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Gardens of Paris

Gardens of Paris

The golden days when ladies dressed in their Sunday best and shielded their fair faces from the sun with frilly parasols might be just...
Font of Splendor

Font of Splendor

Described by Napoleon Bonaparte as “the true residence of kings,” Château de Fontainebleau was occupied and shaped by esteemed magnates for nearly eight centuries....

Postcards from Paris

When the heart longs to travel, Paris awaits, arms open wide in welcome, for visitors to stroll its enchanting neighborhoods, from the cobblestone streets...
Verdant Villandry

Verdant Villandry

Named for the river that journeys through the heart of France, the Loire Valley is a place that has “perfected the art of living.”...
The Belles of the Day

The Belles of the Day: Jefferson’s Monticello

In a letter penned to granddaughter Anne Cary Bankhead in 1811, Thomas Jefferson wrote that “the flowers come forth like the belles of the...
Tales of Old in the Marais

Tales of Old in the Marais

Both history and modernism pervade the cobblestone streets of the Marias district, which are lined with grand architecture, chic art galleries, enlightening exhibits, and...