Oui, c'est encore la belle France, from the bright lights of Paris to the rocky shores of Brittany & the chic vibe of the Côte d'Azur -- both deluxe and pas cher.

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  • Thank you Wink. Karen
  • Karen, sorry I did not see this comment earlier. I run wine tours on request in my specialist areas of Savoie and Jura, however the guides on my website are aimed at independent travellers who want to do a self-guided wine tour using our expert recommendations. I can also tailor-make itineraries based on our guides and my own experience.
  • Wink: Do you conduct wine tours? Merci.
  • Just want to introduce you to Wine Travel Guides website (you might want to add the site to the list above). We have 46 micro-region travel guides to all the major wine regions in France. Written by independent wine and travel writers (including some well-known authors and Masters of Wine), the guides give recommendations of wineries to visit, places to stay, eat and shop, as well as regional wine and tourism basics. Do take a look. All the info is free to view on the website - PDF downloads are available to purchase singly or by annual full access membership for ease of saving/printing. We update regularly. Do feel free to ask me questions if you are planning a wine tour in France!
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  • http://www.trivago.co.uk/france-31029 : accomodation, places of interest, reviews, weblinks, photos and more.
  • David,
    Thanks so much; very helpful!
  • I will be on assignment in Europe between May 10 and May 30 attending the Institute of Travel & Meetings Annual Conference at Chelsea FC, Stamford Bridge, London, England (May12 & 13) and the IMEX 2010 Incentive Travel, Meetings & Events Exhibition in Frankfurt, Germany (May 25, 26 & 27). I am looking to fill my schedule in the time between these two events (May 14-24) covering a number of business travel; meetings, incentives, conventions & events topics. I already have some tentative plans in Liverpool, London, Paris and Frankfurt – if anyone has any assignment suggestions or “must see” recommendations related to business travel or meetings, incentives, conventions & events topics please let me know…
  • Thank you David: I was racking my brains. The NYC office is proactive - the Paris office is .....
    Glad you were ale to locate the UK office. It's so easy from people to cross the Channel - Chunnel -- unless the weather is in the deep freeze.
  • Hi Michelle, I'm told this link will take you to the info you're looking for:

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