252 Sq. Ft. Gypsy Caravan Cabin is a MUST CLICK
Bonjour! Who wants to go to France? Raise your left foot! *raises mine* who doesn’t?! My friends and I who have the same impeccable taste when it comes to places, promise each other to work right after we graduate and save for our trip to France. France is one of those more romantic places one dreams of going to visit. The country is rich with history, art and a blend of old and new. When you see the pictures of all the beautiful places and sights you can possibly visit, the countryside in France has tremendous appeal. As does Paris. What can you say about it? For me, it is romantic! How lovely would it be to go there for a vacation with your significant other or possibly the honeymoon! Spending a month in this beautiful country of France with love and experience their culture would be a wonderful and unforgettable life experience! If you have been planning to go there and you have a bit of 'gypsy in you' then Mesdames et messieurs, an ideal place for you and your sweetheart may be the Gypsy Caravan Cabin.
This Gypsy Caravan Cabin in Azay-sur-cher, France (just 3 hours south of Paris) can be rented and is perfect for two people who want to rest after a day of exploring the magnificence of France’s places and culture. It has everything you need the moment you wake up to make your stay comfortable. It may be tiny but it has a nice open living and kitchen area, a bedroom and even a bathroom with shower toilet and sink. And look at what’s outside the cabin. Beautiful flowers that in season offer a variety in colors and fragrances. Plus, there is a large deck outside, situated where you can enjoy the view, listen to the birds singing breath in the French air. Another perfect place to relax, isn't it? I’m sure you are adding this to your list now. Wherever you are staying, don’t forget to enjoy and remember why you are there. Make yourself feel like you're at home in your gypsy caravan cabin! Check it out on the Tiny House Talk link below.
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