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Daytrip from Paris: The Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Laon

Eighty-five miles northeast of Paris there stands on the plateau of the old town of Laon one of the great, undervisited Gothic cathedrals of...

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An Hour from Paris: Chateau Thierry’s American WWI Sights (photolog)

Belleau Wood, the Aisne-Marne American War Cemetery and the Chateau Thierry War Monument are only an hour’s drive from Paris, in Picardy, an easy...

Cannes Hosts France’s Largest Summit Meeting Ever

The many faces of Cannes: playground for the well-to-do, winter retreat for golden-haired retires, showcase for film stars, promenade for daytrippers, and site of France's largest summit meeting ever. Plus some boutique hotel suggestions.
Thibault Denis du Péage and Adalaïs Choy, founders of Covoiture-Art.com

Covoiture-Art Offers Ride-Sharing with a Cultural Twist

While classic ride-sharing brings together drivers and passengers who share a common destination, a new service brings together those who share a common interest in a culture. The young company Covoiture-Art.com is offering "cultural ride-sharing," a way of taking a daytrip to a monument, museum or heritage site if you need a ride to get there or if you have wheels and would like company.

Adventures in Southwest France: A Home in the Landes

In which an English family move into a once-prestigious property in southwest France with hopes of enjoying the good life abroad. What they discovered was hard work… and the good life abroad.

Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert: Who’s Minding the Cloister?

In this cross-Atlantic travel article Elizabeth Esris examines the beauty and the history of the village of Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert in southwest France and then returns home to discover some of its missing elements at The Cloisters in New York.

A Little Loop in the Loire Valley: A 2-day Cycling Route from Blois

There are those big biking trips that you spend months preparing. Then there are those short trips that begin with “Hey, it’s going to be nice out this weekend—let’s go biking… in the Loire Valley!” This little Loire loop—three days, two nights, including two days of biking—is of the latter kind. Beginning and ending in Blois...
Carnival parade Menton

Catching the Spirit of Nice’s Winter Carnival and Menton’s Lemon Festival

Stephanie Sommers catches the spirit, the spectacle, the excitement, and the humor of the king of French Carnival celebrations in Nice and its pucker-lipped...

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