There is something about long-distance trails that implies introspection, contemplation, meditation, and most of all, the completion of a journey.
It becomes even more pilgrimage oriented when a mother and a daughter, separated by an ocean, make the commitment for eight consecutive years to walk together toward their ultimate destination-the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.
Meandering throughout one thousand miles of French and Spanish trails, their journey explores the culture and history of this ancient pilgrimage route.

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NEW: ONLINE TEACHING

Out of the Green Bay, WI area? Don’t have time to commute to lessons? Homebound? Learn French from the comfort of your home or office with French native Stephanie Lemerond. You will learn the Parisian accent, along with proper phrases and the right intonation.
Using Skype, you can connect weekly or more to improve your conversational French as well as your language skills.

 

About France Savant

France Savant offers expertise in Tutoring, Translation Services, Interpreting or Trip Planning support and Private Customized Tours to France. Improve your travel experience with tips from a native, born and raised in Paris.

Beyond the services that we provide, France Savant is also an educational place where you can learn more about France. Make this site your number one stop to learn about France, French people and French culture.

Don’t forget to check our Facebook page for daily news from France, Twitter for your word of the day and Pinterest for beautiful scenery from France.

France Savant’s Mission

Stephanie Lemerond, founder of France Savant, is committed to bring the best of France to you, whatever your interests are: Learning the language with the real Parisian Accent or Traveling to France with the tips of a native.

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  1. Dear MMS:

    I am starting to save to walk the Camino among other life adventures. I want to learn French just so I may extend my stay comfortably, but which regional French dialect would be the most beneficial and would it be better to learn Portuguese or Spanish. I’d like to walk the coast.

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