Posts Tagged ‘travel’

The Magic of Paris

We can talk about Paris and her beauty until we are blue in the face. We can speak in hushed tones about the perfect croissant, the city’s […]

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Top Five Paris Apps for Your Next Trip

Before the explosion of iPhones, I used to recommend that everyone traveling to Paris invest in a really good map, like the Plan de Paris par […]

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La Taverne Henry IV, a Local Paris Wine Bar

Opened in 1885, La Taverne Henry IV is one of the oldest wine bars still serving in Paris today. And while the food is fresh, the recipes have […]

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Reviving the Vineyards of Paris

Walled vineyards were common in Paris, from the medieval city to the French capital, in the 19th century. Most of the original ones […]

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Paris Fashion: A Night at the Opera

Take a step back into old-world glamour. A night at the Paris opera is not only a luxurious and sophisticated affair but the perfect opportunity […]

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Things to Do in Paris: Treasure Hunting with THATRue

Spring is a time of new beginnings and blossoming ideas so I don’t think that Daisy de Plume, the ingenious founder of THATLou (Treasure Hunt […]

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Top Spots for Paris Nightlife, Part I

Located in the ever-so-scandalous Pigalle, Carmen is a club notorious for an interior that looks like an abandoned 20th-century mansion.

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Paris Restaurants: Haï Kaï and Girl Power on the Canal

What were you doing when you were 24 years old? Okay, don’t write me and tell me you are 24 now and running a big company. I know […]

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Paris Gifts: La Belle-Iloise

The boulevard Saint-Germain is quite the bling-bling area, but if you’re looking for quirky yet practical Paris gifts that won’t break the bank […]

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Paris Fashion: Channeling Charlotte and the Art of Minimalist Fashion

The French singer-turned-actress Charlotte Gainsbourg is widely proclaimed to be the muse of many fashion and film houses alike. She […]

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French Gardens: Top of the Paris Crop

With its long heritage of magnificent formal French gardens, Paris has a more eco-friendly generation of urban garden design […]

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Top Spots for Paris Nightlife, Part II

Wanderlust
Located beside the beautiful river Seine, this indoor-outdoor space serves as a multipurpose venue that is open during […]

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The Best French Tours

So you’ve decided to come to Paris but want to see another part of France, too. People often ask me where to go. No harder question could be[…]

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Paris Fashion: It’s Raining Men

It seemed as though the men had taken over the street-style spotlight during the most recent Paris Fashion Week. While standing outside a […]

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Things to See in Paris: 60 Postcards Hidden in Paris

Scattering postcards around Paris in memory of her late mother has made Rachael Chadwick a media darling, an author and […]

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