Category Archive: Tours in Paris

Paris…..

Paris at last. Though this does mean sadly my journey is almost over. This is my 3rd day 2nd night in Paris.Last night proved interesting haha. I was pickpocketed….well attempted pickpocket. A young guy barely 150 pounds slipped his hand into my fron…

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Nice Saint Paul Eze France

A morning of leisure meant a break from touring but not from the domestics of the Laundromat and a haircut for Lou. I thank Mr Marchant for perserving with me in High School as a few French words seem to have been hiding in my brain for decades and pr…

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Memories of FranceRecollections of my Study Abroad Year Part 1Arrival

Note This entry describes events that occurred in August 2006 in Dijon France. Please keep checking this blog for more updated entries. August 24 2006 I arrived in Lyon France via plane at the St. Exuperey Airport from Frankfurt am Main Germany and …

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In Transit Blog: Parisian Wine Celebrated in Montmartre Festival

The fabled Parisian district of Montmartre celebrates the arrival of the new vintage of the beloved Clos Montmartre wine with the Montmartre Harvest Festival, from Oct. 5 to 9.

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Bites : Restaurant Report: Septime in Paris

Located in the 11th Arrondissement, a part of Paris once thick with artisans’ ateliers and now home to food-loving bourgeois-bohemians, Septime, which opened in April, is both visually refined and relaxed.

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Bordeaux Region

The crescent-shaped city on the Garonne River has been the region’s wine capital for decades, its illustrious past on display in the ornate buildings in the Golden Triangle area. In recent years, however, Bordeaux had been plagued by pollution, t…

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Côte d’Azur on a Budget

The French Riviera is a premier resort destination for good reason: It
has clear water bordered by stretches of white-sand beaches, rocky
cliffs, and hidden coves—and it’s only a 90-minute flight from Paris.
The bustling city of Nice, the legendary…

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Test Tour

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Bordeaux’s Wine Growing Renaissance

A friendlier, more welcoming France? In Bordeaux, the country’s oldest and most iconic wine-growing region, the answer is yes. Falling sales among its many bottlings (due to a large increase in worldwide production) have caused many Bordelais to embr…

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Bordeaux's Wine Growing Renaissance

A friendlier, more welcoming France? In Bordeaux, the country’s oldest and most iconic wine-growing region, the answer is yes. Falling sales among its many bottlings (due to a large increase in worldwide production) have caused many Bordelais to embr…

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