Trip Interruption Insurance

December 14, 2013

It is safe to say that I travel internationally more than the typical person. On top of that, I am usually traveling with more than a dozen people coming from all parts of North America on my small group tours to Europe and Peru. Over the years I have seen travelers trips interrupted for a […]

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What Does it Cost to Visit Paris for a Week?

December 9, 2013

What does a week in Paris cost? The major expenses of a vacation in Paris will consist of lodging, meals, tickets to museums/monuments, and transportation. In this blog post, The Traveling Professor will break down what it typically costs for a week-long visit to Paris. We will talk about Paris lodging, admission to Paris museums […]

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September 2, 2013


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Are the French Rude?

March 9, 2012

It makes sense when visiting a foreign country to play by their rules and customs.   Remember the old saying, “when in Rome, do as the Romans do”?   The same principle applies in Paris. When initiating a conversation with a Parisian, regardless of their status in society, it is considered extremely rude a greeting of “bonjour/bonsoir […]

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Offbeat Paris: An Itinerary

July 6, 2011

Paris has glamorous attractions like the Eiffel Tower, Louvre, and the Cathedral of Notre Dame.  However, after you’ve seen all the touristy stuff, it’s time to do something out of the ordinary.  Take a look at this plan of attack for a truly unusual experience. Start the day at the Sewers of Paris (les Égouts […]

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