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Oct 8th 2011 9:48PM As an English major/traveler, I love this list. Next time I'm in Paris, I'm definitely going to make sure I leave a few hours for Shakespeare and Co. bookstore. On Pink Pangea, foreign correspondent Claire says how it's the place she goes to feel at home :) http://pinkpangea.com/2010/10/attempts-at-a-parisian-life-in-paris/
Thanks for the great list!
Jan 9th 2011 8:11AM This sounds delightful and different. I like these non-typical spa experiences. Have you tried to hamam in Paris: http://ow.ly/3AHw1 ?
Dec 9th 2010 11:31PM It's so wonderful to see women traveling the world! And even more wonderful to see women helping others travel the world :)
For more adventurous women, check out Pink Pangea (http://www.pinkpangea.com), the community for women travelers.
Aug 16th 2010 7:40PM Whether you applaud other solo women travelers or not, I applaud you and other women traveling alone. What Eat Pray Love didn't talk about are the obstacles that exist for women travelers along the way. Women have much different concerns than men in their travels--from safety concerns, to issues of gender roles, there's a lot to take into consideration.
There are few travel resources that speak to women travelers' needs--helping them understand what they need to travel to each country.
Pink Pangea (http://www.PinkPangea.com), the first online community for women travelers, seeks to rectify this by providing travel information specifically for women travelers. I invite you to check it out!