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Golf Life: Languedoc

Languedoc is the other province in southern France that boasts a Mediterranean coast, but it might as well be on the French side of the...

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Catherine Painvin's Hotel from Heartbreak

When children's clothing designer Catherine Painvin hit bottom, her therapy was to open an inn. Christopher Petkanas drops by her singular chambre d'hôte in Aubrac

Modern Art in France's Old Churches

. . . and green and yellow and red, too. Artists are turning a hand to the windows of France's oldest churches, and the results...

Driving from Southern France to Spain

A ride from southern France to Spain delivers as many treats on the autoroute as off

25 Secret European Villages

No traffic jams, no Internet cafés—just centuries-old charm and an authentic way of life. That's what you'll find in these towns all over Europe where...

T+L Reports: I'll Take Tokyo

Japan's latest temple of gastronomy, Sens & Saveurs, is even more French than its name suggests—it's run by Jacques and Laurent Pourcel, twin chefs who...

Restaurant Openings in the South of France

The south of France is heating up this summer with three restaurants from French über-chefs. Following their success in Montpellier, the Pourcel twins have opened...

T+L 100: Transportation | 2001

Our guide to the future of travel (#'s 78-83): Expanded service for France's TGV; an art-filled new terminal at JFK Airport; Continental's latest route: 8,443...

France Made Affordable: Barging Right In

Two Americans take a holiday afloat on the Canal du Midi
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