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I want to travel over France,but I've no experience.If you could give me any advice or your own experience it will be very helpfull. Hitchhiking,railway..bus service,lodging,cheep places to stay for night,prices,nice villages and cities... whatever what can help me...
thanks a lot Richard
[ 16. June 2003, 12:16: Message edited by: Richee ]
157 posts Location: A Melbourne boy through and through
When i was living in England i went to France for 6 hours on a booze cruise, it was great and cheap beer by the bag load. The only thing i can tell u is to try the chocolate crossiants they are awesome!!!!
Look to the moon, look to the stars, and if you still can't find happyness...find a bar!!!