Paris questions anyone?

Priscilla @ La Tour D'Argent, 2008

Some days I feel like I am the only one reading my blog… but then a nice email will come my way saying someone actually found it helpful or funny.  That really makes my day and motivates me to write more!  I prefer people to leave comments directly on the blog, but most don’t…hey, I am putting myself out there each time I write this so the least you can do is write a short review, offer me some tips or tell me what you want me to write about next.  Practice what you preach to your friends/kids about trying new things and don’t be shy…

Specifically I would love to answer any questions you have about Paris tips, gal pals or travelling in general.  I will devote a whole post to answering them!  No question is too silly or obvious…I have friends who travel frequently or never at all so let it rip!

Look for my next post which include my past trip to Chamonix with my family and the Genest family for an outdoor excursion!

Thanks everyone for supporting my love of France and letting me help you on your next adventure! 

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  • Priscilla
    Posted at 18:27h, 23 April Reply

    Hey Brian,
    Clip coupons, skip going out for dinner when you want to, ask use a charge card that gives you miles on an airline that flys direct to someplace warm, put your change in a jar and go for it!
    You don’t have to stay at an expensive place to enjoy the free sights and sounds of a new place! Traveling gives you perspective, rejuvenates the soul and opens one’s mind up to new ideas! It’s a must!
    I am not a big fan of the “all inclusives” because they coral you into spaces and meal times sometimes with large groups and the booze is usally watered down or they serve undrinkable wine. I would rather stay in a place with a small refrigerator where I can go to a local market and pick up bread and cheese and a good bottle of wine to save money that way. Also, try places that include breakfast as that is the biggest ripoff of all! If they don’t include it, then head out for your morning stroll and get coffee and a local treat or bring your own cereal and just pick up milk!
    Just do it!!!

  • bbrian017
    Posted at 16:51h, 23 April Reply

    Yes it’s sad to say but I have only left Ontario once. I’m 30 years of age this may and the furthest I eve traveled was a little into Quebec.

    I want to travel but I have never had the chance. Even for our honey moon this August we won’t be traveling because the weather is already so nice here we will be renting a cottage instead of going someone nice and warn with blue oceans.

    I just want to leave but I have so many obligations I simply cannot. Also I don’ really have much money to spend on leaving the country.

    Next year I’m hoping my Google Adsense earnings are enough to buy my fiance and I an all inclusive trip to somewhere warm and nice during the winter. I got all my payments on hold lol.

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