Sure, you’ve had croissants in New York, macarons in San Francisco, or crepes in Chicago, but nobody does French food quite like the French.
We kept all globe-trotting foodies in mind when we created this basic guide to Parisian cuisine. Though keep in mind that this is just your starter-kit–Paris has more good food to eat than we could fit in a single blog post. Bon appetit!
Oftentimes, traveling makes us realize that the simple things in life can be really frickin complicated. Take for example, charging your electronics. It seems like any time that I desperately need my cell phone, it goes dead with no power source in sight (and obviously I didn’t write down the number of the person picking up from the airport). Luckily, tech geeks with much more foresight than myself have engineered ways to remedy these common conundrums. Here are some cool gadgets for the low budget traveler.
What are your travel gadget necessities?
Think about your last vacation. How much time did you spend in line, waiting at museums, monuments and other tourist attractions?
Let’s do a little bit of math. So say you’re going to Paris. You’ll probably want to see the Eiffel Tower, tour the Louvre, and climb up the Notre Dame de Paris. So if you spend an hour in line at each attraction (on a good day), you’ve effectively wasted nearly one-fifth of your waking hours in line.
In order to ease your tourist line woes, we at Roomer have come up with a few simple tips to help prevent you from squandering those precious vacation hours.