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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....

There are about 70 farmers markets scattered throughout Paris, each with its own charms or, in some cases, amusing sideshows that range from wandering...

We break our glasses and sometimes we lose them; sometimes other people even steal them. When you’re away from home on business or...

  Parisphiles and first-time visitors understandably find it impossibly difficult to leave Paris, which is why it often takes a couple of return visits for...

Many tourists visit Normandy for its 20th-century war memorials, but the region was the site of landmark military campaigns centuries before the Allied invasion of...

  Mikki says: It seems hard to imagine what a beloved goddess Brigitte Bardot was to the French. This Marseille fisherman looks like he loves her...

Pyramide nuit When President François Mitterand hired architect I.M. Pei and colleagues to modernize le Musée du Louvre, could he possibly have imagined the finished...

Le Petit Commerce. Photo by csaba_bajko. If “wine” is what you think of when you hear “Bordeaux,” it’s for good reason. The city reflects the...

Grand from the start Only a true fan of movies could produce such a fantastic movie theater. In the early 20th century Jacques Haïk was...

Paris Nightlife Goes Literary Picture your typical book club: a few sedate women sitting in circle, discussing a novel with perhaps tea brewing nearby. Now dim...

What a difference a few blocks makes when staying in Paris. You can easily access all the must-see museums and monuments from anywhere. If...

The last twenty years or so of the nineteenth century gave birth—or at least their mothers did—to the great inventors of modernism, still so...