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Street Style

Paris Fashion Week is over, but the images live on–especially Richard Nahem’s photos of people attending the shoes. More here.

Small Business Revolt

A lot of small shops around Paris have this sign in their windows– bakeries, butcher shops, bookstores and stationers, hardware stores, fish shops, cobblers,coiffeurs, small grocery stores, greengrocers, chocolate shops. It says “SACRIFICED but not resigned. Sign the petition here or at www.sauvonslaproximite.com” (i.e. save local shops). The petition comes from the UPA or Professional Artisans Union […]

Paris to London for 79€

If you’ve been waiting for a cheap time to go between Paris and London, now is definitely the time to buy a ticket! Eurostar has a crazy cheap deal for round-trip tickets between the two iconic cities: just 79€ for voyages that fall between 30 September and 19 December! The sale only lasts until Sept. 16th, and […]

Bike-a-Palooza

The goal of 24h Vélib, two days of festivities June 15 & 16, is to have people cycle 25,000km on some 400 vélibs to raise money for three different associations: Good Planet, Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque or la Fondation du Patrimoine. They will have a little village set up near the Petit Palais, and then on […]

France’s Online Lag

Perhaps it is not altogether a bad thing that the French, in general, are not very branché Internet. It may be because they are close to their families and friends, don’t generally move far away from them, and prefer to do things in warmer ways, in person. But it’s true that compared to Americans of the […]

Finally! Gluten-Free!

Gluten-free fine dining in Paris is no longer the stuff of fantasy, thanks to the opening of the chic, high-quality, gluten-free restaurant, Noglu, in the 2nd arrondissement. Opened just a couple of months ago, the pared-down setting with a decor of blond wood, matt black paint and shiny white-tiled walls in the romantic Passage des Panoramas, […]

Layover Blues

So, you finally have the time and resources to finally visit Paris, the city of your dreams. You’ve been planning this trip for months now and have made all the necessary preparations. You’ve brushed up on your French, studied the city’s culture and history, and planned out what sites you want to visit. The day […]

Naked Ladies of Paris

I’ve been thinking about the sheer number of naked ladies of Paris. Naked STONE ladies, that is. Most of them, oddly enough, were set in place at a time when good girls were covered from head to toe.  I wonder how those girls felt as they walked around the stone nudities of Paris! I remember […]

The French Gambling Scene

France is about indulgence. Call it as Las Vegas without the tackiness: gambling is legal country-wide, even online. PokerBlog is a perfect starting point. And of course the casinos in Deauville and on the Cote D’Azur have been the subject and setting of many a film, from Bob Le Flambeur to Casino Royale. (Let’s not […]

Sponsored Post: Top 5 Nightlife Areas in Paris

Paris is regarded as one of the most vibrant and cosmopolitan metropolises in Europe and with good reason. If you are planning a stay in cheap Paris hotels and are keen to sample the city’s nightlife, here are five of the best districts to visit. Latin Quarter Favoured by students who attend the nearby Sorbonne […]

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