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“All for one and one for all!” On the road to Pays d’Artagnan As you drive through the remote, southwestern French countryside, down narrow plane...

Cathèdrale Notre-Dame de Chartres. The Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres (Our Lady of Chartres Cathedral) is one of the largest cathedrals in France. It is a...

Tradtional repas de Noël. Photo: Reed à son Pellier To celebrate the holidays, let’s learn some French set in context in this small, simple and...

In Paris, where culture and style is a way of life, it’s only fitting that among its smorgasbord of museums, one can find galleries...

Angelina: Le chocolat chaud à l'ancienne l'Africain Paris is a haven for chocolate lovers. Considering the eye candy at every corner of this lovely city,...

If there's one thing the French hold dear, it's their marchés (markets). Once you have experienced the sights, sounds, smells and colors of the...

Wait a second–you’re not coming to Paris or renting short-term digs anywhere to have it feel like the home you left. If so, you...

Le Banke Hotel, Paris 9th Hôtel Le Banke launched in 2009, a magnificent “Eiffel style” Belle Epoque building that formerly housed the CCF bank....

Photo credits: Box office by mineralogy, Johann Christian Neuber (goldsmith, 1736-1808) © Fr Cochennec and C. Rabourdin / Musée Cognac-Jay / Roger-Viollet Current Exhibition:  Boîtes en...

L'Hotel, Paris 6th The new exhibition at Musée d'Orsay is "Beauté, morale et volupté dans l'Angleterre d'Oscar Wilde.” Small wonder there are big lines waiting...

Something significant has changed about Macéo, and itʼs not just the exterior color, which recently morphed from regal, dignified blue to a blazing, sexy...

Valerie Benigno, Directrice d’Hébergement de Hotel Saint-Paul Rive Gauche, recalls receiving a large envelope postmarked from the UK. Inside was a huge porte clef to room 12....