You are here:

France/train pass in paris

Advertisement


Aditya Kashyup wrote at 2014-01-06 09:35:27
Think about cheap eating in Paris then you can go to the grocery stores and pick up something quick and easy for breakfast. Grocery stores are good way of feeding yourself, make your own sandwiches is the cheapest way of eating. For lunch search for any bakeries that you find in your way and grab a ham and cheese sandwich with a bottle of water. If you like typically French then buy a saucisson some good cheese, rillettes, fruits and cherry tomatoes with fresh french baguettes. And donít forget French wine which gives a better combination. For applying French you can use this site http://www.french-visa.co.uk/apply-online


France

All Answers


Answers by Expert:


Ask Experts

Volunteer


Terry Casey

Expertise

Most experienced for Paris, Loire Valley, Provence, Dordogne, Alsace, Burgundy, Normandy and Reims/Champagne Country. Terry likes helping travelers get trip "flow and pacing" right so your adventure is neither . . . a bore, NOR a blur! Make sure your timing works, fitting your interests, tastes, personal experiences and needs. Terry has planned and done great trips to the Baltics, Russia, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Ireland, England, Austria, Italy, Czech Republic, Hungary, Greece, Norway, Turkey and Switzerland, plus South America and Cuba. Did wonderful April, 2007, week in Paris, summer 2008 southern England trip, summer 2010 fjords/North Cape, Norway coast, etc. Has visited twenty=two different countries in Europe. You can check out our Norway coast/fjords adventure with lots of great pictures from last summer at: www.boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?t=1227923 This live/blog has gotten nearly 52,000 views. For Villefranche, ports in Italy and along the the Croatian coast, you can check this live/blog. We are now at 42,762 views here. www.boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?t=1426474 France is great, but these other parts of the Europe are wonderful, too!!!

Experience

There is much post 9-11-2001 worry about travel to Europe, but all reports and experiences say things are fine, with proper care and planning. From wide travels in many parts of Europe in 2005- 2008, my personal experiences are that things are good there and reasonably behaving Americans are treated well. See, enjoy the world and experience its great diversity! I have visited 20 countries in Europe and know that there's lots there to see and do. PROVIDE KEY BACKGROUND INFORMATION with QUESTION: To help me answer your questions better, please provide some info on your past France/Europe travel experiences, ages, general budget range, personal travel style/interests, number in your party, what you most want to enjoy and see, etc.

Education/Credentials
Ohio State University grad

©2016 About.com. All rights reserved.