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Love locks, Paris, 2011 (c) Joe Wilkins

Paris Love Locks Sold for Charity

This is for all the lovers out there—at least for those who attached locks to Paris bridges over the Seine and for those who are disappointed that love locks have been banned from the city center. On May 13 bunches of them will be up for auction at Paris's official pawn shop.
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Taxi Fares Between Paris and Charles de Gaulle or Orly Airports

Maximum taxi fares between Paris and Charles de Gaulle or Orly Airports, in either direction, without additional baggage fees, are legally set as follows: Between Charles de Gaulle and right bank Paris: 50 € Between Charles de Gaulle and left bank Paris: 55 €...

7,900 French Jews Reportedly Immigrated to Israel in 2015

The Paris office of the Jewish Agency for Israel, the organization mandated by the State of Israel to facilitate and encourage immigration from around the world, announced today that 7,900 French Jews immigrated to Israel in 2015. That represent a 10% increase over the record 2014 figure.

Professional Travel Therapy for You, Your Friends and Your Loved Ones

The perfect Paris and France travel gift for your friends and loved ones suffering from Paris-envy, Francophilia and a frequent desire to travel to France: Travel therapy with Gary Lee Kraut, editor of France Revisited.

Blogging and Tasting Paris: The Moveable Writing Workshop

Paris’s most original writing workshop meets Monday afternoons and you can join either as a regular, occasional or even one-shot visitor. Award-winning travel writer and...

D-Day and American War Memories in France: A Travel Conversation

June 6, 2015—On the eve of the 71st anniversary of the D-Day landing in Normandy, Dan Schlossberg of Travel Itch Radio invited France Revisited's editor Gary Lee Kraut on the show to discuss D-Day and other American War Memories in France.

Life and Death in Eastern Paris: Touring Belleville and Père Lachaise Cemetery

Allison Zinder of Paris on the Edge and Gary Lee Kraut of France Revisited have joined forces for a series of original and good-humored walking tours in the off-beat eastern neighborhoods of Paris, including this curious exploration of Belleville and Père Lachaise Cemetery, with a delicious lunch stop in between.

Paris Takes Center Stage on International Jazz Day

Paris has been selected to serve as the 2015 Global Host City for the fourth annual International Jazz Day organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and celebrated around the world on April 30, with Herbie Hancock serving as Goodwill Ambassador.

France Revisited Strikes Silver, Editor Goes on Tour

PASADENA, CA (Feb. 11, 2015)–The North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) today announced that France Revisited, www.francerevisited.com, won the Silver Award as first runner-up in the 2014 NATJA Awards Competition in the Best Online Travel Magazine category. This awards competition honors the “best of the best” in travel writing...

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