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Paris is a city of impressive architecture and edifices, packed with sites and people worth ogling. While the city's monuments and museums draw crowds...

It was a particularly cold day when I visited Jardin de l'Hôtel de Sens. November days in Paris tend to be dreary and it...

hn weekends the old men gather on the sands to pitch their pétanque boules into the air.  The knock of metal against metal, sand...

When I arrived in Paris to begin the writing of the Hidden Parks of Paris, I stayed for two nights in the eighteenth arrondissement,...
Parc Floral de Paris

Summer in the city is a perfect time to seek out the many activities available at little to no cost in Paris. One of...

The Paris Chairs In every stage of my life I’ve had a special chair to fill a special need: one that helped nurse me back...

Jeffery asked the woman who ran the little wineshop that stood on the southern edge of the Latin Quarter whether she knew of a...

The Bois de Vincennes, a sprawling park to the east of Paris, is best known for its eponymous Château that dates back to the...

The Père Lachaise cemetery in the east of Paris is an unusual spot: the burial grounds of the famous (think Edith Piaf, Jim Morrison,...

As the spring season fast approaches, there seems to be unconscious agreement that dropping everything to bask in a tepid spot of sunshine is...

How many times have you heard people say they need to live where their children do? You’ll hear that refrain again when they become...

Planning your first visits: the most-visited Paris destinations So, you’re planning your trip to Paris, a traveler’s time is precious, and the burning question in...