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The Key To Finding The Best Bakeries In Paris
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The Key To Finding The Best Bakeries In Paris

Paris may be a little overwhelming for those looking to find some of the best pastries, breads, cheeses, desserts and wine that the city has to offer, but a helpful tip, as Fodor’s reveals, is to keep your eyes peeled for the “Meilleur Ouvrier de France” (MOF) indication on a […]

Roughin’ It — In The French Riviera?
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Roughin’ It — In The French Riviera?

Sure we probably all have a few million laying around to shell out for a thirty-foot yacht or private villa on the Côte d’Azur, but for those of us looking for a little connection to the land and a chance to escape our oh-so-glamorous lives, there are some breathtaking excursions […]

A Food Lover’s Look Behind The Scenes In Paris
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A Food Lover’s Look Behind The Scenes In Paris

A nod to TheExpeditioner.com contributor Dana McMahan for her piece over at BootsnAll.com where she delves ever deeper into the Parisian dining scene by visiting the Rungis Market at 4 a.m., the market that replaced the famed Les Halles (remember Anthony Bourdain’s visit there in his Paris episode?), and she […]

Top 5 Spots For Street Food In Paris
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Top 5 Spots For Street Food In Paris

Paris may have some of the best (and most expensive) restaurants in the world, but for those hoping to save a little money or looking for something a little bit different while about town, here are the top five spots for street food in Paris. Ah Paris: the land of […]

A Night Out In Paris’s Underground Dining Scene

A Night Out In Paris’s Underground Dining Scene

Forget the big names and put away the guidebook, for a taste of some of the best eats Paris has to offer, be ready to head underground. By Dana McMahan With Michelin-starred restaurants and legendary food purveyors competing for the gourmand’s attention on seemingly every corner, Paris offers some of […]

France, American Style
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France, American Style

“Why would a restaurant have a movie theater (one that would put most New York City theaters to shame) located directly above its dining room,” I thought to myself as I sat back in a plush theater chair waiting to hear from various representatives associated with France travel? Well, it […]

Visiting Paris During The Sale Of The Year
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Visiting Paris During The Sale Of The Year

Imagine if you could only find clothes on sale twice a year. What would be the result? Semi-annual Black Friday-like shopping melees? Caddy women (and a few men) jockeying for prized items? An upsurge in foreign tourists hoping to pounce on deals of up to 90% off on luxury goods? […]

Top 10 Undiscovered Travel Spots
Top 10 Undiscovered Travel Spots

Top 10 Undiscovered Travel Spots

Budget Travel came out with their 2008 list of the top 10 “new” places to visit this year which, by “new,” I think they mean “not overrun by tourists yet” rather than physical age. (I have a feeling Bergerac, France is probably not that new.) Here are a few highlights. […]

Lose Yourself In The Languedoc

Lose Yourself In The Languedoc

Tucked far away in the South of France, Languedoc is one of the country’s most unique and charming provinces; sometimes causing a visitor to forget that they’re in France at all. By Ben Snook To this day, the people of Languedoc are proud of their heritage and many still regard […]

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