty.

The situation is so dire that some local businesses have even begun selling food and supplies for the first half of the season, in the hopes of helping Parisians cope.

Paris is also experiencing its hottest August on record, with temperatures hitting a record high of 39.8 degrees Celsius on August 13.