Tag Archives: France

How to Spend 48 Hours with the Bordeaux CityPass

Bordeaux CityPass

If you’re planning to spend 48 or 72 hours in Bordeaux, there are several reasons you should get the Bordeaux CityPass. Sometimes there’s a question of whether a city card is a good value. Of all the cards I’ve used around the world, Bordeaux has one of the best. Why Bordeaux Bordeaux is one of the bigger cities in France, …

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What a Bordeaux Wine Workshop is Really Like

Selfie with Laura at the Bordeaux Wine Workshop

I say I only drink when I have to. When I get invited to a Bordeaux wine workshop, I have to drink. Bordeaux produces many of the best wines in the world, after all. Funny enough, Laura’s the same way, yet she walked away from the workshop craving more wine! Bordeaux’s Wine Production It’s hard to say which country or …

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My Workaway in France – A Story of Worst Case Scenario

Chateau at My Workaway in France.jpg

It’s been well over four years since my first Workaway experience in Brussels, but it was the next one – my Workaway in France – that will forever live in my memory as an example of just how bad a volunteer job can get. After I left, I wrote a basic story about my time in Touzac, France, but I …

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Exploring the Mountain Village of Tignes in the French Alps

Tignes

For a week, I had a wonderful opportunity to explore the enchanting village of Tignes with fellow blogger Cecile from Nomadic Hippie 2.0. Tignes is located just 8 km away from the Italian border, at an elevation of 2100m. It’s a world-class ski resort which hosted the 1992 Winter Olympics freestyle skiing, and has hosted the European Winter X Games in …

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My Hitchhiking Adventure Through Rural France

Tignes View after Hitchhiking

This week I had a mini adventure in France. Another travel blogger invited me to stay at their incredible pad high in the French Alps. Even with my dad’s arrival in the UK, and my need to find a supplemental job, I could hardly say no. Unfortunately, on my tight budget I had to cut some corners, and one of those was …

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