If you have been to a McDonald’s restaurant in both countries, you most likely noticed huge differences.
- Restaurants are decorated nicer, look newer, and are better equipped in France.
- Menus are (much !) more elaborate, with a wider range of ingredients.
You don’t want to be like any other tourist? Are you looking for something different for your stay in France? Let the adventurer in you take over and spend your nights in the most unusual French hotels.
A Night in a Light House
Spend one night where only the sound of the waves disturb your peace.… Read More
If you are among the 250 million people who visited the Eiffel Tower since its opening in 1889, you may have climbed the “Tall lady” staircases up to the second floor. But at the second floor it is mandatory to take an elevator if you are willing to access the third floor up to 234 m (1,063 feet) high to enjoy an amazing view of Paris and visit Gustave Eiffel’s office that has been rebuilt.… Read More
The Louvre, the most visited museum in the world, has 38,000 works including the most famous: La Joconde. That being said, it also offers some unique and sometimes strange curiosities.
#1 Mummies: In the Egyptian wing, there is a mummy like no other.… Read More