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You know the saying, "I need a vacation from my vacation", it could very well been invented by someone who has been a visitor...

Editorial by: Mary Campbell Gallagher We'll always have Paris. Or will we? With only brief post-War exceptions, Paris has had height limits for hundreds of...

Paris is an exceptionally richly layered city but one that is not at all difficult to enjoy.  Visitors can easily access contemporary Paris urbanity...

The numerous charms of the Marais are no secret for Paris-lovers.  What is less known is the continual transformation of the ‘haut Marais’ or...

Olivier Giraud's one man English-speaking show How to Become Parisian in One Hour is an entertaining and engaging deconstruction of the Parisian...

When the French Revolution is discussed everyone thinks of the Bastille. However, there is a little visited site in Paris where riots...

A French picnic is not only a welcome reason for friends to gather and graze, but also an unparalleled celebration of summer. Walking around...

For almost four centuries, generations of horticulturists, walkers, joggers, children and garden lovers have trodden the paths of the Jardin des Plantes....

Paris is a multi-layered feast from any of numerous perspectives.  My own preferred ‘lens’ on Paris has always been culinary and cultural....

Arcachon, (Arcaishon in Gascon), began as a small fishing village nestled within a veritable forest of pine trees, oaks and salt marshes, ...

To some, Nimes is considered the gateway to Provence, to others it's a final destination. In just three hours, from the Gare de...

Cathédrale Notre Dame is the most visited landmark in Paris resulting in a vast sea of people flooding the Place du Parvis Notre Dame...