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3 Cheap But Good Places to Eat in Paris

3 Cheap But Good Places to Eat in Paris

Paris is one of the great food cities of the world. You can easily spend 400-500 euros per diner at restaurants like Alain Ducasse at the Plaza Athénée Hotel or at at Guy Savoy's joint in the 6th arrondissement. But why spend all that money when you can eat well on 20 euros or so? Where are the cheap but good restaurants in Paris? Let The Professor tell you in this Paris blog post.
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5 Two Star Hotels in Paris

5 Two Star Hotels in Paris

On Traveling Professor small group tours, our groups generally stay in 4 or 5 star hotels. However, The Professor will on occasion select a 2 star hotel if it fits the bill. It must be well-located, and clean. What also adds to the experience is if the hotel is family-owned and operated. If the owners are on the premises, travelers can rest assured that they will be well-cared for. In this blog post, The Professor reveals 2 star hotels that he strongly recommends.
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Three Cruises to Take in Paris

Three Cruises to Take in Paris

Whether traveling on your own, or taking a Traveling Professor small group tour of Paris, touring the city entails quite a bit of walking. Taking a break and getting off your feet is a real treat. So, take one of these small cruises in Paris and take it all in on a relaxing cruise.
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4 Places to Eat in Paris

4 Places to Eat in Paris

One of the best books to help diners find great restaurants for every taste and budget in Paris is Eating and Drinking in Paris by Andy Herbach. Not only are the restaurant selections in the book plentiful and highly recommended, the book is also a menu translator to help the diner read and interpret a French menu. So, instead of guessing what oeufs meurette are (poached eggs in red wine sauce), Andy's book will tell you. It also lists wine bars, historic restaurants, food markets and mo...
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