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Paris Finally Has Good Coffee, and Here's Where to Get It

Paris is infamous for their bad coffee—but no more! The days of bad, watery, and tasteless coffee in Paris are finally over, thanks to a crop of new cafés that are as serious about their joe as they are about their croissants. These three spots—Ten Belles, Telescope, and the Broken Arm—are …

Top 10 Things to Do in Paris at Christmas

You probably won't be able to jet over to Paris for Christmas. But if you could, here are ten fun things to do (excerpted from the Rick Steves' European Christmas book). Read these and imagine a Joyeux Noël in the City of Light:<p><b>Manèges de Noël: Christmas Carousels</b><p>These seasonal merry-go-rounds pop …

Where to Stay in Paris: Complete Guide to Accommodations

01 of 04<p>Neighborhoods, Accommodation Options, and Expert Tips<p>If you have no previous direct knowledge of Paris, you'll likely spend much time during …

10 of the best restaurants in Paris

You'll find some of the world's very best restaurants in Paris. Food writer Alexander Lobrano selects the best of the best, with a galaxy of Michelin stars between them • As featured in our Paris city guide<p>Le Meurice<p>Anyone wanting a grand-slam experience of Gallic gastronomic grandeur won't do …

Where to Drink Cocktails in Paris, France

While the French have always been <i>fidèle</i> to their wine, they've also been known to carry on a little flirtation with fine spirits. French ingredients like Chartreuse and Benedictine have often served as a cornerstone of cocktail recipes. Yet, for most of its recent history, the country has been …

Packing List: Paris

<i>Coming to a departures gate near you—New York’s famed Black and White Cookies from Ess-a-Bagel.</i><p>Paris, j'arrive! Editorial Director Mollie, Social …

France

The Best Hidden Market in Paris (and Four More Great Finds)

In our October issue, Kate Maxwell explored the City of Light's culture-crammed northeast arrondissements. Here are five of her favorite stops along the way.<p>In our October issue, Kate Maxwell explored the **City of Light's **culture-crammed northeast arrondissements. Here are five of her favorite …

A Guide to Paris' Best Coffee Shops

The majority of cafés in <b>Paris</b>, France, still treat coffee as an afterthought: an early-morning caffeine delivery mechanism whose flavor is described solely as "strong" or "mild." It was never supposed to taste good; coffee in Paris was always about the experience of drinking coffee — lingering in a …

Things to Do in Paris

Seine River<p>Begin your tour of Paris with a stroll along the Seine River. Explore Île Saint-Louis and Île de la Cité, 2 small islands linked to the …

Things to Do in Paris in November

Ah, France in the fall: crisp air, changing leaves and a fresh harvest. Now imagine all that against an Eiffel Tower backdrop, and you've got just a hint of what it's like to grace Paris in November. As temperatures drop and the tourist crowds thin, there's still plenty to do in the City of Lights …

Hotel Lutetia – One of Paris’ Gem Hotels

What a beautiful spot to enjoy the view<p>We checked into the Hotel Lutetia in the heart of the 6th arrondissement Monday after a long day of travel …

France

Her Paris -- How Not to be a Tourist

<b>J</b>ourneywoman welcomes Karen Fawcett -- an American travel journalist who has been in love with Paris since the age of 13. She writes...<p><b>A</b>s an …

France

Pickpocketed in Paris! Tips To Avoid It Happening To You - What Boundaries? Live Your Dream!

It was only an hour and a half train ride from Brussels to Paris, but that small distance was enough to tear us forcibly from the imagined safety and …

Exploring Paris in 2 days

"While modern fiction-fanciers are flocking to Paris to follow the Da Vinci Code trail, Enough sights were featured to keep us occupied for a week in different locales, spotting the classics - Opéra (where Madeline and her chums 'smiled at the good'), Place Vendôme (where they 'frowned at the bad') …

France

Paris Journal IX: The Air France Business Class Lounge at CDG

One of the hidden jewels of France is the Air France business class lounge at Charles de Gaulle. The lounge has a delicious selection of cheeses, including an excellent brie, potage au legumes, abundant cornichons, roast veal and Lay's Chips a Ancienne, all served buffet style. Save up your …

France

Experience Travel

How to Ride the Paris Metro Public Transportation System

01 of 08<p>One of the World's Best (And Most Infuriating) Public Transport Systems<p>Paris boasts one of the world's safest and most efficient public …

The Clubbers Guide To Paris (Part 1)

<i>Need an introduction to Paris nightlife? Look no further than our party-chasing Contiki Insiders Marie Vinay and Cloé Bailly. Marie and Cloé are two</i> …

France

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Sugar Rush: Paris Baguette's 'Tiramisu Pastry,' a Cream-Filled, Chocolate-Dusted Croissant

On a recent visit to Paris Baguette, I came across an interesting looking pastry simply called "tiramisu pastry." The funny part, and the aspect that made it interesting, is that it looks absolutely nothing like a tiramisu—or any other well-known pastry for that matter. As it turns out, it was the …

Traditional French Food You Must Try

Traditional French Food You Must Try Although there are many delicious delicacies to try in France (not to mention the wines) there are a few …

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Traveling via Global Entry as a Pre-Checked Traveler

Here’s the most amazing thing that happened the first time I used Global Entry for getting back into the country and speeding through security: …