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  1. Most people assume that preparation is something that helps with stress and this is true. Those that have exams might study. Those that have a job interview might do some background research on the company and the job role. Relocating is a different story...
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  2. Moving to a new country is a huge step. The reality of what is actually set in motion, only really hits home when the bags are packed and transportation is booked; it all becomes extremely real!

    One thing that many people do not think about is how they are actually going to meet people when they arrive. Sure, you have 100s of friends now, but they are relationships that have most likely been forged over a decade or longer. Not being ready to make friends when it comes to moving to a new country, will make this an extremely lonely experience.
    Meeting Friends After Moving To Paris |LOPA REMOVALS
  3. With over 10,000,000 visitors a month, most people use this as a reference point. It is not only a great place to find a property to rent, but also a great place to compare prices of other rentals.
    http://lopa.co.uk/2013/01/21/comparing-rental-prices-on-rightmove-when-moving-to-london/
  4. London is considered to be extremely expensive, but there are plenty of attractions that can be visited for those on a low budget.
    http://lopa.co.uk/2013/01/19/moving-tolondon-top-4-attractions-to-see-on-a-low-budget/
  5. Using agents is usually the best, but most expensive option. Viewing is essential, so never commit to an apartment without viewing a range beforehand.
    http://lopa.co.uk/2013/01/17/moving-to-paris-the-joys-of-renting-an-apartment/
  6. In order to be confident that relocating from London to Paris is really the right decision, visiting the area is certainly worthwhile. How would you know where to move, the areas that appeal to you and where the real careers are, if you don’t visit there?
    http://lopa.co.uk/2013/01/11/move-from-london-to-paris-visiting-paris-on-a-budget-to-explore-the-possibility-of-relocating/
  7. Transport to London is readily available. Being such a popular destination for commerce, finance, education and more, means that there are regular flights from all over the world. The high volume of flights coming into the city, to airports such as Gatwick and Heathrow, means that flight costs are kept to a minimum. Avoiding the traffic in London |LOPA REMOVALS
  8. One thing that all people crossing the channel have in common, is that they all need to find a suitable place to stay.

    Let’s start by saying that London is not cheap; by any stretch of the imagination. This is not just a central city for commerce in the UK, but also in Europe and the rest of the world. Food, accommodation and even services that are offered locally, reflect this and are generally much higher than other areas of the UK and Europe. Finding and comparing property in London | LOPA REMOVALS
  9. Don’t try and ram a life into a 25 kg suitcase, it won’t work. Buying essential possessions in London is going to be expensive, so search for “delivery to London” or “livraison à londrès”

    http://lopa.co.uk/2013/01/01/student-survival-guide-from-paris-to-london/
  10. The lease is the rental agreement for the property, known as the état des lieux and droit de bail in France. Unfortunately, it has to be written in French to stand, so it is worth hiring a translator, to...
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  11. For people that have lived all their lives in London, Paris seems like a great French alternative. The cities are actually fairly similar in terms of the general feel.http://lopa.co.uk/2012/12/24/moving-to-france-from-london-paris-accommodation/
  12. The media seems to think that the worldwide economic downturn is over, but the aftermath is still in full swing.

    http://lopa.co.uk/2012/12/22/moving-to-paris-find-a-job-beforehand/
  13. There is a never ending list of reasons for moving to Paris. A lot of people find themselves here after a work transfer; others come here to study, but some to retire. Paris, in a way, is extremely similar to London, so making the transition from London to Paris, should be fairly straight forward, or so most people would imagine. Moving to Paris with Lopa Removals
  14. Student life is one like no other. Unlike mature students that tend to have families and jobs, younger students are able to focus on having fun, but also their studies at the same time. London to Paris with Lopa Removals
  15. So, the suitcases are bursting at the seams and shipping to Paris is already in full swing? Now it’s time to start thinking about the practicalities of living here.
    http://lopa.co.uk/2012/12/16/health-insurance-in-paris/