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Pyramide nuit When President François Mitterand hired architect I.M. Pei and colleagues to modernize le Musée du Louvre, could he possibly have imagined the finished...

Shopping in Paris is a divine experience when you shop chic couture boutiques in the Golden Triangle on the Right Bank or Saint-Germain-des-Prés designer...

I finally found them and had given up the hunt. If you’re wondering to what I’m referring, you’ll be surprised. I was walking up...

Le Petit Commerce. Photo by csaba_bajko. If “wine” is what you think of when you hear “Bordeaux,” it’s for good reason. The city reflects the...

Avocado Mousse I normally don't associate avocados with French cooking, but when I was in France, I saw avocados used in salads, soups and as...

Vintage Citroën 2CV deux chevaux car photo ©by Francis Beddok AKA Paris-émoi Want to go? Our guides to visiting Montmartre: Sacre-Coeur , Musée de Montmartre and Paris 18th...

Grand from the start Only a true fan of movies could produce such a fantastic movie theater. In the early 20th century Jacques Haïk was...

Paris offers no shortage of souvenirs—but today many of them are mass-produced in China. But if you are in the market for something authentic,...

What a difference a few blocks makes when staying in Paris. You can easily access all the must-see museums and monuments from anywhere. If...

The last twenty years or so of the nineteenth century gave birth—or at least their mothers did—to the great inventors of modernism, still so...

Rue Daguerre The pedestrian street rue Daguerre in the 14th Arrondissement is bustling with an after-work shopping crowd. Rue Daguerre, located just off the Denfert Rochereau...

Burgundy (Bourgogne) Burgundy and its world-famous Pinot Noir and Chardonnay-based wines are among my favorite reasons to be in France. I have the opportunity to spend...