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This summer, after years of eager anticipation, the world's first ever floating urban art museum has finally opened its doors on the river Seine....
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The 4th arrondissement of Paris is one of its most quaint, yet most bustling. Jam-packed with shops, cafés, small museums and some the oldest...

Claude Monet’s “Maison du Pressoir” (apple press house) in the little village of Giverny has been a tourist destination for Americans for years. The...

Arnaud, a born and bred Parisian who crosses oceans in sailboats and knows how to read a compass, has rolled his eyes, again. I...

PHOTOQUAI is a biennial photography exhibition presented in Paris outdoors on the banks of the Seine River before the Musée du quai Branly since 2007....

"J.R.'s Eyes"     Île Saint-Louis, Paris, October 2009 ©Francis Beddok AKA paris-emoi 2011 Time-lapse photography: a bâteau mouche passing J.R.'s "Women are...

As its name suggests, Le Cimetière des Chiens in Asnières-sur-Seine just outside of Paris is dominated by dogs, but cats, horses, monkeys and other animals...

Here are numbers 11—20 of the Top 20 most visited Paris Museums and Monuments based on statistics from the Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau that...

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...

Nobody wants to go to a hospital when vacationing, especially if you are vacationing in Paris. But what if the hotel you are staying...

A picnic is a must, really, when in Paris, so we propose next time you skip the café in favor of grazing in the...

Goat Cheese by photojournalist Clay McLachlan ©2011 On a recent visit to my current favorite temple of cheese, I found myself overwhelmed with happiness...