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The Human Zoo of Paris

East of the city in Paris’s Bois de Vincennes, sits whats left of an Exposition Coloniale, or the forgotten human zoo of Paris. Back in France’s colonial days, they held an exhibition in Paris to show the different cultures and lives of people in French territory. Today the area of what was basically a human […]

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Top Ten things to see in London

It’s been several years since living in England and being a quick train ride from the center of London. We’re so close to London now, a cheap Eurolines bus ride would bring us there, we have to take a trip there soon. London is still my favorite city I’ve been to. Whenever we go back […]

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How to Move to Paris and Live there Forever

How to Move to Paris: Lot’s of people dream of moving to Paris one day but for most, it will only ever be a dream. It doesn’t have to be though, moving to Paris may not be as hard as you think. It doesn’t matter how old you are or how much money you have, […]

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10 Reasons you Need a Passport

Lots of people dream of traveling the world or just taking a once in a lifetime trip to Paris, London or Tokyo. Only about one-third of Americans have a passport and far less ever actually use it. Whether you want to become a world traveler or just spend your next vacation somewhere abroad your going […]

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Travel Blog Success Review

If you are a travel blogger or you’d like to start your own travel blog I can’t recommend Travel Blog Success enough. You don’t need to become a member of Travel Blog Success to get started on your blogging adventure but if you want to learn from one of the best in the business and […]

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Exploring Paris’s Abandoned Railway

Exploring Paris’s Abandoned Railway We first noticed an abandoned railway in Paris while walking through the 14th arrondissement. A bridge went over an overgrown corridor with train tracks running along it. We decided it was something we should try to explore one day. Before long we found a news article about an abandoned railway in […]

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The benefits of booking a last-minute break away

If your availability for travel is fairly flexible, then booking a last minute holiday makes sound financial sense. Many late deals boast big savings on original holiday prices. For families with young children, not being tied to school term times can often be of considerable benefit. Similarly, those with flexible working schedules can also profit […]

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Life in Paris

Life in Paris We’ve been living in Paris since the beginning of September. It has been a big change from living in Toulouse. Paris is much bigger and more expensive. Neither of us are teaching English anymore apart from a couple private lessons here and there. We’ve moved to Paris because of a Masters program […]

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A Holidaymaker’s Guide to Portugal

A Holidaymakers’ Guide to Portugal Portugal is an amazingly diverse country; a mecca of wonderful sights and sounds. From the bustling capital of Lisbon, the stunning beaches of Algarve to the verdant hills and natural beauty of Madeira, it is considered one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations. It has something for everyone and so […]

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