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You’ve decided to visit France but there are so many interesting regions that you don’t know which to visit and how many to visit. Once you decide on a few areas, you discover they are incredibly far apart. How do you create a realistic itinerary for your road trip in France that won’t exhaust you? This post will share my answers to these dilemmas as I actually dealt with these questions for the trip I am now on. I spent months agonizing over regions and how to do the perfect road trip in France. Once it’s over, I guess we’ll see how close to perfect it was. Continue reading →
As I travel to France so frequently, I have figured out how to reduce my travel expenses yet still have an amazing trip. Basically, it’s getting “more bang for your buck”. I do NOT, however, follow the “France on $5 A Day” philosophy from ages ago. I’m too old for that! Continue reading →
70% off a Chanel dress. Wouldn’t that be nice! Who doesn’t like a sale, particularly when it’s Les Soldes, a promotional period in France where shoppers go crazy over big discounts. Next month this craziness begins! Continue reading →
When I was recently in the French Alps, hiking I might add, my friend Erin replied to my email, “Stop emailing and keep your eyes on the path!” I had sent her this picture stating, “If you never hear from me again well….”. Continue reading →
According to US News, Paris is the 12th most expensive city to visit with the average hotel price of $190 (US). Here’s the good news: in 2009 it ranked number 9, so it’s cheaper to visit than ever. Thanks to the strong dollar against the Euro, it isn’t a steal, but it is easier to travel there and there are ways to “do” Paris without breaking the bank. Paris doesn’t have to be expensive and I thought I would share with you some tips that I use: Continue reading →
Should you pay to see the Paris museums “a la carte” or buy the Paris Museum Pass? Is it good value?
The Paris Museum Pass can cover 2 days (42 Euros), 4 days (56 Euros) or 6 days (69 Euros) and is only a “deal” if you map out your days very carefully.
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