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Skip The Line Eiffel Tower Tour Paris

When I looked up the details on the Skip The Line Eiffel Tower Tour on GetYourGuide.com I was skeptical about the duration shown. Three hours, really? How can it take that long to walk the 4.5kms from the Church of the Madeleine to the Eiffel Tower? How am I going to keep my kids engaged Read the Rest…

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Planning a trip to Paris with teenagers

Paris with teenagers. Sigh. I can hear you all sighing at the idea of Paris in a very “we’ll always have Paris” way. Me? I’m wondering what to do with two digitally-obsessed teens for a week in Paris. This is a new kind of family travel planning, but I’m always up for a challenge so Read the Rest…

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Summer Reads: Wine and War

Summer reads: this post is the first in a series of short reviews of books I’ve enjoyed. In preparation for an upcoming visit to Napa Valley, I went looking for a book about wine, wine history and wine tasting intending to educate myself on the wine industry in the U.S. I got pleasantly sidetracked by Read the Rest…

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Paris street cafe

BigB, Paris 2002 Picture the scene: an extended family group enjoying a day in Paris before taking the train to historic Poitiers. It’s about lunchtime and the group has stopped to review lunch options in a narrow street lined with small cafes. And then WanderMom notices that her two-year-old has slipped out of view. Frantic, Read the Rest…

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