Archives for October, 2009

Photos of Cluny, France The medieval village of Cluny (in the Burgundy region of France) was declared a UNESCO Heritage

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Virgin Vacations is offering travel packages from the U.S. to Paris to spend Thanksgiving. The travel deal starts at $749

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We stopped in Collioure, France on our way back from Barcelona almost a month ago and were impressed and surprised

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Yesterday wasn’t the best time to go to Dijon, let alone any city in France because of the farmer protests.

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Following Sarkozy’s horribly embarrassing nepotistic naming of his 23 year-old son to the powerful political post inside EPAD, the reactions

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Here’s a silly fun ad from the U.S. explaining why things are better when they’re French. Soooo….. I haven’t seen

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Evian releases a limited edition bottle annually, and this year’s contribution is from British designer Paul Smith. I like the

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If you’ve been with me for a while, you’ll remember that we’d gone to Serge Chenet’s new restaurant last year.

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