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Sunset panorama from top of Notre Dame

I have had a love affair with Paris for a number of years, and when I visit, I like to experience the city as...

The country village of Auvers-sur-Oise on the river Oise is barely 30 kilometers from Paris, an easy day trip by train to see a town that still today...

Monet's gardens at Giverny in spring. Photo by Cchristine. Begin your visit to Giverny by booking your rail in advance from Paris to Vernon. In...

Did you ever read a book so remarkable that you can recall the moment it first grabbed you? Upon learning that the updated Volume 1...

Over ten years ago, when I first walked past Toraya, the oldest Japanese pâtisserie in Paris, I remember thinking that the term “Japanese pastry”...

One morning last month I decided to find a new restaurant for lunch. I was in Paris for only five days and usually like...

The Comfort of Familiarity - The Challenge of Discovering Paris Again and Again I'm in love with Paris, and that love is unconditional, as all...

I've been thinking for a week or so now about the news that Starbucks has opened in Paris. Like many of us, I have...

My traveling companion wanted to visit my old friend Monet in Giverny. (Claude and I had met a couple of years ago. Really. I'll...

I never imagined I would spend two hours wandering in fascination and admiration among a display of kimonos and related materials and artworks –...

I’m belted into the claustrophobic hell of an airplane seat, flying United from Chicago to San Francisco, and I’m writing about train travel. Masochism...