Visiting Paris Using a Wheelchair, Episode 109

Sandra Brown
Sandra Brown


Visiting Paris using a wheelchair

You might think that life is so complicated for wheelchair users that  that they would rather stay home and not look for complications in France. But it is not so! Wheelchair travel is getting more and more common, even in France. Sandra Brown is a quadriplegic who loves a challenge and decided to move to Paris. Today, she comes on the show to share  her secrets about visiting Paris using a wheelchair. She found out that Paris isn’t as difficult as she feared, so long as you know a few tricks! She also loves food and gives wonderful recommendations of French dishes and Paris restaurants nobody should not miss.

To Prepare for Your Trip: Air Travel for Wheelchair Users


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Food Markets and Craft Beer in Paris, Episode 108

Paris food markets and craft beer
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Food Markets and Craft Beer in Paris

Emily Dilling is an author and podcaster who comes on the show to share her experiences about Food Markets and Craft Beer in Paris as well as some of her favorite French recipes.

Book Recommendation: My Paris Market Cookbook: A Culinary Tour of Seasonal Flavors and French Recipes


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Restaurant and Bars Recommendations (lots of great Paris craft beer places in this list):

Places Mentioned on this Episode: Le Halles de Paris, marché Ornano (18th), marché des Batignoles (border of 8th and 17th), marché Raspail, marché des Batignolles, marché Ornano, marché Bastille.

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The Best of Sète, Episode 107

Canal in Sete photo sabin paul croce. The Best of Sète
Canal in Sète. Photo Sabin Paul Croce.

Sète

Sète is full of charm, history and genuine French culture. It is a favorite of French families who go to enjoy the ambiance, the canals, the sea and the sun. If you’d like to spend some time on the Mediterranean and not spend your whole vacation budget in two days, keep reading and listening, this is the city for you!

When Annie visited Sète after recording this episode, she stayed at a hotel called Le National. She found it comfortable, clean, the owner was friendly. This is a family-run hotel, the hotel lobby closes in the afternoon. The owner will contact you via SMS to confirm the details. Le National is a great budget hotel, in a good location, easy walking distance to the Canals, free parking is not difficult near the hotel. Skip the hotel breakfast (nothing special or “bof, bof” as we say in French) and go have breakfast at a cafĂ© near the Canal instead.


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