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Wonderful World of France Imagine landing in France the place looks beautiful but you have no idea where to go Things are running through your head did I bring enough money where will I stay and am I really safe here You notice the sun is shinning obviously you came at the right time Before you make the decision to go to France consider the following travel information The first thing you are going to need to do is contact your travel agent to see what bargains you can get because of the rapidly changing fares Also be sure to tell them what kind of flight you want You might want a nonstop flight direct flight or even a connection flight The next thing you need to do is decide on an airline Some examples of airlines that serve France from the US are TWA and American Airlines On Wednesday May 9th you will travel to Wichita Kansas to make your flight You will depart from Wichita Kansas at 815 am You will arrive at Kansas City Missouri at 905 am You then will connect to US Airways 1910 and leave from Kansas City Missouri at 1120 am This flight will arrive at Philadelphia Pennsylvania at 252 pm Then you will connect to US Airways 26 and leave from Philadelphia Pennsylvania at 605 pm You will then arrive in Charles de Gaulle France on Thursday May 10 at 740 am This same airline will take you back to Wichit a Kansas through the same cities you went through the first time The flight is going to cost you around 150000 dollars httpdps1travelocitycom You can always find reasonable rates just remember to contact your agent Once you have landed in France you probably will wonder how you will get around There are several different ways to get around in France You can find frequent flights between airports that service smaller cities For
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