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50 Holiday Cookies

Fill your cookie tins with batches and batches of classic cookies and creative variations.<p>Classic Sugar Cookies (No. 1)<p>Beat 2 sticks butter, 1/2 cup …

Dessert

10 Surprising Places to Get Cheap Home Goods, According to Interior Design Experts

Not including IKEA or Target.<p>Sick of your IKEA bookcase and Target sheets, but don’t quite have the budget to splurge on more expensive furnishings? …

Home Decorating

Where to Stay in Paris: The Best Apartment Rentals for Travelers

Wondering where to stay in Paris? Whether you’re planning on staying in Paris for a few days, a few weeks or a few months, staying in an apartment is …

France

The Complete Guide For Discovering the Best of Paris

Ah, Paris. With its glorious cuisine, magnificent architecture, and artistic treasures, if you ask me, there is no other city as timeless or instantly recognizable. The charm, the energy, the enchantment — this French capital really is a living dream, which is why it's no surprise so many of us …

How you know you're in Paris: The nineteen tell-tale signs

There are certain, in fact many give away signs that tell you exactly which city in the world you are in. For example, you know you are in Paris …

What the FIAC? The Contemporary Art World Meets in Paris

Each year in October the smart set and the who’s who of the art world answer the unmissable call of the Foire International d’Art Contemporaine, …

France

How to Spend a Day in Montmartre

Montmartre brings to mind numerous beautiful clichés: The perfect Parisian café, Moulin Rouge, and, of course, countless scenes from <i>Amélie</i>. It's hard to shake those romanticisms when you first arrive in Paris's 18th arrondissement, up the long and colorful climb from the Abbesses metro stop. Why …

November Is the Best Time to Travel to Paris. Here's Why

Go book those tickets NOW.<p>As the leaves change and people swap their decorative gourds for twinkle lights, many travelers around the world are …

Afternoons in Montmartre

Best Falafel in Paris: Where to Head

Curiously enough, Paris is home to some of the best falafel in the world: that prized, cheap, naturally vegan, and oddly delicious Middle-Eastern …

France

France: KNOCKING ON MONET’S DOOR (4)

Normandy, French province in the North, full of greenery, flowers, good cheese and wine, white cows with black spots, but it also houses few towns …

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 - …

14 Bucket List Worthy Things to do in Paris ~ Maps & Merlot

One of the most amazing things about Paris is the number of things to do (and eat & drink) in the city. We all know that Paris is renowned for Notre …

Paris 4 Like a Local: where to eat, play & stay in Ile de la Cité and le Marais

<b>PARIS ARRONDISSEMENT GUIDE: 4th ARRONDISSEMENT OF PARIS</b><p>The 4th Arrondissement of Paris is maybe our favorite district of Paris: full of history, …

The First Thing Eric Kayser Eats When He Returns to Paris

<i>A French baker and chef, Eric Kayser is renowned for his relentless pursuit of artisanal bread-making and cooking. In 1996, he opened the first Maison Kayser in Paris, an authentic boulangerie & café, driven by a desire to share his love for great bread and traditional French cuisine. Today, Maison</i> …

France

French Baguette Recipe

A baguette is one of the true icons of the French culinary tradition. And the perfect baguette, light with a crusty exterior and soft, slightly chewy …

Baseline: Mary in Paris: Claude Monet's house

Claude Monet's house is located in the French countryside in a small town called Giverny. The famous French impressionist painter lived there for 43 …

The local’s secret guide to Paris

Parisian style is not a question of birthplace or address; it’s not even a specific look. It’s an attitude, a state of mind, cool and nonchalant.<p>Ines …

These are the Most Popular Spots at Each Paris Metro Station

If you've ever wondered how to get an insider's perspective of a city, go to the subway station. Connecting all major streets and all major sights, …

France

10 Unusual Things To Do In Paris

Related: Paris<p>Next time you go to Paris, why not do something a little different. Forget the Eiffel Tower, romantic walks along the Seine and visits …

Paris: 20 First-Timer Travel Tips

<b>Paris is an experience that everyone should have. It’s a city you can’t help to fall in love with, one of those places that will always have a new</b> …

France

Travel advice from the pros: How to prevent your dream vacation from becoming a nightmare

Never underestimate the power of good research to help you avoid headaches while on holiday<p>Despite the sunny weather and ocean views, some recent …

Study Reveals 3 New Tricks to Using Airline Frequent Flier Miles

It answers the age-old question: points or cash?<p>NerdWallet has released a study of travel rewards credit cards and the loyalty programs for four U.S. …

These are the times you shouldn’t book a flight with points

Just because you have a lot of rewards points doesn’t mean you should always book flights with them. For certain types of flights, it’s a better deal …

Why Delta Air Lines Paid Me $11,000 Not To Fly To Florida This Weekend

Over the past week, Delta Air Lines has encountered epic travel delays after unprecedented storms forced the cancellation of thousands of flights.<p>This weekend, my family and I profited from Delta’s travel woes — big time. We made $11k. Here’s how we did it and why I’m not such a snob about getting …

Delta Airlines

13 things foreigners do that make French people feel awkward

<b>1. Getting bisfuddled</b><p>"La bise", the French cheek kissing greeting is always a potential minefield for foreigners, and plain awkward for the French …

Ten Tips to Prevent Lost Luggage

Have you ever lost your luggage while traveling? Lost luggage can be more than just an inconvenience; it can cost travelers time, money, and a lot of …

Delta Airlines

Frequently Asked Questions About Traveling Europe

Let's Take The Mystery Out Of Traveling Europe.The post Frequently Asked Questions About Traveling Europe appeared first on Guide To Backpacking …

High Speed

Discovering The Covered Passages In Paris

Please share this post:<p>Gotta love the French. Innovative and stylish. In the 18th and 19th century they were ingenious too, when “les passages …

France

10 Things No One Tells You About... Paris

Ask an American about traveling to Paris, and you’ll hear the same two complaints: “It’s expensive!” and “The French aren’t friendly!”<p>But with a few …

France