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Somewhere in Paris

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Paris on Two Wheels

Revolution 1789: Blood, gore, horrible. Louis XVI execution: Dull blade; lots of pain. Marie Antoinette: More blood- dude tries to collect blood (and maybe head) as souvenir. Napoleon: more violence, lots of wars, blood and gore.

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Discover Southern France

ESPERAZA, FRANCE – Imagine stepping into a part of Europe almost untouched by time. The little-known Languedoc region of southern France is such a place, and a new one-week self-drive package offered by The Great Canadian Travel Company will take you there for as...

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The Empire of the Dead

‘Stop, here is the Empire of the Dead’. A sign warns as you enter the chamber. If you dare pass, as your eyes adjust to the light you might notice the rippling of the walls to the left and right. It is only as you become fully used to the dim light do you notice the...

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2010 European River Cruises

New York, June 2009 -- Offering consumers and travel agents a head start on planning next year's vacations, Peter Deilmann EuropAmerica Cruises will begin accepting bookings on August 1, 2009 for its 2010 schedule of European river cruises; full details and pricing...

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Paris on a Budget

Like any large city Paris is expensive and the daily expenses add up. Below are a few practical suggestions, for every budget, on how to make the most of your money; however long your visit.

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Paris Museums

Paris has some of the best museums in the world, but not all of them have to cost you a fortune.

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Travel Cheap, Free City Tours of Paris

Want to see the sights and know the stories behind them? Paris is full of tour guides but one company offers their services for free. A 3.5 hour tour of the city takes in many of the major sites including: Place Saint Michel, Notre Dame, Pont Neuf, Académie Française,...

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Paris Metro: Invalides, Pere Lachaise, and the Catacombs

If you want to visit the Paris Catacombs, the entrance is across the street from the Denfert Rochereau station, which is on both lines 4 and 6 of the Metro. They are really ossuaries where between five and six million skeletons from Paris’s cemeteries were moved from...

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A Writer’s Paradise

Once in a while, I get information that blends my two favorite things, writing and travel. Here is a recent release that includes both of these passions. For those looking to improve their writing in an idyllic setting, read on. --Devin, Editor ITKT-- Fiction Workshop...

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French Country Waterways

FRENCH COUNTRY WATERWAYS OFFERS A MENU OF SAVINGS TO GO ALONG WITH ITS GRAND CRU WINES, FABULOUS LOCAL CHEESES AND HIGHLY RATED DINING EXPERIENCES Barging the canals of France has just gotten up to 40% less expensive for future guests of French Country Waterways who...

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Discover France in Less Time

THINK FAST, THINK FRANCE IN 2008; SEE MORE OF FRANCE IN LESS TIME French trains, particularly the sleek TGVs*, have been a convenient and comfortable way to travel in France for over 25 years and are a “must- have” experience for the often air-centric, yet eco-...

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Town & Country France Package

GUTSY WOMEN TRAVEL OFFERS $300 SAVINGS ON EXCLUSIVE "TOWN AND COUNTRY" EXPERIENCE IN FRANCE Explore the Chic City Style of Paris, the Country Estates of the Loire Valley and Stay in a Chateau Gutsy Women Travel's 8-Day Parisian Dream and Loire Valley trip offers an...

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