7 Romantic Getaways for Valentine’s Day Weekend
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7 Romantic Getaways for Valentine’s Day Weekend

Created with Tagul.com   If you didn’t know, Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Although the subject of many jokes (queue the forever alone comments and the lines about excessive cheesiness), February 14th is dedicated to celebrating love, so why not embrace it?   Here are some of the best places in the world for a┬áromantic Valentine’s weekend getaway: 1. Catalonia Privileged Maroma in Punta Maroma,...

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Paris Through Literary Eyes

Looking for a new way to explore one of Europe’s most beloved cities? Why not discover the City of Lights by retracing the steps of literary greats who called Paris home? Paris‘s literary history is so rich it rivals the city’s creamiest brie. But of course, you don’t have to sacrifice that, either. Here’s a list of must-see sights in this glorious city, as well as some options for literary exploration....

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Paris and Orlando moving closer

Polish up your Joie De Vivre, Air France has announced it will begin non-stop flights between Orlando International Airport and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport starting June 11. “This is an effort we’ve had going on for probably 20 years to get into France from Orlando,” said Phil Brown, executive director of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority, who said it took, “persistence with Air France to make it...

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Free things to do in Paris

The view from the highest point in the city is free (and a great place to kiss apparently). So far in 2010, Paris has been experiencing a return to prominence as the top European destination for travelers. I found the city so beautiful with art, food, and wonderful people on nearly every corner. Plus it’s so easy to get around on the excellent Metro system. To really enjoy Paris you don’t have to spend a lot of money...

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Paris Shopping by Neighborhood

Surprising a lot of people, Paris is a top destination for Spring Break this year. If you’re on your way for spring break or any other season, you may want to map out your shopping strategy in advance. Paris is broken into neighborhoods or as they call them arrondissements. Each has a unique character, special restaurants, and shopping. But there are a few that are clearly the best: 1st Arrondissement — Where the 1st...

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