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As an American whose adopted home is France, it’s so refreshing not to have to make excuses for a U.S. administration that views it...

Glou, launched a few weeks ago, is one of those instant must-go bistros, “have you been to Glou, is it any good?”. It's an...

I should have been born wearing a hard hat. If that sounds bizarre, there’s an explanation.No matter where I go or live, I seem...

Navigo Découverte pass -- a must for bargain-seeking Paris visitors  I am the proud owner of a Navigo card for the Paris RATP that I...

Whether you’re a passionate collector or merely a lover of whimsical trinkets, a wander through one of Paris’ flea markets will always seduce and...

People worldwide are experiencing economic jitters as the financial markets go from one extreme to another.  Many French are baffled by what’s taking place...

The most mouth-watering surprise so far this year is Le Gaigne, a postage-stamp bistro in the Marais. It's the type of place...

When living on a dollar income in the EU, one needs to regroup when it comes to spending money these days. But what the...

My mother died on May 21, 2008. She was a formidable act to follow. She made a difference in the lives of...

There are no dowdy women in Paris.  No frumps either.  A Parisian can say a woman lacks élégance or she is mal habillée, but...

Readers constantly send emails asking about the weather and when they should travel to France. The answer is always.  While other cities may...

An email has just crossed my screen pleading for help. It isn’t the first and it won’t be the last. Another BonjourParis reader has...