Provence Vacation Travel Video Guide

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  1. By the way , about " ADDS " … they help pay for most of these Travel Films ( like most
    TV PROGRAMS ) that is " EXPOZA " , but you are right , I don`t like them either BUT WHO DO ! ,,,,,,,,Enjoy , ,,,,,,,,,, Jxxy Hxxy !

  2. Hello, Expoza Travel 🙂
    First, I want to thank you for the wonderful videos that show the beauty of different locations worldwide. Furthermore, I am Bulgarian and thank you for a very well made and correct video guide for Bulgaria. It's wonderful!
    I travel also whenever I have the opportunity and I traveled all over Europe till now, but nevertheless  I watched with pleasure your movies for the countries and the places I've already been. And I have to say that they are truly relevant and with quality. The best!
    I guess that you continue your the good work and I hope, soon, to see the films for some of the most remarkable and beautiful castles in Germany, Britain, France, Czech Republic and so. I'm sure you know that Europe is a whole rich in such sites. And why not and series for some of the magnificent monasteries, palaces and residences, as in Würzburg /Bavaria/, Melk /Austria/, Caserta /Italy/, Dolma Bahche /Istanbul/, Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, and Shah Cheragh in Shiraz /Iran/? (it's for example), and so on… The world is a great and magnificent!
    So, I congratulate you for the good work and I wish you much success in the future. I remain your sincere admirer. Thank you!  🙂

  3. I do have one request.  Could you please record a series of videos about the many monasteries and churches through Europe?  Also, it would be so nice if you had sound clips featuring all the unique bell towers.  I miss that so much, because I used to live in France.  I went there on July 4th, 1974 and returned to the U.S. on July 4th, 1976.  Nope, that was no accident!  I loved hearing the bells tolling each hour where I lived in Ville D'Avret.  It's a liittle village about 30 kilometers north of Paris.  I loved being able to travel anywhere throughout the country by train, and we here in the U.S. should take a valuable lesson from the Europeans, because we are so greedy, and we take far too much liberty with our automobiles.  Being unable to get around by myself wherever I am here in Atlanta, Georgia is very isolating, because our rapid transit system is very limited, not to mention, our auto traffic is making our air very hard to breathe.  Our idea of expansion is to tare down more trees, build more roads and pollute our air, and it's shameful!  If we want to ring our churchbells, we're told we can't, because that would be "noise pollution.!  So loud motorcycles, noisy sounds coming out of our automobiles, not to mention the language some people use, isn't noise pollution?

  4. First of all, Expoza Travel, I want to thank you for posting these fantastic videos.  I'm blind and have been all my life, and I love to listen to or read various books and articles about all sorts of places here on this planet.  I also especially love to listen to travel documentaries, and these are some of the best I've heard!  The music isn't overwhelming, and I love that your producers take the time to include the sounds of these countries and cities.  Keep up the great work!  Since I don't get to travel because of limited financial sources and a medical condition, these videos give me a little escape.  I surely do miss traveling, though, so I guess virtual travel will have to do for now.  Thanks.

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