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“You do not have chateau in America?” a young French innkeeper asks as she escorts my fiancé and me onto the grounds of La Ballue, a petite (for a... Read More

It’s been nearly 24 years since the Chunnel — the over 31-mile rail tunnel connecting England to France under the English Channel — first opened. If you... Read More

Most people who aspire to decorate their homes in royal style aren’t exactly thinking "more giant bugs" — but maybe they should be. Turns out ... Read More

A new hiking trail that will take you along the gorgeous, blue coasts of southern France is opening just in time for summer.The Grand Sentier de la Côte... Read More

Having an airline misplace your baggage is never a positive experience — but not all lost luggage debacles are created equal. Merry... Read More

Earlier this month, the city of Paris filed a lawsuit against Airbnb for failing to remove undocumented listings from their site.A court hearing is set... Read More

A massive flight sale to Europe has discounted fares from multiple U.S. cities to top destinations.Scott’s Cheap Flights on Tuesday spotted round-trip... Read More

A woman was fined $500 at a border control checkpoint for keeping her in-flight snack in her purse.On a recent Delta flight from Paris to Minneapolis,... Read More

We were speeding through Paris after landing at Charles de Gaulle, and my heart was beating fast. It had been two decades since I’d been to the city. I... Read More

Strikes are continuing to cause cancelations and disruptions both on the ground and in the air in France this week. The country's national airline,... Read More

With more snow on the forecast — and a number of flight deals on our radar — it’s time to consider a spontaneous getaway to the south of France.Thursday... Read More

Ordering a bottle of wine for the table is a great way to share and connect with dinner companions — especially in Paris, where the average cost of... Read More

Being a French baker is an art that requires balance — and we're not just talking about the perfect balance of flour and yeast. One French baker... Read More

Many Parisians hated the Eiffel Tower when it was first erected in 1889. Although it may seem impossible now, the sentiment is perhaps more believable... Read More

If you want to travel to a galaxy far, far away — or even one crafted in the futuristic mind of Stan Lee — you’ll need a plane ticket to Paris.A nearly ... Read More

If you're scheduled to fly with Air France on Thursday, you may want to make sure your flight is still scheduled to take off.The airline is poised... Read More

If you’re already excited for Avengers: Infinity War, brace yourself, because the Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to get a lot more realistic. You’ll... Read More

The Eiffel Tower was forced to close Friday and Saturday as snow and freezing rain hit Paris.The company that manages the famous structure said the... Read More

It’s among Parisians’ favorite facts that rats outnumber people in the city.Last month, as the Seine flooded, hundreds of rats emerged from Paris’s... Read More

Proud New Jersey native Jon Bon Jovi has taken inspiration from the Garden State throughout his career as a rockstar. But for his first foray into rosé,... Read More

Venice, Florence, Rome — these are just a few of the Italian cities on sale right now from airports all across the United States.Yesterday, Thrifty... Read More

Valentine’s Day is just a little more than a week away, but don’t worry, you still have time to plan something for your someone special. This year, don... Read More

For Disney fans, there may be no happier place on Earth than Disneyland. Except, perhaps, a Disneyland covered in snow.(And we’re not talking about the... Read More

Paris is widely regarded as the most romantic city in the world — and the twinkling Eiffel Tower is no small part of the allure.Every night, 20,000... Read More

There is no “right” way to do Paris. Especially if this is your second or third trip (lucky you), your days aren’t limited to the Louvre, the... Read More

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