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All the Hidden Secrets
Most American Tourists
Will NEVER Discover
About Paris
Time Saving Secrets
Money Saving Secrets
Hassle Prevention Secrets and
Secrets that will keep you safe and secure
Karen Fawcett in Paris
Wednesday, 10:40 am
But I’ve saved the best for you ...

Imagine, for just a moment, traveling to a foreign country where you meet a trusted friend who has lived there for 18 years.
She speaks the native language fluently and frequents the best restaurants and shops... especially the out of the way places most people will never know about.

She takes you by the hand and personally introduces you to a world few tourists will ever experience ... a true “Insider's Club” pass to the real charm and culture of Paris and select regions of France.

That’s me, Karen Fawcett. I’m a big city girl, having lived in Boston and Washington D.C., but Paris has been my home for the past 18 years. Fell in love with the place the moment I arrived.

I can’t imagine coming to Paris for business or pleasure and being hamstrung by a lack of knowledge ... not knowing where to stay, where to go, and what to do.

Sure, you could invest in a whole stack of tour guides, but you’d still miss out on most of what Paris has to offer you. The real Paris.

You see, like any city of renown, Paris is divided into two geographical areas ... where the locals come and go and where the tourists come and go.

If you listen to the commercial propaganda, like I said, you’ll miss out on most of what Paris has to offer.

And I don’t want you to be one of those kinds of tourists.
So each week I publish a newsletter exclusively for my Paris Insider’s Club members. It’s crammed full of my latest finds ... the little jewels only us locals know about ... the ones tourists are rarely privy to ... unless they know an “insider.”

Here’s a taste of what my Paris Insider’s Club members have recently discovered (that you’re still missing out on)...
Favorite Restaurants of the French Chefs

Ever wonder where a five star chef goes for fine dining or just to hang out with friends? Then read this article I wrote while tagging along with Master Chef Christopher Cussac. Full of surprises.

Wine-Tasting in Paris: Cracking the French Wine Code

Let me introduce you to Olivier – a friendly, English-speaking wine connoisseur. No doubt the French love their wines and after reading Olivier’s tips, you too will know why a wine has “legs” and which are the most attractive. (Pardon my pun. Couldn’t resist.) In fact, I swear to you, the next glass of wine you have will taste that much better after reading Olivier’s advice.

Romance ... French Style

This shop is exclusively for the ladies (or the man eager to lavish his woman with the finest accessories) and oh so French! I won’t tell you thing more. Don’t want to spoil the surprises.

Hotels Fit for a King and Queen ...

... and priced to be downright affordable! If you want to avoid the snooty doorman and the institutional furniture, then this article is a must-read. If you like a crackling fireplace, 18th century decor and the aura of a well-appointed private home, I’ve got just the place for you.
Or how about a quiet little place tucked away on a side street off the Avenue Foch, near the Bois de Boulogne. Only 25 rooms and the owner personally takes great care to ensure your every comfort during your stay. Totally charming and great deal for your buck.

A Geek Chic Tour of Paris

In Paris, tours are a dime a dozen. Each one offers its own twist on history, culture or theme, but when the rubber meets the road, they’re all pretty much the same. Ho-hum.
So get off the bus and take a tour with me that’s so unique and so much fun, it’ll be one of those unforgettable experiences you’ll be telling your friends about for years to come.

And Now for Something Completely Different

If hobbling back to your hotel room after an exhausting day of sightseeing is not your idea of a vacation, then I’ve got the perfect solution for you. We’ll take a leisurely 6-day tour of the French countryside ... and bring the hotel with us!
It’s cozy. It’s intimate. And few tourists even know about it.

Can You Say Deux Cheveux?

If you’re eager to sprint about Paris like the natives do, there’s no better way to do it than in one of these.

Loads of laughs and a lot of fun.

A Guide to Paris Guidebooks

Your local bookstore shelves are stacked with guidebooks. If you don’t have hours to study them and pick the best ones for yourself, let a freelance writer who tours France each year take all the guesswork out of choosing.

How to Rent an Apartment in Paris ...

... and (pardon my “French”) not get screwed. It happens. What can I say. But apartment living in Paris will open your eyes to a whole new world. If you don’t want to feel like one of those tolerated American tourists, I’ll show you the ropes to getting your apartment rental – no hassles ... no headaches.
The One Restaurant You Don’t Want to Miss

Perhaps one of the most charming (and funny) Frenchmen I’ve met in all of Paris is André Robert. He and his partner, Gerard Allemandou, own a classical French restaurant where you’ll be whipped up the fanciest potato pureé in town, along with a tasty lamb with crisped, tempurad onions swirling up artfully to the sky, and foie gras presented on toast points with little cubes of duck broth jelly.


How to Dress French

You can spot them from a mile away. I mean ... the ones who are not French. The tourists from Europe and Asia. And the folks from back home? They can stick out like a sore thumb. When in Paris, dress as the Parisienne’s do. I’ll show you how before you leave home.

Shopping 101

Years ago I learned the Traveler’s Axiom: buy it when you find it, because chances are you’ll never see it again. Let me share some “in the trenches” experiences with you ... how to shop, where to shop and how to get your newly purchased treasures home safely.

The French Culinary Arts

Meet a bona fide expert in French culinary tradition who will teach you, step-by-step, how to prepare some of the most delectable and decorative meals you’ll ever prepare. Sure to make your next dinner party wildly successful.

Brive on a Budget

Gastronomy and low budget vacations don’t usually go hand in hand, but there’s a little gem of a place about four hours from Paris that’s worthy of any weekend getaway. You’ll be kicking yourself is you miss this one.

