Hi, next summer (2016) I will be staying in Rouen for a week. I am looking for a hands-on photography course in Rouen. Can anyone please give me directions where to find more information? Preferably English spoken. Thanks! Best regards, Gertjan
Hi, 2 of us will travel to France from HK via London for about a week after Christmas. Since we don't drive, we plan to take the train from London to Paris and also will go to Lisieux, Caen and Mont Saint-Michel.
There are so many websites. What's the best way to order the rail pass? And what kind of pass shall I get? I think I need to buy separate ticket for Eurostar for London to Paris and those among France, right?
Given the chance of visiting Japan for a tour, what will interest you bring back home as a souvenir? I am thankful to hear what you are thinking about Japanese souvenir, reasons why inquire those stuffs, from daily necessities, or simply will be memories of your tour.
I'm planning my 2016 vacation and I don't know if I should come back to Saint Paul de Vence(just spent the day last time I was there)for couple of days or go to Bormes les Mimosas(have not been yet). I have to chose one or the other. The little I saw of Saint Paul de Vence, made fall in love with it. Bormes seems beautiful as well...what to do???
Thanks : )
We're visiting Paris and also getting married at the consulate there :) Afterwards of course we'll go for a dinner with a few friends. Can anyone recommend a good restaurant with live local (Parisienne or anything French) music in Paris?
My birthday is November 14, I will be 30. I have been wanting to turn 30 in Paris for years. With the most recent terrorist attacks, on November 13, I expect next year to be full of tourists coming to Paris to pay homage to those that died in the attacks. I want to respect that, so I am wondering if the original France experience will be lost during this time, and should I travel on a different date?
Please know that I am trying to not be insensitive. What happened was horrific and My heart goes out to Paris during this time of turmoil. I have just never traveled to Paris and need realistic advice. Thank you
Hi . Myself and my partner are travelling to Paris at the end of January for four nights. We want to do all the usual touristy things, including Disneyland Paris. With it being situated outside the city, I'm wondering how it would be best to book accommodation. We arrive in at a silly time, think its in and around midnight on a Thursday. Would we best booking accomdation in Disneyland Paris for the first night and then the city centre after? Or is it easy enough to travel back and forth from the City Centre to Disneyland Paris? Second question would be, we fly in to Orly, is there any night time buses anyone is aware of? To save us over 100euros on a taxi. Thanks for the help :)
I am planning to have a Paris trip within a few days. I have travel schedule that I have to land on Orly airport and then go to the city from there. But as I am not familiar with the city and the transportation system, I am planning to rent a taxi from there. So, I need to know about the taxi services in Paris. Is there any meter manipulation practice does the drivers conduct? How is the fare rate? Where and how to book them?
I went through the internet find a good taxi service but there are many options available. Among them, a service named Taxi in Paris grabbed my attention primarily. Please guys, let me know your experience in the city of Paris.
Thanks in advance.
Is there any group who is going to Taizé from 15.05 until 22.05.2016? For me it would perfect if you or your group is from Bonn/ Cologne or any other country near by. But also if you life a little more far away, i would be thankful if you write. Unfortunately it's not as easy as in holidays to find a group ;)
I would be very happy, if anybody answers me ;)
Have tumor(?) issues. Have no Carte Vitale due error of German DAK. Spent countless time to get all the paperwork, only their (DAK) EU form whatever-number is missing, asked already twice: "we will send you it within 10 days".
The "10 days" passed at least 5 times.
Still, no EU-form-whatever (and thus no Carte Vitale). In the mean time the doctors in Karlsruhe and Budapest want me to see a surgeon "sure is sure, you probably do not have a cancer - but ethically we may not tell you anything else, just see a surgeon"
It's not a pleasure to see a surgeon - but:
1) How should I proceed with French authorities? The doctors want it to be done soon (even that I recall the tumor or what-not) being there for good number of years (if not for most of my life, but not 100% sure)
2) Any decent oncologist / urologist in Strasbourg?
3) How the French system works anyway? (Have no idea, except that I need that Carte Vitale what somehow I can't get even that I have a suitcase of papers - one from DAK is missing and they keep screwing it up)
Sorry, it's not about the travel - I am just kind of busy with all traveling, working, IT stuff, family and other things, have no time for crap like dying or so, neither mood, just in case... would appreciate some help. Thanks.
I'm looking for a destination for next summer for me and my family (2 adults, 2 four years old twins). We would like a nice place in France, England, Italy, Belgium or Netherlands, to spend three weeks there.
"We" like pools or sea, easy hiking, play areas, nice landscapes, not-the-most-crowded-place in august, nice weather...
Anybody can help me to find "this" place?
I am planning to have a trip to Paris within a few days. But as I am new to Paris, I don't have any idea about how to get a taxi service. I have read some blogs in internet about taxi in Paris. But I need clear guideline from the experienced ones regarding the cost, booking systems, where to book and how they all about.
Thanks in advance,
With best regards :)
Hello! Me and my husband will be traveling to Paris for the New Year's. I've read a lot of reviews, advice and articles about choosing the right restaurant for the New Year's Eve — and I'm a little afraid to rely on some paid commercial articles offering Top-10 restaurants... The thing is that we do not want an overpriced, super-famous, crowded place. We don't even want any show, no Moulin Rouge or other type of cabaret. We'd love spending this evening in a very cosy, traditional French restaurant. Candles, small, good food, good wine, may be jazz/live music but not like a concert. Budget is around 80 EUR per person. Might be slightly more. I'd very much appreciate your advice.
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