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Heading from Paris to Beauvais in June this Year, am interested in finding out has anyone had
experience with leaving baggage for a duration of few hours while enjoying the city itself, as well as the
degree of difficulty in catching a taxi to the airport.
Can anyone advise me the first train or bus from Ajaacio to Calvi, we will be arriving 07 Aug at night. We would like to travell that night direct to Calenzana, but having been before I don't think it will be possible. I thought maybe a mini bus taxi but don't have any contacts or information. Any help would be great help
I am having a hard time trying to find a apartment with in the Naturist section
There are so many streets and different local names. when you ask the
rental agent or owner it takes almost 48 hrs to get a email reply. then you
find out the place is not within the city limits. Is there a map or list of streets
for Cap D'agde Thank you for any info
Hi, my wife and I are going to drive up the west coast of France in early June. We hope to fly from Lisbon to Biarritz, rent a car and drive up the coast then to Paris. The only things we have on the agenda are the Dunes and Mount Saint Michel. We are looking for suggestions for interesting places or things. We have approximately 3 weeks before leaving from Paris back to Canada.
I would like to know where to fly to from USA, in order to go to Oradour sur Glane. Nearest airport, nearest city where I can rent a car. Nearest town to book a hotel.
This would be around mid June 2015.
Is it easier to fly form other countries in Europe to Oradour? I can always change my itinerary.
We have 3 weeks in France next summer, June 13 thru July 4. I already have the first 2 weeks booked with 7 days in Paris and 7 days in Chamonix. I need to find my way back to Paris over the next 6-7 days. We’ll have a car and are considering a scenic drive across France from Chamonix to Brittney and then back to Paris. I’m looking for suggestions for scenic roads and places to stay. We’re not beach lovers and would like to avoid very crowded places. We like to hike and enjoy the scenery, maybe visit a castle or two.
Is it possible to walk across bridge over seine from Esplanade de la Defense to Nueilly sur Seine and restaurants in rue de Longchamp
My husband and I (both in our early 30's) will be in France for 7-8 nights in mid May. We will be traveling from Barcelona most likely by train. We want to spend time in Provence. We would like to stay at a farmhouse. We like a mix of being in nature and relaxing, but also like to be close enough to a city that has restaurants and can walk around. We will have a car, and would like to be central enough to be able to take day trips.
I would love a recommendation of:
-where to stay
- if we should stay in one place the whole time and take day trips or if we should stay in multiple locations
-What towns should we go to on day trips/anything we need to see?
- How many days should we spend in Provence and how many should we spend in Paris? We have both been to Paris, but never together, so I don't feel like I need a ton of time there.
-What is the best area to stay in Paris? I will probably look at AirBnB for a small apartment. We like to be able to walk around, but don't need to be in a super touristy area. We will also be taking the train from here to London before flying back home.
Hey guys, I saw that it's Paris Cocktail Week starting this weekend. Anyone know if it's worth it or just a marketing scam for the bars to get more clients? I found one video talking about it (http://youtu.be/9xEmJENRxK8) but curious to hear other pieces of advice. Thanks!
I have two bookings in Nancy and am trying to decide which one to keep. One is in the center of the city (rue Pierre Semard) and the other is on the outskirts (Laxou). I'd much prefer the one in the city, but it doesn't have parking (hotel says "Public parking is available at a nearby location and charges are applicable." Can anyone tell me how far away such parking lots are and how much they charge? We would only need it for one overnight.
Thanks very much.
Hello ,our groups of 7 will visit Chamonix in mid April. We plan to drive to some villages near by like Courmayeur or Les Houches and somewhere else to have a scenic view along the way.
Will it have a lot of fogs or snow? What the road conditions will be?
Hello Travel Mates, I will be in Paris from 2nd till 10th April 2015 with my wife and 7 yr old son.
please suggest me some location to go, I also want to visit some of the flee markets, some village of france.
Please also suggest the best and cheapest mode of travel inside the paris, please advise should i go for pass or should i buy daily ticket.
any more suggestion and guidance are more than welcome, waiting for your feedback to make my journes as fruitfull as possible.
We plan to go Paris and Nice in April and would like to stay a night in a snow mountain village. We do not ski just want to have travelling experience and enjoy snow atmosphere.
Read that La Grave is one of the most beautiful village in France and not too difficult to reach from Grenoble.
Can anyone please advise if it s good to stay a night in La Grave or please advise some other nice villages between Paris and Nice. Thanks.
We are both aged late 60's and have been to beautiful Paris before.We anticipate getting a hotel room (or similar) with a kitchenette so we can do our own cooking sometimes.We love the baguette/goats cheese/red wine on the balcony in the evening.We love the alfresco coffee/dining thing.Just some local knowledge to get the real Parisian experience more so than in the past.Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.Merci.
Any recommendations of a good store near centre ville to buy small kitchen appliances? I am specifically interested in a small eletric food shopper?
I hope you are all doing well! I have a question regarding barging in Burgundy. I am planning to spend a week or two this summer barging with wife and baby along with 2 sets of grandparents. I am reasonably early in the process, but have had some advice which suggests starting at Joigny and self piloting (grandparent is an experienced boater) a penichette boat.
Current options might be:
1. Joigny round trip. Yonne and Canal Nivernais?
2. Joigny to Montbard via Canal du Bourgogne
I wonder if people have any advice on this idea. Is Joigny a good place to start? Are these Canals nice? with good spots to stop off and enjoy a stroll, food, sites?
Any other suggestions? As it's summer I'd like to avoid the most trafficked spots (I think Canal du Midi)
Is there anything else I should know? Or any good resources or companies?
Many thanks! It's nice to be around again...
Hi VTs, My parents (who are over 60) will be arriving at CDG and need to travel to Montparnasse. Aside from the taking the RER and the Taxi, what other options do they have? They need something that is easy. Is there a shuttle bus that drops off multiple people within a certain neighborhood for a reasonable price?
Thank you in advance for your responses. JA05
Hi, I will be going in Paris on the 1st week of April for 4 day with my wife and 14 yr old son. I booked at Novotel Gare montparnasse (it says its in 14th arrondissment). Is this a good location and will it be easy to go around and see the tourist sites and districts like ST. Germain and Latin qtr? would itbe east to take the metro from the hotel location? Also can anyone recommend a good Paris night tour company. Any other tips you can give to truly enjoy Paris? Thank you so much for any replies.
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