Friday, September 19, 2008

Tips for the perfect holiday in France

If you want to have a great French holiday, there are several things you can do. One of those is taking the train. There is no point in getting a bad start to your vacation by being frazzled in traffic and struggling through the crush of other travelers. Just get on the train and let it take you where you want to go. Another thing you can do when crossing from the UK to France is to choose your ferry crossing wisely so that you get closer to where you need to be and save on the driving time. If you book your travel insurance ahead of time and also and go ahead and order your foreign currency well in advance, you shouldn't have as much hassle when you get ready to go and you'll be better prepared for your trip. That'll make your trip easier and you and your family happier.

Other important issues to think about in France are whether your credit or debit cards will work and how much money you want to spend. There are a lot of different ways you can do things when you travel through France, and the way you address things can strongly affect how much you end up spending for your trip. Food and drink can cost you a lot, and even if you're cooking your own meals, you might not be that familiar with all of the terms for the food and for the way it should be cooked. You also have to be aware of the 220 requirement for electrical devices and make sure that you've got the right adapter. Without it, your appliances won't work. If you make sure you follow these simple tips and ensure that your passport and any other documents you need are ready you should have a great French holiday without any serious problems.

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