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comment Which town/city is worth a day visit north/north-east of Paris?
Rouen is nice. We stopped there for crepes while driving from Paris to Caen. (Caen is a bit out of the way for you but also a nice town.)
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comment When traveling outside scandinavia while being intolerant to lactose, how can I still enjoy a latte?
From what I know only scandinavians that have the problem buy the products. But I have no data to back it up. Lactose free products are found in its own place and covers the basics but not more. So say maybe one tenth of a stores dairy products are lactose free. I think the answer can be found in that our culture is used to drink lots of milk and we still want to do it when we suffer from lactose intolerance.