Moving to France, Episode 131

Moving to France


Moving to France Mike and husband

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Annie and guest Mike August discuss their experiences moving to France and some of the complexities involved in that endeavor. We’re not immigration lawyers or relocation specialists, we’re just two people who went through the experience and want to discuss some of the gotchas you may encounter in your own road towards a move to France.


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Romantic Paris, Episode 130

Romantic Paris


Romantic Paris, Gary and Leslie

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Paris is the city of romance, the place where budding romance blossoms, and where older couples go to renew their vows. I am not sure if this is as a result of the gorgeous architecture, the sounds of the French language, the emphasis that French culture puts on the importance of romance in one’s life, the fact is, Paris is the romance capital of the world. On today’s episode, Annie shares her tips for enjoying the romance of Paris, and Gary Turco tells us about his recent honeymoon in Paris and the things he and his wife Leslie enjoyed about their honeymoon in Paris. Gary is a returning guest on the show, he also talked to us about his experience at the Moulin Rouge on Episode 126

Hotels Recommended in this Episode:  InterContinental Paris Le Grand


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Paris with Children, Episode 129

Paris with Children


Paris with children, Alex and her family

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A lot of people wonder, should I even take my kids to Paris? Will they get anything out of it? Alex Dionne and her husband decided to bring the kids and they were pleasantly surprised how child-friendly Paris is.  Alex shares that when the kids are old enough and like to experience new things, you can make wonderful memories in Paris as a family, including some places that are totally off the beaten track. Thanks for the great photos Alex and family!

Air b&b  Recommended in this Episode: Rosier 5 étoiles

Places Mentioned in this Episode: Behind the scenes tour at the Eiffel Tower, Centre Georges Pompidou, Musée des Arts et Métiers, Musée des Arts Forains, Musée du Quai Branly, Parc de Bercy, Museum of Hunting and Natures, Paul Klee Exhibit, Place des Vosges, Promenade Plantée, Rosier-Joseph Migneret Garden, Sunday Bird Market behind Notre Dame, the Louvre


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Wine Touring in Beaune, Burgundy, Episode 128

Wine Touring in Beaune, Burgundy

The Hospices de Beaune in burgundy
The Hospices de Beaune, photo Annie Sargent

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Beaune is the jewel of Burgundy: quaint and posh, but also the home of people who love wine and the craft of wine and who have been able to keep alive one of the oldest charities anywhere in the world, the Hospices de Beaune. Today we talk to three listeners who have visited Beaune, loved it, and have great tips to share about places that will make you happy to be alive. Warning: drinking the wine doesn’t hurt either!

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Places Mentioned in this Episode: Beaune, Pernand-Vergelesses, Savigny-les-Beaune, Chauret-les-Beaune, Pommard, Volnay, Meursault


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Opéra Garnier in Paris, Episode 127

Opéra Garnier

Opéra Garnier
Opera Garnier, Paris 9th arrondissement, photo Annie Sargent

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The Opéra Garnier, aka Palais Garnier, made such an impression on me as a first-time visitor that I cannot say what I liked best about it: the grand facade? The grand staircase? The Chagall ceiling?  The grand foyer? I admit, I can’t decide, it was all overwhelming and so beautiful! We probably barely scratch the surface all of the things that can be said about the Opera Garnier this episode, but I hope we convince you to go in next time and enjoy its grandeur. The interview starts at 5’44”.

Related Episode: From Ballet to Cabaret, Episode 53

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