Why Travel To France

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Some of us are lucky enough to live the City of Light, where romance permeates the air and where you

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Remember the massacred French recipes I mentioned previously? Here’s a new one: I give you my new food invention… (drum

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Fountain/Pond outside the chateau

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Spotted these boxes in a restaurant in Burgundy. Note: “jaja” is slang in French for wine.

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A well-deserved congratulations for Pastry Chef of the Year 2013 goes to Benoît Charvet, Pastry Chef at one of my

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This photo was taken from the entrance of Le Big Ben Bar in Paris’ train station, Gare de Lyon.

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There’s a beautiful neighborhood park on the rue Monge not far from the Pantheon but I didn’t catch its name.

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Someone is not fond of windows.

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This home is part of a beautiful hamlet located in a village called, Couches. By the way, couches in French

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Seen in southwest France: a found-object bridge to a private home.

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This is a nice café, apparently.

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The rain in Annecy stays mainly on the bridge.

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Spotted in Annecy.

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These macarons won’t get you fat.

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Someone really hates day and night.

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No trip to Paris is complete without a visit to Jacques Genin Fondeur en chocolat. Try to come here during

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Just when you’re beginning to spot all the radars on the road, these show up. The new radars they’re installing

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With all MOFs (Meilleurs Ouvriers de France) you encounter in France, you will only experience unrivaled excellence, which is why

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If I lived in Annecy, I’m sure I’d be a regular at L’Encas Bio, an organic restaurant that’s tucked away

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At some point in time (I don’t know when because I wasn’t paying attention), the kebab places in France branched

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Kei, a gastronomic restaurant named after chef Kei Kobayashi, made a big splash onto the restaurant scene since its opening

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I took a hot air balloon ride in Sedona, Arizona several years ago. It was a mind-blowing experience because of

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…Battling it out for political leadership the UMP way. Click here to see more Dialogues

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…and to think our hard-earned tax euros are going to the French government so they can continue to torment us

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Paris is home to so many talented musicians. Here’s one of my favorites: a didgeridoo and percussion player in front

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This is one of my favorite views of Sacre Coeur. I took this photo from the Beaubourg (Centre Georges Pompidou)

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There are so many gorgeous places in France, it’s hard for us to see all of them – especially if

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I’ve noticed a lot of this kind of trending, a sort of grungy, patriotic, shabby hillbilly chic – going around

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