Travel Blogs from France

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No longer employed... and hiding out in France!!, Lunaguet, France travel blog

No longer employed... and hiding out in France!!

A travel blog entry by emmaandpaul


We landed in Toulouse on Saturday night to spend the week with Emma's parents.  This would give us the chance to acclimatise to being unemployed and also give us a chance to practise with the new Canon..... and after reading the manual for a good ...

Paris: Croissants and tight parking, Paris, France travel blog

Paris: Croissants and tight parking

A travel blog entry by houseofally

... from that it was great. I loved catching the metro to the cities. Also, disneyland isn't all its cracked up to be in France. Anyway on the metro this guy with a cat on his shoulder boarded the metro and my mother and I were watching from the platform ...

Soaking it all up, Paris, France travel blog

Soaking it all up

A travel blog entry by bigbrowndog


Slight stumble out of the blocks today, so while the camera is charging up I have time to update on our second day in Paris. After a truely noteworthy croissant we set upon a pilgramage few are lucky enough undertake: the famed Berthilon icecream shop ...

There is something about it!, Paris, France travel blog

There is something about it!

A travel blog entry by tan14


I certainly am not in Switzerland any more. On arrive at Gare de Lyon in Paris it was rather manic, people were everywhere. Gone is the nice orderly train stations to be replaced with ones that noisy, dirty and rather unorganised.  A quick trip by ...

They shall not grow old, Paris, France travel blog

They shall not grow old

A travel blog entry by kareelah

This is a top pick!

... . Vey interesting. Our guide had a vast knowledge of WW2 and it was hard to imagine such horrific bloodshed in this beautiful part of France where so many died fom so many countries. Back in Paris and we ran into our Kiwi fiends in the hotel bar and then ...

Najac and Art work, Najac, France travel blog

Najac and Art work

A travel blog entry by dellcottgreen


Najac one of our favourite places for the peace and quiet, the French their markets, food and ...

Bon appetit avec Dmitri, La Roque-Gageac, France travel blog

Bon appetit avec Dmitri

A travel blog entry by joellehoeft


When my parents first read the reviews of this home in La Roque Gageac, a common theme quickly emerged: engage the services of Dmitri, the local chef from Perigeux, to prepare an in-house meal. So, we were all very excited for last night's dinner. Dmitri ...

Popes, Antipopes and Chateauneuf du Pope, Avignon, France travel blog

Popes, Antipopes and Chateauneuf du Pope

A travel blog entry by fero_vrskovy


... the wrong way! But we added no new dints to the already dinted rental car. In fact, I noted that most cars we saw in France had some dints and/or paint transfer. And the French are very talented, I might add, at parallel parking into very tight spots. Of ...

A bit tight!, Paris, France travel blog

A bit tight!

A travel blog entry by dianeontheroad

Talk about a tight connection. 35 minutes between getting off the plane and getting to the next gate. Fortunately a few others had the same problem so they waited for the luggage but we weren't sure it had ...

Ready to move on again, Lons La Saunier, France travel blog

Ready to move on again

A travel blog entry by jayton

... and further up there are ski resorts.  When we go to Geneva we will be at the base of the same mountains, still in France but on the opposite side within metres of the border.  We wonder how the phone will know it is in France and not charge us ...

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