Learn French & Discover Lifestyle Admin Moving & Travel Tips From This Expat Guide To France Siteby PRC Agency PR
A new site has launched with a focus on producing French related content for anyone considering moving to France and living on the continent. Annie and Andre is a site for wide-ranging content for internationally minded Francophiles, aspiring travelers and anyone interested in a permanent move to France.
More information can be found at: http://AnnieAndre.com
The site explains that visitors will find an eclectic mix of travel tips, destination guides, and inspiration along with personal advice and anecdotes. Many of the articles touch on working, living and playing in France, and they cover a wide range of subjects.
Annie was born in Thailand, and raised in North America between California and Montreal. She has been living in France with her husband and three children since 2011, and in that time has amassed a wide range of experience and stories to tell.
From finding out which visas to get, to finding a place to live and learning to navigate the school system, where has been through every element of the transition to French living. This makes the site ideal for anyone considering a move to France.
Among some of the most popular topics include destination guides like “A Tour of the Best French Casinos in France and Monaco”, “The 18 Best Main Shopping Streets in France for Shopaholics” and “Plan a Trip to France on a Budget”.
Other categories include diverse articles on food, French culture, health and inspiration, kids, money, the culture shock aspect of moving to somewhere so different, and others.
Resources are provided for anyone considering the move, including the best places to learn French, how to streamline the passport process, utilities in France, and a variety of different topics.
Annie states: “There are so many resources out there that talk about how great France is while deliberately omitting all of the difficult things about life in France or by showing you France only through rose coloured glasses.”
She adds: “France isn't perfect, and your life won't magically be better simply moving to France. Yes France is and has been great for us and it can be for you too but you have to put in the work to appreciate France, it's culture and all the idiosyncrasies of living in another country.”
Full details can be found on the URL above.
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