3 Weeks in France

In June, 2012, we took a 3-week trip by train through the beautiful country of France.  This was our first time out of the US – and we planned the entire trip ourselves.  We took our laptop along for the ride and attempted our first “travelogue” to help us keep track of this crazy ride.

Check out these posts to follow the planning stages of our trip:

We spent our first 4 days in Paris, and wrote about:

Then we started our train hopping and visited:

We also blogged about the film pictures we took in Beaune, Annecy, Chamonix and Lyon.  This trip really gave us the travel bug!  We had a lot of fun blogging along the way and hope that we can continue to do this as a record of our future travel trips – and also provide some good info for other wandering souls out there!

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