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Of course I don't believe this at all. From what I read some Americans are assholes and the culture is different. Just another myth. Anyone from France or visited France? Any tips you can give me? What hotels to stay in? What to visit? Also any good French learning programs? And pleas tell me what no to do/do when interacting with a person from France. Thanks. Yes I'm thinking about planning a trip to France
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-36892785 Right now one newspaper says that the priest has been decapitated, although I don't know if that has been confirmed from the police yet. EDIT: Right now they have changed it from decapitated to "throat slit".
France has a brand spanking new museum. Dedicated to all things wine. mentalfloss.com/article/80709/frances-newest-museum-devoted-wine Here's the museum site: www.laciteduvin.com/en Sounds much better than any of those creationist museums/theme parks over here. Heading over to the travel web sites now.
Witsec5 posted a topic in Quiver Full of DuggarsI was at Starbuck's today bobbing between appointments and saw JB's picture (a drawing actually) on the front page of the WSJ. So naturally I purchased it. The article is entitled, "The Boys on Le Bus: Foreign Press Mines Local Angles in U.S. Primary". The article is about how the candidates are capitalizing on their European working class roots--Romney's wife is the granddaughter of a Welsh coal miner and Santorum is the grandson of an Italian immigrant. The article goes on to say that no one can get the French or anyone else in the Foreign Press Corps. interested in the primary except for the fact that Paris Match is crazy about the Duggars, having done a full color six-page feature on the Duggar family when they were on the road in Iowa. "This is such an American story--in the French mind," said the bureau chief of Match. He was excited to meet "le famille Duggar." JB's comment on the story, "I didn't read the story because it was in French or somthing. But he was a very nice gentleman, and our family has a motto: There's always room for one more." Anyone from France? I would be interested in what you have to say.