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Is It Safe To Travel Europe On Your Own?

Is is safe to travel Europe on my own?

As I was searching Google to see if some people had actually asked this very question, I found an interesting one that goes like this:

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Live Insights Of Scotland Life

My Live Insights About Life In Scotland

I’m having the time of my life in Scotland.

In 3 words – I love it – except for the weather maybe.

However, I can’t complain too much,  as I have had plenty of sunshine every time I Read more

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10 Things That Will Shock You About Glasgow Scotland

10 Facts About Glasgow, Scotland That Will Shock You If You’ve Never Been In Western Europe

Ah good old Europe.

It’s been a long, long time since I had not seeing you, and I have to say that it’s nice to be back and see what you’re up to these days.

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Porcelaine de Limoges

Limoges The Headquarter Of Porcelain

Have you ever heard of Limoges Porcelain?

Well, it’s called like Limoges Porcelain (Porcelaine de Limoges) because this type of beautiful fine dishes, cups, vases, and other table ornaments are made in the center of France in a town Read more

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The Eiffel Tower Just Turned 125

Just the past Monday the Eiffel Tower was celebrating its 125th anniversary.

The birthday that what French like to call “la Dame de Fer” ( the Ion Lady) should have never seen as it was scheduled to be demolished Read more

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What On Earth Happened With Paris Pollution Alert?

Thank goodness none of that ever happened while I was leaving in Paris, but I felt very bad for my French people when I heard about this terrible pollution that affected Paris and other big cities in France over Read more

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How Is It To Fly With Air France?

Have you ever flown to France, or maybe even elsewhere with Air France airline? If yes, I would love to hear your feedback once you’ve read this article.

I have personally flown with Air France a few times, and Read more

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An Unexpected Breakthrough For French Pastry On Demand

You may have noticed that at times I share pictures of my food on this blog as well as Facebook, especially pastries, and maybe you’ve been wondering how in the world I’d be making all that just for me.

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Are You Going To Paris For The Holidays?

How would you like spending the holidays in Paris, France?

With the holidays approaching, I will be blogging about the holidays in France, such as what food we we eat, what traditions are followed there, and more.

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10 Interesting Facts From France You Should Know

Why is France named France?

France was founded by the Franks.  The name France comes from the Latin word “Francia” which means the land of the Franks.

However, before that France was called Gaul and people from that Read more

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What’s The Difference Between A Bad Word and A Gros Mot

Would you have guessed that a language that is nicknamed things like romantic language, or beautiful language and so forth is also one of the languages with the longest collection of bad words? Not only French has a Read more

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Four Practical Tips For Expats From An Expat Herself

As I was looking over my daily emails for press pitches needed for the day, one really caught my attention earlier this week.  The theme requested was tips for for expats.

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Carmelo And Mathilde Nuccio My Parents

Over time I’ve noticed that once in a while a blogger that I visit would write a post about they mother, father, and other family members.  I have to say that I love those posts, and I’ve been Read more

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My Mother’s Lemon Meringue Pie

I remember this to be one of the favorite pastries that my mother made.  When she made that lemon meringue pie, it didn’t last long especially because of my bother who ate slice after slice.

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5 Things America Calls French That Are Not And 5 Things That Are French But You Didn’t Know Were

I have to say that I find it very interesting how in America we put the word “French” in front of certain things that are no more French than whatever else they may not be.  On the other Read more

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