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I revisited Giverny via the usual train from Paris’ Gare St Lazare to Vernon, and discovered that Claude Monet and the town of Giverny are...

Today half a million garden lovers visit Monet's house and gardens between April and November, the setting looks familiar, of course, you've seen it...

Claude Monet’s “Maison du Pressoir” (apple press house) in the little village of Giverny has been a tourist destination for Americans for years. The...

Made famous by Claude Monet’s impressionist paintings, Giverny is a village 50 miles North West from Paris in a small town in...

SEPTEMBER EVENT HIGHLIGHTS Bestselling author Elaine Sciolino at the American Library in Paris 7   Evening with an Author: Elaine  Sciolino, author of La Seduction: How the...

Of course in your life you've seen a lot of memorable art exhibits. If you're living in or visiting culture-conscious France you almost surely have...

La crêperie des Canettes, Paris 6th. Photo by patrianova. It’s easy to get blasé about crêpes in Paris. If you’re anything like me, after a brief but...

I enjoy being a lone traveler occasionally, even though my husband Phil is an almost perfect travel companion. He has an unerring sense of...