Kelby Carr Kelby Hartson Carr is a former resident of Nice with over 20 years of experience as a travel journalist who has written multiple articles and travel guides for France and vacationing as a family.Carr's travel journalism has appeared in multiple publications including AARP Magazine, The Heartland USA, and Type-A Parent, a family travel social media company she founded in 2007 and closed in 2017. Experience Kelby Hartson Carr is a former writer for TripSavvy who wrote travel guides, restaurant lists, and hotel recommendations for visiting France for nearly seven years.Carr is a seasoned travel writer and former resident of Nice who has worked as a writer for nearly 20 years and traveled extensively throughout France. In her travels, she has seen many facets of the country, roaming through bustling cities like Paris and Strasbourg, smaller cities like Chartres and Carcassonne, over the Pyrenees mountains in the Languedoc region, around Provence, and through the Alsace.In addition to writing about France, Carr has also written several articles and guides for family travel and founded the Type-A Parent website, which hosts articles and advice from a variety of authors who have children on topics ranging from budget vacations to the best places to raise a family. She is currently the CEO of Gonzo CEO, a business coaching firm in Asheville, North Carolina. Education Awards and Publications"The Bad, Ugly and Smelly Side of France""France Travel Guide: How to Plan a Trip to France" About TripSavvy and Dotdash Meredith TripSavvy, a Dotdash Meredith brand, is a travel site written by real experts, not anonymous reviewers. You’ll find that our 20-year-strong library of more than 30,000 articles will make you a savvy traveler—showing you how to book a hotel the whole family will love, where to find the best bagel in New York City, and how to skip the lines at theme parks. We give you the confidence to spend your vacation actually vacationing, not fumbling with a guidebook or second-guessing yourself. Learn more about us and our editorial guidelines.