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When you visit the most romantic city in the world that is Paris, France, you want to stay in style - hey, it's a stylish city. And if you're on a budget, hostelling is the way to do it, so my tip is to book with St Christopher's Paris Inn. St Christopher's Paris Inn launched in 2008, where a well known architect called Chaix et Morel was brought in to fuse a 19th centruy warehouse with the most modern of qualities to create one of the most progressive feeling backpackers in the city.
When you’re traveling, a quintessential detail is to ensure you're staying somewhere central; effortless to see the sites being ticked off that bucketlist you've dreampt of for so long. So when visiting Paris, you’d be wise to look at staying somewhere like St Christopher's Gare du Nord, Paris, which is located just 100-metres away from the famous Gare du Nord train station, and connects London to Paris, and Paris to lots of cities across Europe.
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Stuart Forster is a freelance travel journalist based in the north-east of England. His work is published by the likes of National Geographic Traveller, Sydney Morning Herald and Thomas Cook Travel Magazine. Stuart speaks fluent German and specialises in travel to German speaking countries as well as to Portugal and India, where he was based for several years. He appreciates wildlife and nature, good food and drink, design and photography and enjoys playing and watching sports while out on the road. His most intense travel experience was a face-to-face encounter with a mountain gorilla in Rwanda.
Laura Byers is a freelance travel journalist that lost her heart to the world of travel ten years ago during a round the world trip with her husband. She enjoys discovering new cultures, culinary exploration and new adventures.
Since the age of four, on the slopes of Banff and with Panda the teddy bear stuffed into her skiing jacket, Kerry-Ann has been at one with Mr Travel Bug. Following several stints around the world she settled in London to work as a journalist specialising in travel but also covering music, food, politics and current affairs. She is internationally published.
Some of her off the beaten track travel moments involve interviewing a hip hop band in Kibera, Kenya's largest slum; frog fishing with Cambodian farmers and a close shave with a croc in a dugout canoe in Nepal. She has reviewed some of the world's most elite hotel brands such as Oberoi, ITC and Claridges. Where will the world take her next?
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I have been a travel journalist and photographer since 2005 for the likes of Teletext, ABTA, World Travel Guide and iVillage. I am currently a trusted supplier of high-end images to Rex Features, while I also write features for The Weather Channel. I visit Italy more than any country outside England, however I travel all over the world in search of enchanting places and incredible people.
Andy Mossack has been writing about world travel for over 20 years. He is the founder and Managing Editor of www.tripreporter.co.uk and you can read him in national press, consumer and airline magazines and travel web sites. He is the Travel Guru on BBC radio’s Late Show and presents Where in the world is Andy most weeks, a fun quiz where listeners try to guess just where in the world he is! Andy has appeared on BBC 5 Live and BBC News 24 and is a featured writer in the book 1001 Escapes to Make Before You Die. Andy also regularly lectures on world travel destinations for the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and provides consultancy services for hotels and tourist boards.
Matt DeJong is a writer and producer with credits in both feature and documentary films. He also co-owns the video game/app franchise Zorbit's Math Adventure. As a travel writer, Matt's focus is often how to travel the world with children in tow.
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Justin Steinlauf is the sales and advertising dynamo at TNT magazine downunder, a savvy backpacking travel publication, in daily contact with sojournists and the tourist industry. It was un-avoidable that he fell into photography and travel writing along the way. When Justin is not surfing the northern beaches of Sydney, he is scouting out the best cup of coffee, wandering backstreets, or discovering hidden gems off the beaten path.
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