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Disneyland Paris

Oct 03, 13 Disneyland Paris

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What is Paris’s most visited tourist attraction? If you answered the Eiffel Tower, you’d be… entirely wrong. No, with 16 million visitors last year, the most popular attraction in Paris (and in fact, all of Europe) is in fact Disneyland Paris. Located 20 miles east of the centre of the city in the town of...

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Tips for making your next trip to Paris easier

Jul 18, 13 Tips for making your next trip to Paris easier

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With all of the budget airlines having ridiculously cheap flights across the Channel, a quick trip to Paris for a long weekend has never looked more appealing. Like any holiday though, a little planning goes a long way. Knowing where you want to stay, what you want to do and how you like to travel will make a big difference to...

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6 months in Paris- a unique experience

Jun 27, 13 6 months in Paris- a unique experience

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It is very common these days for people to spend an extended time in a foreign country. Whether it is for short term work experience or a study abroad stint, it is getting ever easier (and more common) to find an opportunity, book a one-way flight and experience a new way of life. A popular destination for the medium term traveler...

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The French Open 2013

May 21, 13 The French Open 2013

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On May 21 the 2013 French Open begins in Paris. Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams fired warning shots towards Roland Garros with dominant final wins at the Italian Open this weekend and it is due to be a cracker. Britain’s Andy Murray is very doubtful, though he might yet make it – and you should as well, if you get the...

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Trocadero

Mar 24, 13 Trocadero

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Offering some of the best-uninterrupted full-length views of the Eiffel Tower, the Trocadero refers to the area across the Seine from the famous landmark. While some use the term loosely to refer to the plaza directly across the river, the surrounding hill and out buildings are also included in the grounds. The Trocadéro is also...

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Parc des Buttes Chaumont

Mar 02, 13 Parc des Buttes Chaumont

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One of the city’s best-kept secrets is the Parc des Buttes Chaumont.  Hidden in the nineteenth arrondissement, this city park is a little bit of a hike from the major attractions and monuments.  You can still easily access the park via the Metro, but plan to spend a few hours there to make it worth the trip.  Elevated, the park...

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The vintage stores of Paris

Feb 07, 13 The vintage stores of Paris

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When it comes to thrifting, there may not be a better place to do it than Paris. Maybe it’s because this city is literally at the epicenter of fashion, or perhaps it’s because the vintage shop landscape here is so vast and varied. No matter the reason, vintage hunters come from all over to take part in the Parisian thrift scene,...

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Paris cooking classes

Feb 04, 13 Paris cooking classes

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When Julia Child first arrived in Paris she didn’t intend to write a cookbook that would revolutionize how Americans approach French cooking. She simply strove to replicate the delicious foods that she had fallen in love while living in one of the culinary capitals of the world. And quite frankly, she had a point. Since you...

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