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Paris is a city famed for its romance, fashion and food. It is the world’s most visited city and attracts around 27 million tourists...

  A typical French country cart still used in the heart of France Don’t call us, we’ll call you They weren’t simple-minded, but rather what you...

Up we climb now to the top of Paris; up the butte de Montmartre, the hill overlooking Paris in the 18th arrondissement—a neighborhood of...

            Montmartre quarry and tile roofs in 1826. Sitting on Swiss Cheese There is a saying here in France that goes “There is more of...

We disembarked from the metro at the Pigalle station and emerged into the sunshine and bustle of Boulevard de Clichy. Several blocks up the...

I left just as Paris was beginning to feel like home. I’d been studying there for months and had seen and done just about...

Fontaine Wallace Paris is forever. After a long recess, I returned to some minor changes but still the city of my heart. This time we were...

When it comes to traveling with your kids, there are two predominant schools of thought, both extreme. The first is the "why on earth...

The plan was to shop for upholstery fabric in the Paris 18th, work up an appetite and go someplace delicious for lunch—a quest one...

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...

  Sacré-Coeur at Night Long and mild summer nights allow for a lot of exploring Paris after dark. Paris might be more beautiful after dark then...

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...