A Paris Fanatic

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The ten Paris streets you just have to walk down

Yes, Paris is an amazing city for a stroll, but some streets simply stand out more than the others. From charming walkways to extravagant roads - …

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Takayama Travel: Takayama Festival (Takayama Matsuri)

Display of festival floats<p>April 14 and 15: 9:30 to 16:00<br>October 9 and 10: 9:00 to 16:00<p>From morning to late afternoon of both festival days, the …

Tokyo Travel: Sensoji (Asakusa Kannon Temple)

Tokyo Travel: Shinjuku Gyoen

Mondays (or following day if Monday is a national holiday), December 29 to January 3. There are no closing days during the cherry blossom season …

Tokyo Travel: Rikugien Garden

9:00 to 17:00 (entry until 16:30)<br>Evening light up until 21:00 during autumn color and cherry blossom seasons.

News

10 Places in Dublin to get Coffee after 5pm - H&G Creations

Look, we’re all caffeine addicts and that’s totally ok. And sometimes with that Wednesday morning hangover, a coffee before noon is actually a bit …

Dublin: Five Great Cafes (That Aren't 3FE)

<i>The whole wide coffee world is paying attention to Dublin these days, spurned on by the remarkable growth of its cafe scene and the impending 2016</i> …

Café Tabletops

Walking on the <b>rue de Rivoli</b> one day I discovered a series of illustrated tabletops at a tourist café, which I thought were worth photographing. They …

Paris Breakfasts: Carol Gillott Pens a Blog in Paris

Photo Credit: Carol Gillott<p>There is only one blog I subscribe to and it's Paris Breakfasts by watercolor artist Carol Gillott. Gillott, a Francophile at heart, moved to Paris over a year ago, where she opens the door to her daily quintessential Parisian experience. Each photo-laden post instantly …

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Chloe Perrin’s Parisian Haunts

Chloe Perrin, Brand Director of Perrin Paris, represents the fifth generation of her family’s leather goods brand—founded in Limoges, France in 1893. “We were very famous for our gloves in the 1920s,” she says. “We were one of the only French brands at the time to have boutiques around the world – …

Rue Chanoinesse area – Medieval streets in the Cité

The history of Paris starts in the Île de la Cité: the first inhabitants of <i>Lutèce</i> may have lived on this island, before the Romans developed it …

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Back to Paris: Ariel’s Looking Forward to Food, Jazz and Art

<i>Studio de l’Ermitage</i><p>If you’re looking for live music in Paris, you’ve got plenty of choices. But the best shows in town are dedicated one of the …

Rare color photos of Paris

These images, and many others found at Paris1914, were taken using Autochrome Lumière technology, an early color photography process, patented in …

Paris Café

Paris Café<p>Channel Director: Volunteer Wanted<p>Filter<br>• Channel<p>Close<p>Experiencing a problem?<p>If you are reporting a technical issue, try reloading the Web …

Five Can't Miss Cafes in Paris

There seem to be almost an unlimited number of things to do in Paris, including enjoying countless idyllic cafes -- it can be nearly impossible to decipher which offers the best tasse du café in the city. Determining factors, such as the heavenly flakiness of a fresh croissant or the mellow rhythms …

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Paris Patisseries

A Guide To The Secret Parts Of Paris

See and do<p><i>Eglise St-Etienne-du-Mont</i><p>This is one of my favourite Paris churches, both for its architecture, which is an endearing mix of renaissance and gothic, and as an insight into Paris' history: it is home to the shrine of Saint Geneviève, patron saint of Paris, who saved the city from invasion …

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