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Is Europe Open For Travel?

The majority of Europe has now opened its doors to American travelers after lifting Europe’s travel ban.   The United States was added to the European Union’s list of approved countries for entry on June 18, ending a 15-month ban on travel from the United States to Europe due to the coronavirus pandemic. The move Continue reading

Champagne Touring in France

French Champagne Touring Let’s get one thing straight: Champagne isn’t merely anything with sparkles in it. Champagne refers to a type of bubbly produced according to strict standards within a specific area of France’s Champagne region. Located northeast of Paris, this wine-producing region is home to the cities of Reims and Epernay, which are frequently Continue reading

Please Pass The Grey Poupon-Dijon

48 Hours in Dijon As the capital of the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region of France, Dijon is home to several historical landmarks and cultural attractions, as well as excellent gastronomy. Yes, they are home to some of the best mustards in the world but they have a lot more to offer than just a spicy condiment. It Continue reading

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