A few years ago, I was fortunate enough to spend two months in the South of France. I was somehow able to talk my French professor into letting me spend those two months soaking up as much French language and culture as I could as part of my class. It was the best of times and the worst of times all at the same time! My language skills were pretty appalling at the beginning of the stay, and I was painfully aware how bad they were on a daily basis. I did improve, however, by the end of the stay (not to brag, but I did get an "A" in the class - my final paper was hilarious, if I do say so myself!), and ultimately it was one of my best trips ever.
Anyway, since then, I have been back several times to further perfect my language skills (they get rusty very quickly!). I have traveled extensively in the S.O.F, from the coastline of Nice to the Camargue and up into the lavender covered hills of Provence. I have certainly drunk my share of wine from The Rhone Valley, and I have eaten the most extravagant meal at Bruno's (the "Truffle King").
Paris is my favorite city in the world. I have been there at least a dozen times, and each time I go, I discover something new to love.
If you are considering France, please call me today and let me help you put your trip together. If you need group assistance, I am available to help with that also.
Vive le France!