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Paris Flea Markets For A Treasure Trove Of Fun

If your family craves a genuinely French experience and more authentic souvenirs than you would typically find, check out the historic flea markets of Paris, France. Flea markets or les...

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Paris, France Hotels And Resorts

Paris offers families so much sightseeing, culture, and museum-hopping; check out Paris family-friendly hotel reviews and make trip planning a little easier. With 1,470 hotels (that is 76,200...

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Spas For New And Expecting Mothers

Day spas and resorts are cuddling about-to-be moms, new moms, new babies and --sometimes -- new dads, with celebratory packages.A number of spas offer treatments made especially for expecting mothers,...

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Paris, France: Irresistible Luxe, Luxe, Luxe Hotels

Quel surprise! Paris' top hotels are climbing over each other to attract the world's elite -- children, that is. In our opinion, you get what you pay for, so have those Euros ready.Paris,...

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The World is Our Playground

After a grueling four hour study session of organic chemistry and molecular biology my roommate and I decided to take a three month backpacking trip from Greece to Ireland.  Each place is remembered...

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I’ve Been So American

         I tossed my shoes out onto the roof to dry, and flopped onto my new bed. My eyes were tired, but every time I tried to close them, they begged to be wide open, taking...

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An American in France

My trip to France with the Institute of International Studies this summer has proved to be a very memorable one.  Throughout the spring semester, I was not quite sure what...

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Trip to Nice, France.

We stood at the corner of a gravel lot in Le Parc de la Colline du Chateau. The four of us passed a soccer ball back and forth, the sun on our faces, just off an 8 hour flight from a gray and rainy...

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In the Footsteps of Expatriates

When one thinks of a cliché destination for those smitten by wanderlust, the Parisians probably spring to the forefront. I would ask that you disenchant yourself from this very notion and try to...

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