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Tips and Articles in France

Seeing the sights of Paris is one thing, but taking them all in via a plane ride that last less than two minutes can only be described as a trip. The Acrobatic Patrol of France (Patrouille de France) recently released a video featuring12 planes fl...
Paris is in the midst of a massive hotel boom. It started last year, with the unveiling of the Peninsula Paris, and hasn’t slowed since. With new hotels and massive renovations throughout the city, each hotel is bringing its own cache of luxury, a...
When I moved to France and finally had my own freezer to fill, I was surprised to discover that French store-bought ice cream is terrible. The only brands that don’t consist of air, seaweed-based stabilizers, and artificial everything, are Haagen-...
Making our way onto a crowded New York subway car during rush hour with a massive bicycle case in tow was no easy task. Along with having to skip a couple of trains for sheer lack of space, we were also greeted with looks of disgust (and a fair am...
Making our way onto a crowded New York subway car during rush hour with a massive bicycle case in tow was no easy task. Along with having to skip a couple of trains for sheer lack of space, we were also greeted with looks of disgust (and a fair am...
Making our way onto a crowded New York subway car during rush hour with a massive bicycle case in tow was no easy task. Along with having to skip a couple of trains for sheer lack of space, we were also greeted with looks of disgust (and a fair am...
Making our way onto a crowded New York subway car during rush hour with a massive bicycle case in tow was no easy task. Along with having to skip a couple of trains for sheer lack of space, we were also greeted with looks of disgust (and a fair am...
Making our way onto a crowded New York subway car during rush hour with a massive bicycle case in tow was no easy task. Along with having to skip a couple of trains for sheer lack of space, we were also greeted with looks of disgust (and a fair am...
Making our way onto a crowded New York subway car during rush hour with a massive bicycle case in tow was no easy task. Along with having to skip a couple of trains for sheer lack of space, we were also greeted with looks of disgust (and a fair am...
This Wednesday, July 22, marks the 25th anniversary of the brilliant Cinéma en Plein Air festival in the Parc de la Villette, the mega-park in the 19th arrondissement of Paris. The event consists of a month of movies screened on Wednesday through ...
Aside from the ultra-affordable Mama Shelter, Marseilles has long lacked designminded boutique hotels. Not anymore. Last year, the C2 Hôtel (picured; doubles from $208) arrived in the Palais de Justice area with 20 minimalist rooms decked out in M...
With more than a thousand restaurants in its grasp, Lyon famously has one of the highest concentrations of eateries in France. The bouchon, with its homely wood-paneled walls, its paraffin candles melting onto the checkered cloth table, has long b...
With more than a thousand restaurants in its grasp, Lyon famously has one of the highest concentrations of eateries in France. The bouchon, with its homely wood-paneled walls, its paraffin candles melting onto the checkered cloth table, has long b...
When shopping abroad, vintage purchases are some of the hardest to weigh. After all, if you walk away from a one-off piece, there is no going back. Therefore, for anyone on a tight budget, it is perhaps best to stay away from the vintage boutiques...
When shopping abroad, vintage purchases are some of the hardest to weigh. After all, if you walk away from a one-off piece, there is no going back. Therefore, for anyone on a tight budget, it is perhaps best to stay away from the vintage boutiques...