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France: The Bucket List

France: The Bucket List

Posted on 23. May, 2011 by .

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Now that I have recently moved to France, I have had the time to go through my guidebook and pretty much highlight everything remotely cute and write notes in every section. Not that it would not be great to write down everything I want to visit, but for your sake, I summed it up and [...]

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My First Official Week-End in France

My First Official Week-End in France

Posted on 16. May, 2011 by .

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After a frantic week mostly spent packing, moving, crying and sleeping on my couch in Montreal, I finally made it to the airport on Friday afternoon, ready for my 7PM flight. Or at least, that’s what I thought. While I was checking in, I learned that my flight was delayed to 9PM. Oh well, I [...]

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Moving to France: It’s Happening Right Now!

Moving to France: It’s Happening Right Now!

Posted on 12. May, 2011 by .

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If you’ve been reading this blog for awhile, you probably know that a couple of months ago, I decided to follow my fiancé and move to France in the spring. Well, spring has sprung in Montreal… and I’m leaving tomorrow night!   I’ve sublet my apartment, stored my boxes (thanks to my mother-in-law, my dad, my [...]

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Eurotrip Tips goes to… Europe!

Posted on 11. Apr, 2011 by .

So you guys wondered what had happened to this blog, eh? I had to keep my project a surprise for many reasons but now I can finally reveal the reason of overall inactivity around here. Eurotrip Tips is moving to France! Striped shirts, baguettes, croissants au chocolat and wine, the whole deal. Oh and did [...]

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A Week In Paris or How To Alienate Parisians

A Week In Paris or How To Alienate Parisians

Posted on 01. May, 2010 by .

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My experience in Paris was, to put it in a polite way, memorable, but definitely not in the way I would have hoped. Parisians have a somewhat solid reputation that precedes them worldwide; I expected rudeness, language issues and bad weather. However I was surprised at how out of proportions all those expectations actually were. [...]

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