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David
Paris
a passionate tour-guide
Interests: Travel
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Hello, I wanted to introduce my new website to you : FRANCE TRAVEL TOUR This is very difficult for us to be known by people because bus tours have huge budgets to communicate through Internet. Even if their service is much more lower than ours. Through my website you can get in touch with us, and have a better description of our services. Our purpose is to work to facilitate your stay as much as possible. Through guided tours, but also through a 24/7 assistance. In case of loss of passport, or theft, or any problem that you can meet... Continue reading
Posted Jan 27, 2010 at paris-france-tour-guide
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Hi, There are many jewels to see in France. It is an old country so our history runs over many centuries. French kings let us some wonderful castles, and I invite you to visit them through a guided tour. We will leave Paris for the city of Amboise, a lovely typical french city, land of welcome to Leonardo da Vinci invites you to discover all its cultural, natural, artisanal and gastronomical treasures. You can choose to visit the Amboise Castle, symbol of the City. King Francois Ier lived there and loved this castle. It is also the last home of... Continue reading
Posted Jan 18, 2010 at paris-france-tour-guide
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Hello, Tasty Paris is an amazing tour ! It has a lot of success with guests coming from Asia and Middle-East for the moment. Tasty Paris is a guided tour of Paris highlights, and in the afternoon, a cooking class with a french pastry chef ! Our pastries are world-famous, such as macaron ! He will learn you, through a funny cooking class, to make some macaron, or other pastries. After the lesson a tasting of your cookies, and pictures are taken as a "souvenir" of this wonderful moment. It is always amazing and interesting to say to people once... Continue reading
Posted Jan 18, 2010 at paris-france-tour-guide
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Hello, Here I will post the feedback emails I receive for my tours. Thanks to all my guests, from Australia, United States, Japan, Singapore, Egypt, Israel, Germany and many other countries for their kind reviews! Layover in Paris is one of my "best-sellers", and most of my reviews are for this tour : Jill, United States, Utah David was so friendly and extremely accommodating. We had a wonderful tour! We arrived very late and wanted to make it to the top of the Eiffel Tower. David made it happen! We didn't realize how far the airport was from the things... Continue reading
Posted Jan 9, 2010 at paris-france-tour-guide
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Yesterday for a 5 hours layover we visited the National Opera, the Louvre pyramid, Concorde Square, we made a walk in the Champs-Elysees, visited the Eiffel Tower, the Invalides, Alexandre III bridge, we saw the Grand and Petit Palais, and made a boat tour of one hour in Paris, here is a video : here Continue reading
Posted Jan 4, 2010 at paris-france-tour-guide
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Hello, First of all let me wish you a merry Christmas 2009! Hope you had plenty of gifts and spent a good time with your families! During my stopover tour in Paris yesterday I took this lovely picture, and wanted to share it with you : Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral and its huge Christmas tree ! Many visitors despite the low temperatures visit Paris in winter! Christmas is a good period to visit Paris : hotels are not the most expensive and the City really becomes the City of Lights in this Christmas period. Every year the Ferris Wheel makes... Continue reading
Posted Dec 28, 2009 at paris-france-tour-guide
Are you in need of a professional & seasoned & personal tour guide/shopping assistant/business interpreter who can assist you to ensure your trip to my beautiful and vibrant city is a huge success? My name is David, a native in Paris, with a background of International tour-guide, travel agency industry, currently doing tour guide & business interpreter, with calm, friendly, funny, reliable, responsible, well-organized, self-motivated, result-oriented, who can arrange detailed plans for you no matter if you are on a holiday trip, business venture or traveling. You might be an individual, a couple or a small group. All you have... Continue reading
Posted Dec 24, 2009 at paris-france-tour-guide
Some of he things that needs to be improved in France is one of our international airports. Charles De Gaulle ( CDG ) airport is one of the most awful airports I have never seen, and I saw hundreds of them worldwide. Continue reading
Posted Dec 23, 2009 at paris-france-tour-guide
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Reims...coronation city where most of the French Kings were sacred. You will discover this lovely city and its marvels, such the Reims Cathedral Continue reading
Posted Dec 23, 2009 at paris-france-tour-guide
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All bus tours and crowds left, only some passionate photographers, and people who took personal tour-guides are still here. Atmosphere is radically different. The Mont Saint Michel seems belonging to you. Continue reading
Posted Dec 21, 2009 at paris-france-tour-guide
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ake a full-day tour from Paris to one of the most popular attractions in France, the fairytale island of Mont Saint Michel off the coast of Normandy. You'll visit the exquisite Benedictine abbey of Mont Saint Michel, one of the wonders of Europe. You'll also have free time to take a walk around the fascinating World Heritage listed island, which becomes separated from the mainland at high tide when the causeway is flooded by the sea. Continue reading
Posted Dec 21, 2009 at paris-france-tour-guide
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The "Iron Lady", the Eiffel Tower^^ Eiffel tower has been built for the universal exhibition of 1889, by Gustave Eiffel. It is the official symbol if Paris, like Sydney's Opera, Big Ben in London, or Burj-Al-Arab in Dubai. She has been built in two years only! Continue reading
Posted Dec 16, 2009 at paris-france-tour-guide
Hello, There are many things to discover in France. So many that it is today the 1st visited country in the world. We welcome each year between 75 and 80 million visitors. France has a lot to offer :a wonderful architecture, a strong history, awesome museums, unique shopping, a huge gastronomy, the world best wines... You have three different ways to visit France: - The first way is by yourself. Checking the Internet, the adresses, book your hotels, your flight and let's go! But often, you risk not to see the half of what you wanted to see originally. Because... Continue reading
Posted Dec 10, 2009 at paris-france-tour-guide
6 months ago I decided to create FRANCE TRAVEL TOUR. It is an agency that provides many services to tourists. The main activity is guided tours. I want private guided tours as affordable as possible Continue reading
Posted Dec 10, 2009 at paris-france-tour-guide
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Dec 10, 2009