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  If you have to explain to a US customs inspector what St. Bart’s is, you might cause some confusion. You see, St. Bart’s...

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...

After another week of thinking about Berlin, it’s more than clear there was no way we could do the city justice with...

Welcome to Berlin. It’s so close to Paris, but so very different. It’s going to take a long time to digest what we...

Paris is not perfect. Well, no place is, but Paris is really good. I couldn’t wait for the plane to land. As I came...

When I have serious French-American cultural questions in Provence, I have always turned to my resident guru Walter Wells, who has lived in France...

I sold my house in Provence last December to some friends who happened to see that I noted on my web site that I...

Dear Antiques Diva, As an American wedding planner living in Paris, I'm well acquainted with the flea markets of the City of Light and...

Since 2004 Designer Desserts have become a delightful tradition at Café de la Paix. Yesterday in Paris Pop Fizz, second pastry in...

There are so many wonderful places to live. In reality, I could move anywhere and have considered many options. I had been thinking about...

“You can’t get there from here,” is the punch line of an old joke about travelers in Maine. One of the pleasures of living in...