The Grown-up's Guide to Living in France

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Ten Speed Press, 2000 - History - 211 pages
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Do you pine for Paris or yearn for a year in Provence? Sometimes a vacation just isn't enough, but is a short-term move or permanent relocation really feasible? Rosanne Knorr, an American writer living in France, answers an emphatic yes. Whatever your dream, THE GROWN-UP'S GUIDE TO LIVING IN FRANCE will help you take care of those pesky details and fulfill those Francophilic fantasies. In this follow-up to her GROWN-UP'S GUIDE TO RUNNING AWAY FROM HOME, Rosanne offers would-be expatriates invaluable tips for learning the language, managing the move, and arranging for accommodations, visas, banking, insurance, healthcare, and more.

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Knorr (The Grown-Up's Guide to Running Away from Home) moved to France after her children were grown and her husband retired. In this guide, she imparts advice and information on almost all aspects of ... Read full review

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This book was very helpful when we were living in France. Read full review

About the author (2000)

ROSANNE KNORR is a seasoned traveler, expatriate, and author of numerous books, including the GROWN-UP'S GUIDE series and Gone with the Wine. Rosanne has been profiled in People Magazine and has appeared on national media including National Public Radio's Marketplace Money, CNN Travel, CNNfn, NBC Nightly News and ABC Radio Network. Interviews and articles about her work have appeared in Time Magazine, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, Bon Appetit, American Express Horizons, and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She lives in Sarasota, Florida.

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