Get Real News

I’m totally shocked and amazed how the “free press” limits your knowledge of world events. If you want to know what’s really going on in Paris, I’ll give you the whole story. Unadulterated. Unpoliticized.

Up, Up and Away

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s ... a hot-air balloon. Wishing to see the French countryside from a different perspective, I jumped at the chance to head up in a hot-air balloon. You can to. Come with me!

See the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower ...

... from your bed! If that’s what you dream of I’ll clue you in on the hotel that offers you this magnificent view. Then I’ll tell you all about it’s charming ambience. You’re gonna love it!

The Savvy Shopper's Secret

Shop the 15th. The 15th? Oui, oui! Avoid the tourists and the running around. If your time is limited and you want to bring home the booty, I’ll show you where the locals shop. But you’ve got to keep it a secret. Okay?

This is just a short list of the articles I’ve written for my Paris Insider’s Club newsletter over the years. In fact there are now 4926 articles archived on the Bonjour Paris website, all fully searchable once you log in to the Paris Insider’s Club. And remember, I write new, exclusive articles each week for my club members.

And here’s the best part ...
So Affordable It’s Almost Free

Think about this ... if you purchased just a handful of tour guides at your local bookstore you could walk out with close to a one hundred dollar charge on your credit card ... maybe more.

Take a look ...

The Food Lover's Guide to the Gourmet Secrets of Paris - $45.00

Michelin Green Guide Northern France & Paris Region - $21.95 

The Paris Shopping Companion - $14.95

Paris by Bistro: A Guide to Eating Well - $17.95

Knopf Guide Paris - $27.50

Avant-Guide Paris - $20.00

Stylecity Paris - $24.95

And the truth be known, a lot of the information in these guides will be stale in no time at all. Then you’d have to buy the updated version.

Here’s a smarter idea ...

Get today’s news, information and secrets ... full access to the next 52 issues of my Paris Insider’s Club newsletter ... plus complete access to all of my past newsletter articles ... all crammed full of timely information ...

For a one-time annual fee of just $34.95, you can have it all.

That’s a mere 67 cents a week ... spare change ... for hot tips and closely guarded secrets you won’t find anywhere else.

Aside from the huge cost savings, you’ll have the advantage of being able to search the archived newsletters for just the information you’re looking for. Can you imagine how long it would take you to thumb through all those books in search of one bit of information?

I’m not done yet ...
Over $600 in Bonuses
For Insiders Only

That’s right. Sign up now as a Paris Insider’s Club member and you’ll receive bonus discounts worth over $600. Ask anyone if they’d invest $34.95 for an instant return of over $600 and they’d think you’re certifiable. But here it is ...

Guest Savings
  • 4-Star Luxury Left Bank Hotel Crillon - Save $96 or more
  • 4-Star Left Bank Hotel Villa d'Estrees in St-Germain-des-Prés - Save $50 or more plus get the VIP treatment, including a first day Museum Pass
  • 4-Star Left Bank Hotel D’abusson in St-Germain-des-Prés - Save $38 or more
  • Three or more nights at the 3-Star Left Bank Hotel du Danube in St-Germain-des-Prés - Save $30 or more
  • Three or more nights at the 3-Star Hotel Danube - Save $30 or more
  • 3-Star Right Bank Hotel Britannique in Paris Center - Save $30 or more
  • A trip for two on a Luxury Barge traveling the Burgundy - Save a whopping $220
Shopper Savings
  • Day of Decadence Shopping Tour - Save $50 or more
  • For chocolate lovers only - Order $100 of this country’s finest and Save $20
Traveler Savings
  • Rent the cutest, sexiest, funniest car ever built (loaded with French charm) - Save $5 or more
  • Combo car rental and hotel booking - Save $30 or more
  • Get medical insurance for your trip - Save $30 or more
  • Take a French wine tour - Save $40 or more
Listen ... even if you take advantage of just one or two of these great offers, you’re way ahead of the game. You’ve saved enough to pay for your annual membership to my Paris Insider’s Club. Honestly, what savvy traveler could refuse an offer as rewarding as this?

One more thing ...
My “From the Heart” Risk-Free Guarantee

Here’s the deal ...

First ... go get your credit card so you can receive full access to the next 52 issues of my Paris Insider’s Club newsletter for only $34.95 a year.

Next ... when you come to Paris, take full advantage of all the secrets I’ve revealed to you. Use your bonuses to receive all the cash discounts you’re entitled to.

Then ... as you’re sitting on the runway, ready to fly back home, if you can honestly say to yourself you didn’t receive the value you thought you’d receive as a Paris Insider’s Club member, I’ll refund your entire $34.95 ... on the spot.

Just send me an email that says “cancel membership.” That’s all. I won’t even ask you to explain your reasons. I know that can be embarrassing to some people.

I’ll refund your $34.95 even if you used every single bonus. I’ll refund your $34.95 even if you ask for it on day 364.

Why am I making this “crazy guarantee?” Simple. It’s the only way I can prove to you before you give me your credit card information, that you’re not risking a penny. I’ll take all the risk. Fair enough?


Karen I’m afraid I’ll miss out on all the good stuff if I don’t start reading your Paris Insider’s Club newsletter right now. I want to know all the secrets ... the one’s I won’t find in those commercial tour books and guides.

Send me the next 52 weekly issues of your newsletter and give me complete access to your nearly 5,000-article archive.

I understand that if I’m not 100% satisfied with my purchase I can request an immediate and hassle-free refund of my $34.95.