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Recent France reviews

  • Perfect apartment for our week getaway

    "As soon as my husband and I walked into the apartment we were thrilled with what we saw - it is exactly as it looks in the pictures. Fantastic view from both the living room and the bedroom with lots of light, antique but comfortable furniture and a really well appointed kitchen complete with staples such as spices, coffee, sugar, etc and even a welcome bottle of wine and package of cookies ! All paper products and cleaning supplies, including clothes soap and fabric softener were provided. All this gave us a good feeling on arrival. Hortensia was there when we arrived and gave us a very thorough introduction and useful information about the apartment. Our favourite destinations were Monaco, Monte Carlo, Cannes, St Paul de Vence, the Rothschild villa and all the villages on the coast between Nice and Monaco. It really is a stunning coastline. We took the train to Cannes ( train station is a 45 minute walk away ) but used the bus for everything else - it's more scenic, very inexpensive and much handier with a bus stop outside the door for most destinations. We had lunches out but ate dinners in because we were always tired after full days of walking and touring - it's a delightful apartment to have a meal right at home. There are a couple of smaller supermarkets within a ten minute walk but we preferred Intermarche ( 15 minute walk ) because it is larger and has greater variety. There was an air traffic controllers strike the day we were supposed to leave and our flight was cancelled, so we had to book a 6am flight the next day. Luckily we were able to stay in the apt one more night and Hortensia booked us a taxi for 4am. Lost some sleep that night wondering if the taxi would show up but he was right on time ! This apt was perfect for us because we enjoy walking, it is slightly uphill from town so anyone who isn't too mobile might want to take a bus which stops right at the apt. Thank you very much Olivia for giving us the opportunity to stay in your lovely apt. John and Linda"
    Guest: John and Linda Hardcastle Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 18, 2015
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  • Nice Place

    "It was a comfortable, quiet, spacious, secure and fully equipped condo. Paddy has everything well-organized for a relaxing and stress free stay. Grimaud is a village of charming streets, incredible views, flower bedecked houses, convenient stores and an excellent location for exploring the area. The condo is on the lower level with an elevator, but we chose the 74 stairs to earn our visits to the two fabulous boulangeries. I appreciated the quiet level, but my husband would have preferred a view."
    Guest: Anne Marie M. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 17, 2014
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  • Great stay!

    "We have really enjoyed your apartment and our time in Cassis. Everything was absolutely perfect, and yours was probably the best holiday apartment we ever visited -- everything was there, just like home. Thank you very much!"
    Guest: Misha I. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 8, 2014
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  • House party at La Guerrie

    "Several of us chipped in for two lovely weeks in St Patrice de Claids at La Guerrie. The house is amazing and ancient. Not terrifically well appointed, but the ambiance and the kindness of our hosts made one forget some inconveniences. The setting is rural and beautiful, and once you get used to driving a little, greater Normandy and specifically the World Equestrian Games were easily accessible. La Guerrie became our heavenly retreat after a hard day of touring. Kitchen works well for some great feasts!"
    Guest: Horse fans Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: November 20, 2014
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France Travel Tips

For anyone looking to vacation in one of the most romantic countries in the world, the obvious choice is, of course, France. From Paris - the City of Lights and Love - to the gorgeous countryside and amazing wine regions, France is filled with passion.

The country is known for having some of the best cuisine on the globe and is a world leader in all things cultural, including art, architecture and museums. Whether you stop in a little bistro on the corner or dine in any of the numerous, glamorous restaurants, you can be sure your meal will be one of the best of your life. France has a fascinating history, and through each region you'll learn more about how the country has developed and become what it is today. Famous attractions like the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower and the arc de Triomphe will be more magnificent than you can imagine in person.

Traveling from the hustle and bustle of Paris to the wine region of Bordeaux to the pastoral landscape of Provence, you'll be treated to stunning natural sights that are sure to charm you throughout your stay.

You're sure to fall in love with France, and you just might fall a little more in love with your travel companions as well.

Things to Do in Paris

- Eiffel Tower: A trip to France, especially if you're in Paris, isn't complete without a stop one of the world's most famous cultural icons: the Eiffel Tower. La Tour Eiffel was named for it's engineer, Gustave Eiffel, and was built in 1889 as the entrance for the World's Fair. Since then, it's become a global attraction and stands 1,063-feet tall. The Eiffel Tower is the tallest structure is Paris and the most visited. On the first and second levels, you'll find delicious restaurants where you can enjoy a meal as you gaze across all of Paris and take in the breathtaking views. Head to the third level, at 906 feet up, to experience the observatory. From here you'll be treated to unobstructed views of the city, and nothing could be more romantic. If you visit at night, you can also catch the spectacular light show from the gardens below - or pretty much anywhere in the city.

- Museé du Louvre: One of the world's most expansive and impressive collections of art, including some of the most famous masterpieces on earth by da Vinci and so many more. Be advised: this museum is huge, so you may want to make a whole day of it here.

Things to Do Throughout France

- Chateau de Chambord: France is home to a multitude of stunning, fairy tale-like castles, including the Chateau de Chambord. The castle is one of the most recognizable in the world because of its distinct French Renaissance architecture, blending tradition and French medieval styles in the Loire Valley. It was built by King Francois I as a hunting lodge. Today, visitors can explore the various rooms and see the collections displayed throughout that were moved from the Louvre and Compiegne.

- Chateau La Tour de Chollet: France produces some of the world's best wines, so it's a must to visit some local vineyards during your stay. Chateau la Tour de Challot is a family-run, organically farmed winery situated in the French countryside town of Sainte Foy la Grande in Bordeaux. They produce two reds, a dry white, a sweet white and a rose, so come here to sip and swirl them all. Take a tour of the vineyard to learn about French viticulture, the work it takes to be a winemaker in France, as well as farming methods, grape varieties and more.

- Theatre Antique d'Orange: Go back in time to the 1st century A.D. with a trip the Theatre Antique d'Orange, which was built under Emperor Augustus. It was brought back to life in 2003, and now visitors can transport back to Imperial Rome in the south of France. Audio tours are available in multiple languages and teach you about the shows that were performed here as well as what social life was like during the 1st century. You can even see computer-generated recreations of shows in the projection room as you retrace the history of this famous theater.

- Palace of Versailles: One of the most opulent structures in France is the Palace of Versailles, which started as Louis XIII's hunting lodge before his son Louis XIV expanded it during the height of the French Empire. It holds one of the most beautiful collections of 18th century French art, and throughout the palace and the grounds you'll see the serious luxury of royalty at its highest. Not only is the palace itself stunning, but so are the magnificent gardens, which are worth a visit in-and-of themselves.

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