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Paris, France Tips


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Next week will be my first time to visit France! I am going to be the Keynote speaker for the LeWeb Conference. There are over 1800 people registered for this particular conference, and the speaker lineup is astounding. I am honored to have been asked to speak at LeWeb – but I’m nervous, as well!

As I said, I’ve never been to France. I also don’t really speak a single word of French! I feel overwhelmed at the thought of trying to get around. I feel lost already, trying to figure out where I should go, what I should see, and what I need to do!

What suggestions do you have? I’ve already gotten several good ideas. Keep them coming!

If you’ve never been to Paris, what would you want to do if you were to get to go?!

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Hawaii To Do List

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Ponzi and I just returned from our cruise to Hawaii. We were fortunate to stream live from the ship, thanks to a mobile broadband connection. We wanted to share with you the things we want to make sure you remember to see or do if you ever visit Hawaii.

  • If you visit Maui, make sure you make time to eat at Mama’s Fish House. This is an amazing restraunt. I love raw fish, and theirs was excellent.
  • If you have a chance, take a helicoptor tour. It was unbelievably gorgeous, and an experience we’ll never forget.
  • We haven’t gotten to do this, but it was recommended to us… go to a Luau. My friend says the one at the Polynesian Cultural Center is fun, exciting and educational.
  • Whale watching and snorkeling with the turtles are both truly humbling, and a lot of fun. Try to do anything you can with sea life, even if it’s just watching them, like with the whales.
  • Try a “Discover Scuba” class. You pay a one-time fee, and you don’t have to buy the equipment. They teach you the basics, and you’ll get to go as deep as 40 feet with an instructor.

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