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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
Using Paris' metro system
Submitted by carolyn on 2011-11-29 23:27:20 (via
One of the best ways to get around Paris is by metro – the underground railway system. Trains are frequent, clean and the whole system is very efficient but buying tickets can cause some apprehension amongst non-French speaking tourists.
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Enjoy Your Trip to Disneyland Paris
Submitted by Alma on 2011-09-08 01:46:57 (via
While some people might never dream of incorporating a thoroughly American stop like Disneyland into their Paris vacation, the fact is that Disneyland Paris is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the region.
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10 things to do in Languedoc
Submitted by carolyn on 2011-03-20 01:52:32 (via
When visiting a region for the first time it's only natural that you'll want to see the most popular attractions. The Languedoc region of south west France offers visitors the chance to see and do so many wonderful things that you'll definitely run out of time no matter how long you stay!
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Corsica - one of the best places for summer holidays in the world
Submitted by touristmaker on 2011-02-04 15:35:00 (via
Corsica is a French island situated in Mediterranean Sea. Everybody who has had the good fortune to visit it will confirm that this is one of the most beautiful and romantic places on our planet.
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More great discoveries in the south of France
Submitted by carolyn on 2010-12-30 23:12:28 (via
Before we arrived in south west France, I’d done quite a bit of reading about the area’s history and knew the basics of the Cathar story. Carcassonne, Minerve, Beziers and Queribus Castle were all regularly mentioned, but until we got to Languedoc, I hadn’t heard about Lastours.
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From beaches to mountains in SW France
Submitted by carolyn on 2010-12-30 23:10:34 (via
The Languedoc region of south west France certainly provides plenty of sightseeing options for tourists. The rugged, vine covered fields, the Canal du Midi, the Black Mountains and the Pyrenees in the distance, all offer their own unique scenery to this beautiful countryside.
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Exploring Languedoc's medieval sights
Submitted by carolyn on 2010-12-04 09:19:14 (via
The Languedoc region has a rich Medieval history and a gruesome past with the Catholic Church’s persecution of the Cathar people taking place here in the 13th Century, and the area is dotted with historic sites that played a big part in this important era.
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France's Black Paris
Submitted by Marie on 2010-09-28 16:31:11 (via
Jazz and Josephine Baker are just two examples of the rich cultural exchange between Black America and France. In Paris, African-American artists, writers, entertainers and intellectuals have left their mark for over 200 years. Discover their stories and their neighborhoods.   More...
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Bonjour Burgundy
Submitted by carolyn on 2010-04-17 06:53:52 (via
I had heard many a travellers tale of France; of the beautiful green countryside, fields of blooming sunflowers and red poppies, depending on when you travel, medieval buildings and ancient ruins, and produce as fresh as you will find anywhere; but I have to admit I wondered would the French countryside reach the bar?
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The French Riviera
Submitted by touristmaker on 2010-03-29 17:54:31 (via
The French Riviera is part of the Mediterranean coast of France. It occupies the shoreline between Marseille and the Italian border.
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