THIS JUST IN! I’m thrilled and very honored to announce that The Paris Vacation Apartment Guide won the prestigious Benjamin Franklin Digital Silver Medal Award! Please Read More Here!
This handy travel ebook is the first of its kind, with hyperlinked maps of the city, the best streets to rent on in each area, photos of stylish apartments, and a highly selective group of Paris vacation apartment rental agency websites just one click away! Download to your kindle or smart phone and you will have Paris in the palm of your hand!
Unlike reserving a hotel room, finding an apartment requires due diligence and more decision-making than checking in at a hotel front desk. But the rewards of settling into a home away from home are many: waking up in a sun-drenched apartment; breakfasting with freshly baked croissants from the corner boulangerie; shopping at the local marché; cooking in your own kitchen; this is the Paris Robyn Webb hopes you will discover!
Who (Qui) Would Love This Book
Part Un: Answers the why, who, where, and when of apartment hunting in Paris, along with cautionary tales, warnings and the what ifs of apartment rentals: what if I lose my keys, what if the dishwasher breaks, what if no one speaks English…this chapter gives you the skill set to maneuver around potential pitfalls and problems and prioritizes steps to take to eliminate unwanted elements of surprise.
Part Deux: Where should I rent? This chapter captures the vital essence of each of the 20 arrondissements (neighborhoods) including her favorite streets to rent on, local markets, and food shops best suited to the reader’s individual travel personality. A must read!
Part Trois: After months of research, Robyn narrows the search for reliable rental agencies to her top choices based on her very strict criteria for a hassle-free and memorable holiday.
Part Quatre: covers “Un peu de ceci, un peu de cette,” or a little of this, a little of that; tidbits to make your stay in the City of Lights très magnifique!
Why (Pourquoi) The Passion Behind The Book
About Robyn Webb
Robyn grew-up in the hotel business, literally; both her parents worked for the legendary Concord hotel in NY’s Catskill Mountains and her family lived on-site. Fine food, celebrities and bell stand were all part of her daily life.
Her father was once a comedian and actor, appearing on top American daytime talk shows like Merv Griffin and Mike Douglas, among others. His friends often came to visit, including comedian Rodney Dangerfield, who lived with them for some time, and Tony Award winning dancer and actor Gregory Hines who performed at Robyn’s first birthday party.
A seasoned and captivating speaker and consultant, Robyn Webb has clients as diverse as the World Bank, The American Bankers Association, Acacia Life Insurance, Sysco Food Company, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, Sprint International, Navy Federal Credit Union, Whole Foods, American Trucking Association, Farm Credit Association and more.
Robyn Webb, a graduate of Syracuse University (BS Nutrition) and Florida State University (MS Nutrition), has been profiled by USA Today, Washington Post, CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, Washingtonian magazine, Washington Business Journal, Associated Press, ESPN, The Food Network, Discovery Channel, Lifetime, among other major media outlets.
Combining her love of food with her love of travel, this globetrotter has been to almost every continent (Antarctica is on her to-do list), nearly 70 countries and every state in the union. Robyn’s favorite place on earth: Paris, of course, which she hopes you will discover in The Paris Vacation Apartments Guide: Where to Stay Without Getting Overwhelmed, Ripped-Off or Scammed.
Until her next journey, Robyn can be found with her husband, Allan, at their homes in Alexandria, VA and Miami, FL.
The Paris Vacation Guide Book Launch Party at Alliance Française de Washington DC