Something Exciting for 2022!

December 27th, 2021 by
Discover Unique Destinations this Year! Bringing in the New Year is all about reflecting on the past and celebrating our dreams and goals for the future. No matter what the last year has looked like for you there is always time to change and bring in the new for 2022.…

What’s on in Paris this Winter

November 23rd, 2021 by
In the last two years the museums of Paris, just like everything and everyone else, had to deal with all sorts of changes. Now, the museums of Paris are slowly getting back on track and this winter some great new shows are opened and ready for visitors. One of the…

What Women Are Saying About Our Female Only Tours…

September 20th, 2021 by
Girls’ Guide is an invitation to travel luxuriously with a small group of like-minded women. We meet as strangers and leave as friends. That's why we wanted to share some of our latest tour reviews with you! Join the party next year or next month. We have dozens of tours…

The Safest Locations to Visit in the World in 2021

May 30th, 2021 by
Are you ready to get out and see the world? This pandemic has left many people realizing the importance of travel. Yet, many people are still hesitant to be adventurous, fearing the unknown.  We put together this list of some of the safest countries in the world to help you…

A Remedy for Missing Paris….because There’s Only One Paris!

December 14th, 2020 by
By Doni Belau & Lily Heise There’s no denying it. This year has been tough, especially for everyone who loves travel. Millions of people are eagerly awaiting the return of international travel and Paris is high on the list of first destinations. Fortunately prospects are looking better for 2021. To…

For my love of Paris and Champagne

June 25th, 2020 by
by Franca Berti I look back at my trips to Paris and truly feel an affinity and deep connection to the spectacle, the phantasmagoria, the City of light and love. I don’t really understand why the connection, as being from an Italian background such an affinity would be expected to…

Hemingway in Paris

January 20th, 2019 by
I was just a year old when my grandparents went on their first trip to Paris. Serving in the Air Force as a co-pilot in World War II, my grandfather Parker had spent some time in Europe, mostly in England. Nearly 30 years later, in April 1972 he and his…

Paris Photography with Georgianna Lane

January 20th, 2019 by
[caption id="attachment_190963" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Paris by Georgianna Lane[/caption] Would you like to make your photos of Paris and anywhere you travel look even just a little bit more like these? Who wouldn't?? Georgianna Lane, published author and photographer extraordinaire and I would like to invite you to our exclusive Paris…

Michelin Star Restaurants Paris – Le Pergolese

April 2nd, 2018 by
by Debbie Kobayashi Michelin starred Le Pergolese is located in the posh 16th arrondisement just off of Avenue Foch. Many of its clientele live in the neighborhood and hold standing weekly reservations, so do book ahead. The dining room features a private room in the rear and works by contemporary…

Seafood Festivals in Provence

March 12th, 2018 by
[caption id="attachment_189605" align="alignnone" width="700"] Author Ashley Tinker enjoying her shrimp[/caption] When we first moved to Provence we had to pinch ourselves on January days where we’d often sit in the sun for hours and bask in the winter sun. Could this be so? Coming from snowy Montréal and dreary London,…
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