Posts Tagged ‘France’

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Eat Smart in France – Book Review

This entry to the Eat Smart series of guides tackles French cuisine in a most interesting manner. It is not simply about the cooking, but rather it covers the historical and regional aspects of how the foods came to be what they are today, immersing the reader in the culture of the country. It brought back memories of the aromas around an open air market in Paris so many years ago…..the bread, the cheese, the garlic…..

Inside the Travel Lab

Inside the Travel Lab is the blog of Abigail King, a professional writer with a love for travel and a background in neuroscience and Emergency Medicine. Her blog is quirky and easy-going.

Miss Travel Girl

Miss Travel Girl is the blog of Rachel, a sufferer of a syndrome that causes both slow progression of blindness and deafness. She is travelling the world to appreciate as much as possible while she still has usable vision.

MyKugelhopf

MyKugelhopf is the blog of Kerrin Rousset, a New Yorker who moved to Zürich halfway through 2008. On her blog, Kerrin indulges and combines two of her great passions in life: travel and food. It’s mouth-watering stuff.

Le Blog Laura

Laura brings a lovely literary style to her travel journal, in which she shares about her experiences in France and the Mediterranean.

Parisian Spring

Tanya is an American in her final semester as a graduate student who decided to ditch Washington D.C. and study in Paris instead. (Interview with Tanya)

Parisian Spring: Interview with Tanya Brothen

Paris. For many people, it is the quintessential travel destination. Quite simply, it is the place to go.

Tanya Brothen is a graduate student who decided to shift pace and move to Paris for the final semester of her Master's Degree in International Affairs. Was Paris her ultimate dream destination?

TravelBlogs caught up with Tanya to find out whether the City of Lights lives up to all the hype.

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