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Researching and Learning
Quote of the Week
Saving for Your European Vacation
Trains, Planes, and Automobiles 

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Researching and Learning
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I've always promoted the idea to "Never Stop Learning"  In fact, I've probably even mentioned it here already. It often comes to mind, though when I am researching or writing the posts each week.  Despite how much I know about travel to Europe, there is always more to learn.  
I've been intensely researching Paris recently, preparing for my upcoming tour. Paris is my favorite city in Europe and I've visited several times, but I still have not seen everything. I plan to take the tour participants to two museums that are new to me, so I have been reading all I can find on them.  I can't wait to explore these new venues.  
As I research, I am stumbling across other information about Paris - did you know there is a vineyard and winery in the city? I didn't.  I also learned that Sainte Chapelle, the church made almost entirely of stained glass was built in just 2 years, while it took 200 years to finish Notre Dame. Is stained glass that simple? I'm excited to share what I've learned on the tour. Maybe next year, you can come and learn, too.  
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Quote of the Week - 26 August 2016

“You don’t have to be rich to travel well.”
– Eugene Fodor

This Week's Post:

Saving for Your European Vacation

There are many ideas floating around the internet about how to save money, and these may not be new to you, but I decided to collect several ideas in one place.  It seems that "I cannot afford it" is the reason I hear most often from people who don't travel.  These ideas can help you be able to turn your travel dreams into the trip of a lifetime.

When would you like to go to Europe?  Do you have a special event coming up? A birthday? Or someone's graduation? There doesn't have to be a special reason; you may just want to fulfill your dream. Determining when you plan to go will help you figure out...

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From the Archives:
Trains, Planes, and Automobiles

On my first trip to Europe with my Mom, I rented a car so we could get around.  It worked out pretty well, although we got lost a couple of times.  On my second trip, my husband and I also rented a car.  We had a little trouble understanding the road signs, but got along okay.

When my daughters and I went to Europe in 2009, they insisted that we use the rail system for our transportation.  Since that time, I have also used one of the low cost airlines to get from one place to another.  There are advantages and disadvantages to each mode of transportation...

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Coming Soon - 2017 Tour Info

Paris is my favorite city in Europe and I’d love to share it with you.   I’ve arranged a tour, and would love for you to join me.   We will visit many of the highlights of Paris, along with yarn and fabric shops...

10 Day Tour of Paris

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