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12 Paris Apps That Make Exploring the City of Light Easier

Whether you’re a visitor or a Paris resident, there are always new spots to explore. These days, few people carry guidebooks or maps, but chances are you do have a smartphone in your pocket. When
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Signs of Spring in Paris: Asparagus & Daffodils, Fresh Market Produce & Sunny Picnics

Spring is blossoming in Paris as sprigs of green sneak into our grey city, bringing us back to life after months spent under winter skies. So
by Emily Dilling
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The Four Best Bike Rides Spanning the Paris City Limits

A bicycle provides the perfect tempo for exploring a city. You can get from point A to point B faster than you would walking, but it’s slow
by Anna Brones
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Paris on Two Wheels: Our Tips for Navigating the City of Light by Bicycle

You’re in Paris. The sun is out, a cool breeze is blowing, café terraces and park lawns are full of sunbathing Parisians. The city is waiting to
by Anna Brones
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City of Love, Or City of Lonelyhearts? Every Relationship Has Two Sides

Making Magique Paris is for lovers. Unless you’re single. Like I was for the nearly two years I lived there. It was always a jab to my heart,
by Amy Thomas
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Au Revoir Paris, Bonjour NYC: What I’ll Miss and What I’ll Embrace

Jenny and David enjoying l’heure bleue in An Education Once you’re familiar with the sweet life in Paris, it’s no easy thing to leave.
by Amy Thomas
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New York or Paris: Une Bonne Question

Amy Thomas, the sweets queen behind the God I Love Paris blog and one of our very favorite contributors, can’t seem to decide whether she
by Amy Thomas
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Paris by Vélib’

Photo Erica Berman The nice thing about Paris is that it’s small for such a major city; a lot of things you might want to see and do are
by Sarah Raymond