Treasure Hunt in the Louvre, Episode 63

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Daisy de Plume

Treasure Hunt in the Louvre

Today Annie interviews Daisy de Plume about her treasure hunt service in the Louvre. Going on a treasure hunt in the Louvre is a fantastic idea, especially if you are visiting with children!

Daisy is from New York originally and her goal is to get customers interested in the art and help them organize their visit in a fun way.  All the details are on Daisy’s website and of course we discuss the whole thing on the show.

While this treasure hunt in not exclusively designed for children, it does seem like a wonderful activity for families in particular.

Later in the show we discuss strikes in France and how they can be frustrating for visitors who don’t understand the French system. And since you never know if you’ll experience a French strike or not during your visit, it’s important for you to understand this background information.

Ready? Get set for your treasure hunt in the Louvre!

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To Prepare Your Trip: Everybody Bonjours!

Places discussed on the show: Louvre Museum, Orsay Museum, Latin Quarter.

If you like this episode, also listen to our introduction to the Louvre in Episode 21.

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3 thoughts on “Treasure Hunt in the Louvre, Episode 63”

  1. Annie,
    It was really such a pleasure chatting with you here. Thank you so much for having me on the show and a big hello and thanks to Nicole for putting us in touch!
    Kind regards,

  2. Love that you guys did this! My boys loved hearing the episode and immediately wanted to look at all the pictures that we took while in the Louvre.

    1. How very lovely to hear! I hope they have them indelibly embedded in their memories, as a base to return to next time they’re at the Louvre!

      Thanks again, Nicole, so kind of you for the reference.
      Warm regards,

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