Tips & Advice

Visiting France

By on August 8, 2017

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The beauty of France never fails to amaze people from all corners of the world.

Aside from being home to the iconic Eiffel Tower and the enigmatic Louvre Museum, it’s also home to a rich history in the form of historical sites like the Palace of Versailles and a vibrant culture in the form of cultural sites like the Centre Pompidou. Even more so, France is home to welcoming people – friendly and lovely even; hence, Paris being known all over the world as the City of Love.

That being said, here are some tips when visiting France:

Keep yourself hydrated.

The reason for this is quite simple. France has no shortage of places to go. Keeping yourself hydrated will not just allow you to roam around the place without getting tired easily as there are brews that can help boost your energy with its caffeinated properties, but also allow you to roam around the city without getting pained easily as there are beverages that can help boost your immunity with its anti-oxidant properties.

Make yourself full.

The reason for this is also quite simple. France has no shortage of things to do. Making yourself full will not just allow you to roam around the place without getting tired easily as there are snacks that can help keep you going with its carbohydrated properties, but also allow you to roam around the city without getting pained easily as there are sweets that can help keep you working with its anti-inflammatory properties.

Even more so, have fun.

With all those places to go, as well as things to do, in France, it’s never really enough to visit there just once. And oh, let’s not forget all those restaurants near Notre Dame Cathedral – all of which represents how gourmet a dish can truly be.

Any other tips when visiting France? Let us know in the comments section below!

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Limited Budget? No Problem

By on March 14, 2017
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Going on a vacation doesn’t have to be expensive and bank breaking occasion. There are ways you can go on vacation without using all your savings. We will provide your tips on how you can get at trip to France without breaking the bank.

Book Your Flight Early

Airline companies usually give discounts to early birds. Booking your flight early will get you prepared and at the same time you can get the best deals and discounts. Utilize applications and websites to find out which airline company gives the best price. Visit www.airfarewatchdog.com to get the latest discounts offered by hundreds of airline companies around the world. In booking flights, timing is very important. If you really want to save on your plane ticket, find out which months and seasons the flight cost less. That’s where Bing Travel’s Price Predictor comes into play.

Rent a Room Instead of Going to A Hotel

This is the new fad for back packers. If you are not that particular in this matter and what you really wanted is a place to sleep, then this budgeting tip will work out for you. Renting a room may not offer all the amnesties that a hotel can offer, that’s the catch. But you will save twice compared to checking-in in a hotel. You may use online resources to find a room near your travel destination. One best example is www.bedycasa.com, they provide you with a list of willing homeowners to rent their spare room for you for a fraction of the cost.

Friendsourcing

I just invented this word. The best resource you can have is knowing someone in the area. Locals know where is the best restaurants and hotels in the area. They are the most reliable source you can have to get the most out of your money.

Commute All The Way

Instead of hiring a driver and paying for the car daily rate, why don’t you commute? It’s not that bad at all. It lets you feel that you are one of the locals there and get you to experience their public transportation. This is not advisable if you have to much stuff with you. But what I did is I rented a room that is very strategic to my travel plan. It’s like the center of all my travel destinations. I left my belongings in the room (the non essential ones) and just brought important things such as my passport, credit card, cash and my favorite clothes then I commute all the way back and forth.

I hope that you may have the best vacation thus far! Stay safe!

 

 

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How To Look Like A French Chic

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Finally, you are going to France! You will now fulfill the fantasies of your dreams. It’s time to pack your bag and go to the airport and fly your way to France. But what are the things you need to remember when it comes to bringing items to France? Make sure to bring stuff that are fashionable yet are simple. Quite complicated? No. Let me help you in making you look like a French Chic in no time.

Don’t Over Accessories

French are fashionable but they do it in balance. They want to look simple yet sophisticated. It’s okay to accessories as long it’s not too much. You can wear bangles and a ring but don’t wear a necklace anymore. French woman use accessories for clothes that are plain. For example, they are wearing white t-shirt and blue pants, this out fit is very plain looking so they would use striking necklace pieces to level up their fashion. It’s like their way of saying, “I’m feeling lazy today but I never forget fashion.”

Kick The Cold Through Your Kick-Ass Blazers

French woman are obsessed with blazers because it makes any outfit look semi-formal. You can partner it anywhere may it be a dress or pants, a black blazer will give it a nice extra touch.

They Like Flats

This is the trending in French Fashion today. Slip-ons are nice on every outfit plus they are super comfortable too compared to wearing high-heels. Flats are perfect for tourist like you specially if you are planning on going for long walks and other activities that requires you to use your feet.

Beat The Sun With Your Sunglasses

Make sure to bring your sunglasses to protect your eyes from too much sun. There’s another benefit you can get from bringing sunglasses, you will look cool and fashionable. French chics love to wear sunglasses because it brings some class and personality to the outfit. Bigger sunglasses are preferable.

Bring Your Scarf

Scarf is another accessory you could use if you are wearing plain and simple outfit. You can hang it on your neck and knot it beautifully. You can bring neutral colors to make sure that it will match any outfits you have. You don’t want to bring too much stuff because you will pay extra in the airport.

Put Some Lipstick

This is the make up that French chic can’t live without. Adding some colors on your lips instantly changes the aura of your face. You don’t need anything else on your face aside from an SPF and a lipstick.

 

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