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Author: Aurelia d'Andrea
ISBN: 1598809725
Pages: 368 pages
Publisher: Moon Travel; 2 edition (December 27, 2011)
Language: English
Category: Europe
Size ePUB: 1325 kb
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Rating: 4.9
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e-Book Moon Living Abroad in France epub download

by Aurelia d'Andrea



Living Abroad in France with Aurelia d'Andrea.

Living Abroad in France with Aurelia d'Andrea. 1. In your opinion, what’s the most significant cultural difference expats should be aware of when moving to France? Something we Americans take for granted is our ability to form fast friendships. Talk to your grocer, your neighbors, the server at the café, the mail-delivery person, and anyone else you encounter where small talk comes naturally. So many of us are afraid of speaking French poorly or of being misunderstood, but you’d be surprised at how accommodating the locals are when you make an effort. They’ll listen attentively, gently correct you, and nod with comprehension when you get it right.

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Moon Living Abroad France is packed with essential information and must-have details on setting up daily life, including obtaining visas, arranging finances, gaining employment, choosing schools, and finding health care.

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Writer Aurelia d'Andrea's earliest fantasies of living in France were born in Mademoiselle Onesto's freshman-year French class, and featured baguettes, berets, and Beaujolais.

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Journalist Aurelia d'Andrea knows what it takes to make the move to France-she's done it twice. With color and black and white photos, illustrations, and maps to help you find your bearings, "Moon Living Abroad in France" makes the transition process easy for businesspeople, adventurers, students, teachers, professionals, families, couples, and retirees looking to relocate.

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Journalist Aurelia d'Andrea knows what it takes to make the move to France—she's done it twice. In Moon Living Abroad in France, she uses her know-how to provide insight and firsthand advice on navigating the language and culture of this enchanting European country, outlining all the information you need to manage your move abroad in a smart, organized, and straightforward manner.Moon Living Abroad in France is packed with essential information and must-have details on setting up daily life, including obtaining visas, arranging finances, gaining employment, choosing schools, and finding health care. With color and black and white photos, illustrations, and maps to help you find your bearings, Moon Living Abroad in France makes the transition process easy for businesspeople, adventurers, students, teachers, professionals, families, couples, and retirees looking to relocate.
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Are you thinking of moving to France? This book will boost your confidence. You may find yourself whipping out a tablet to start making your travel plans, if not actually checking ticket prices online before you reach the end of chapter two. Everything you need to know and do is addressed in this book, from practical information about passports, visas, and dossiers, to cultural idiosyncrasies like the French keeping their home-life so private that you may never be invited there; not because you're not good enough, but because, well, it's a cultural thing and it's explained in this book.
If you think you'd be more comfortable knowing a little bit about French history before arriving in France, it is included in this book, beginning with the discovery of the 20,000 year old cave paintings of Lascaux, to the events surrounding the French Revolution, and on to the first and second World Wars. It ends with modern history and the current political scene. You'll learn a little bit about Napoleon, a little bit about Charles de Gaulle, and enough about Sarkozy to engage in a light political discussion over a glass of wine.
Whether your preference is the hustle and bustle of the city, or the peace and beauty of the great outdoors, the practical information contained here will guide you toward your destination. There is helpful information about finding an apartment, finding a house; or, if you're just traveling through, finding a room for the night. If you stay for any length of time, you'll read about finding the library and checking out a book, and finding the right school for your child as well as language classes for yourself.
I'm not thinking of traveling to France any time soon, but as I continue to read this book, which was a gift, I have to ask myself, why not?
Bys
I often sit in my armchair dreaming about how it would be to just up and go move to France. Now I know thanks to this definitive guide to making dreams a reality. It covers everything from the bureaucratic red tape, a necessary evil, to things to expect in everyday life, food, housing, la belle vie. With its friendly tone and easy but concise manner I can only imagine that many people who have made this move have been helped immensely by having such a guide. Maybe one day I will get up and go, but for now this will do quite well.
Hystana
I just moved from New York to Paris, and this book has been extremely helpful. It has a cheerful tone, and does not bog you down with too many cautionary tales about bureaucratic nightmares (which seems to be the case with many guides, and can be off-putting), but provides helpful suggestions on how to avoid some typical problems. Much of the information is pretty up to date from 2011, and it generally de-mystifies some of the complexities and formalities of immigration (without going into too much detail, since rules change), banking, transport, day to day practical matters. There is a lot of description of varous parts of France, which merely duplicates what you can find in other general tourist guides, but overall, the book is very practical, and includes useful first hand personal experience.
Perilanim
This is a very entertaining read, regardless of your Franco plans. I wish I had read this before my first trip to France; it would have made the transition a lot easier. Although titled Living Abroad in France, this book will be very helpful to anyone planning a trip of any length. It's very informative with a nice blend of historical, cultural, and practical information. Besides that, the author injects a fair amount of humor into her writing, making it an easy and particularly enjoyable read.
Worla
Very informative book. There is a lot of info that I really didn't need, but the book is helpful anyway.
Gholbimand
Very comprehensive and detailed guide to living in France.
Ckelond
Best of all the Living Abroad guide books. Full of very useful information.
Very dated material.