Over the years, I discovered the pleasure of personally and directly sharing my knowledge and my contacts with visitors. Designing insightful tours and experiences for first-time or return visitors to Paris or to France and creating unique events and encounters for small groups has become the perfect complement to my travel writing activities.
Just as my clients are selective about whom they choose to hire as an advisor or guide, I’m also selective in preferring to work with curious clients with an appreciation for the richness of life and of the travel experience. Through this mutual selection, I’ve had the opportunity to guide and advise a U.S. Senator, a best-selling novelist, the director of a restaurant chain, men and women with success on Wall Street or on Main Street, an art journalist, a sculptor, numerous Texans and Georgians, doctors from Pennsylvania and lawyers from New Jersey (and vice versa), foodies from California, bon-vivants from Maryland and Kansas, engineers from West Virginia, teachers from New York, Massachusetts and Ohio (and sometimes their students), octogenarian lovebirds from Florida, grandparents with grandchildren, families of all shape and form, honeymooners and anniversary celebrators, war veterans, wine-lovers galore, and many other curious travelers.
This selective clientele comes from throughout the United States, and well beyond. I’ve worked with travelers and travel professionals from Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Israel, Holland, Sweden, South Africa and Australia.
Much of my highly personalized touring, tastings, workshops and activities related to organization, itineraries and consulting are conducted under the France Revisited® brand.