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Musée national du Moyen Âge Current temporary exhibition until March 5, 2012: Gaston Fébus (1331-1391), featuring an impressive display of illuminated manuscripts and objects related to this 14th...

Intro:   It was a transformation that was praised. Designed and built as a railroad station for the world’s fair in 1900, this attractive...

Tipping in Hotels Service is included, by law, in all French restaurants bills. Unlike in the United States, however, where waiters live mostly off tips...

Wednesday, the 23rd of February it snowed in Paris and it stuck!  This is wonderful!  If you live in Minnesota or North Dakota and...

Convenient yearly multiples serve commemorations well.  On January 25th, the city of Paris began its tribute to the 60th anniversary of the liberation of...

Paris is perfect for lingering long in cafes when not strolling its streets. Thankfully, it is simple to adjust one’s Paris plans when weather,...

The liqueur called "pastis" is the direct descendent of the infamous absinthe, the favorite drink of  fin de siècle Paris. Cafés were so...

Traveling the highways, byways and rails of France during the past 22 years, I've come to the conclusion that all is never sans effort....