If you read my article on How To Save Money Before You Travel, you'll remember that I suggested selling your car unless it was an absolute necessity. Well, full disclosure, until recently, I didn't practice what I preached. My dirty little secret was a dark blue Mazda named Maisie, and boy was I was attached. At the time, I really did feel that having a car was necessary. Thankfully, I've cut the cord on that expensive relationship and my only regret is not having done it sooner. Here are a few reasons why you should do the same. Think About the
True to its nickname, Paris is a city that is impossible to not fall in love with. Like art? The Louvre could keep you occupied for months. Bit of a history buff? Walking Paris' many historic quarters is akin to traveling through time. Consider yourself a foodie? Welcome to heaven. This city has a seemingly endless amount of things to see and do, but I've shared some of my favorite activities and money saving tips below. What to Budget Accommodations €30-40 per night Given how popular of a travel destination Paris is, it's not surprising that the cost of accommodations is
France - c'est magnifique! For many people, France sits perpetually atop the bucket list of "Places I Must Visit Before I Die"; and rightfully so! France's capital city, Paris, ranks 5th on the global list of top cities to visit. It sounds cliched, but this country truly has something for everyone. From some of the world's best wine and food to breathtaking beaches and beyond, if you can't find what you're looking for in France, it can only be due to your not trying. City Specific Guides Tips to Save Money Limit Going Out to Eat If there's any place
It has many different names; wanderlust, the travel bug, vagabond dreams... Call it what you will, if you're here, odds are you've got it. That feeling you get when you step onto foreign land for the first time, or the relentless drive to find out what's just over the horizon; it's something that is seemingly impossible to explain to people who don't feel the same way. But why do we do it? What pushes us onward when others around us seem content to live the 9 to 5, buy a house and settle down? Where does that spark come from?