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I am very sad about today’s news in Paris. This is why I always suggest my clients to register with the State Department when traveling outside of the United States.

Given today’s very sad news about the lives lost in Paris and those American travelers stuck for the moment in the city, I urge you to register your trip with the State Department’s Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP).

http://step.state.gov/step/

PURPOSE: To notify U.S. citizens/nationals in the event of a disaster, emergency or other crisis, and for evacuation coordination, the information solicited on this form may be made available as a routine use to appropriate agencies whether federal, state, local, or foreign, to assist the Department in the evacuation or provision of emergency service to U.S. citizens, or for law enforcement purposes. The information is also made available to private U.S. citizens, known as wardens, designated by U.S. Embassies to assist in communicating with the U.S. Citizen community in an emergency.

Paris and Brussels

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Combine these two great cities in this air inclusive value added package for only

$1,695* per person

 Package includes:

Economy Class round-trip air from most US gateways

3 nights in Paris at the Hotel La Demeure

2 nights in Brussels at the Hotel NH Stephanie

Rail ticket between Paris and Brussels 

Daily breakfast at hotel

Hotel taxes

*Offer valid for travel through Deccember 31, 2009.  Blackout dates may apply.  Price is per person, based on double occupancy and subject to availability at time of booking. Taxes, fees, and fuel surcharges of approximately $125 per person are additional.