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  • What to do in Paris, France (part 3)

    Here we go for the third (and most likely, the last) part of my Paris trip reporting! As I have told you about the most popular monuments and places of Paris (you can read these posts by clicking directly here and here), I will now tell you about some less known, yet...

    0 by Aurélie, 13 days ago
  • What to do in Paris, France (Part 2)

    Here we are for the second part of my Paris trip reporting! (If you haven’t already done it, you can read the first part by clicking on this link here. You will find out about the most popular monuments of Paris, like the Eiffel Tower or the Arc de Triomphe, and more...

    0 by Aurélie, 16 days ago
  • What to do in Paris, France (Part 1)

    Another international trip for me this year! This one is kind of more “basic” to me since I was born in France and I have already been to Paris a few times before. But still, to me, going to Paris is always something special, no matter how many times I have seen it...

    0 by Aurélie, 17 days ago
  • Disneyland Paris: Parade

    The parade This piece picks up from my last article that goes into detail of how to enjoy the four different magical areas of Disneyland Park. The parade is one of the big highlights that you should not miss during your Disneyland experience. To add a bit of background,...

    0 by Michael, 2 months ago
  • Disneyland Paris: Main Park

    Getting there Early, a few mates and I have been checking out Disneyland studio and all its different attractions. You can find this more information on our adventures in my Disneyland blog found in my profile. Regardless, lets get back to the knitty gritty. Getting...

    0 by Michael, 2 months ago
  • Disneyland Paris Studio

    Entering a wonderland Disneyland! A place of wonder and dreams. A place where many children look to hang out and admire their favourite characters and adults enjoy some nostalgia riddled rides. Disneyland started off in the USA although has made another home in the area...

    0 by Michael, 2 months ago
  • The Bride of France

    The bride of France From Barcelona we took our bus to Paris. It was a long journey of about 14 hours but as I said in my earlier blog I was quite used to such long journeys by then. We reached France quite early in the morning. Instead of buying a daily pass, we rather...

    0 by Saba, 4 months ago
  • The city of light

    Paris is one of the most beautiful capitals in the world. It is art & sophistication, city with rich history and architectural beauty. It is best known for fashion, cafés, luxurious boutiques, and world´s famous museums, cathedrals and iconic landmarks. Paris is...

    0 by Martina, 5 months ago
  • Smelling the new life of the first time

    How did I end up in Paris? As a nineteen year old girl keen to explore the world and studying culinary arts in Malta I thought: Why not starting my life as a chef in the country with the longest culinary tradition?  And Paris? Well, who does not want to live in...

    0 by Nina, 6 months ago
  • Entrance upon france

    So you've just arrived in France.... Actually before you get there.... I'd advise all the people coming from Europe if they can to use the European star.... It's probably more expensive however you get two pieces of unlimited weight allowance.... That's just...

    0 by Se, 6 months ago
  • Old book bouquinistes on the banks of Seine River

    Old book bouquinistes on the banks of the Seine The "library" with about 300,000 old (and ancient) books and thousands of longstanding print publications has become an interesting attraction for visitors from all over the world, especially those who love books or...

    2 by Hoàng, 7 months ago
  • Paris - I love your public transport system

    Paris public transportation system After experiencing Paris's public transport system for almost a week, I can conclude that Paris public transportation system is kind of the Europe's oldest and most diverse subway station which was built a hundred years ago but it...

    2 by Hoàng, 7 months ago
  • Paris - the meaning of the name "capital of light"

    Paris - the capital of light Do not know yourself ever, people labeled Paris with a beautiful name as tthe "capital of light." Is it because of the beauty of its dreamy and sparkling, so many visitors come here are not lost in the infatuation? Only a miracle light can...

    2 by Hoàng, 7 months ago
  • A Day with Lourve Museum

    Why it must be Lourve Museum? It is no coincidence that I will devote this article to Louvre Museum, because it is the largest museum in the world, welcomes about 10 million visitors a year and regularly occupy the position of museums with visitors. Most crowded in the...

    2 by Hoàng, 7 months ago
  • Arc de Triomphe - Loving shots

    Why is Arc de Triomphe so attractive to me?  It must be said that before coming to Paris I was lulled by panoramic city shots from the Arc de Triomphe. I really admired the magnificent Paris master-planned from hundreds of years to now still retained its full value....

    2 by Hoàng, 7 months ago
  • Eating my way around Montmartre

    French food is renowned for being delicious, rich and of very high quality. It is no surprise then that, as a self-confessed food-obsessive, one of my main pastimes whenever I pass through Paris is eating. One of my favourite districts to indulge in this hobby is...

    0 by Lucinda, 8 months ago
  • Paris ~ Love at First Sight

    A few days in Paris, France is enough to take your breath away. I grew up reading book after book about France, the royal family, and the history of this artistic and extravagant country. From reading of the exploits of the Count of Monte Cristo and the carriage rides...

    0 by Kaelin, 8 months ago
  • Visit to Paris

    This weekend I went on a trip to Paris to visit my friend Alicia who lives there with her boyfriend... the theme of "Spaniards around the world" is more fashionable than ever with the crisis. This is the third time I have visited Paris, and it never fails to surprise...

    0 by Daniela, 9 months ago
  • Tips for living in Ile de France

    Living in Paris The French culture and practices are unique in many ways. Therefore, it can take time for some expats to fit-in. However, a collection of some tips useful day to day can simplify life. Read below in case you wish to know how different things go about in...

    0 by Kriya, 10 months ago

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