Now I know that we’ve only just waved goodbye to Halloween, and we haven’t even had Christmas yet, but I have already started thinking about my 2014 summer vacation. There’s a few destinations in the mix at the moment, but Paris seems to be a frontrunner. I am fairly flexible on dates when it comes to traveling, so hopefully I’ll be able to bag a one-off bargain in the New Year. When it comes to airlines, I’m not really bothered about who I fly with either.
When I was getting ideas online, American Airlines seemed to have some of the cheapest available flights to France. I also noticed that they now offer online check-in – simply input your details on the website, and they will email you your boarding pass. I really like the idea of this as I HATE queuing at the check-in desk – I just want to get to Disneyland already! If I do end up going with American Airlines, I’ll need to invest in a new printer. My current model spends most of the time jammed and without ink, so I’m seriously looking to upgrade it.
United Carlton have a great selection of professional printers, like this one, that will ensure my boarding passes are actually readable! Obviously, when I land in France I will be looking to experience a slice of authentic French culture. I’ll be visiting the Eiffel Tower for definite, although I’m not sure I’ll be brave enough to climb to the top - I’ll stick to snapping the photos from the bottom. I can’t wait to try the French cuisine. I love croissants, so I’m excited to see how the French do it – they are the masters after all. I think I’ll be giving the snails a miss though, although I won’t be saying
no to a glass of wine or two!
Of course, while I’m in the area it would be rude not to pop by Disneyland Paris . I can’t wait to see what magical shows they have for 2014!
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