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Exploring the Bois de Boulogne, an Oasis of Green on Paris’ West Side

The good King Dagobert would hunt bear and wild boar through the forest that is now the 2000-acre Bois de Boulogne on the western edge of Paris. That was over 1000 years ago, but the woods are
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Le Bon Georges: Fresh Food and Friendly Dining in Paris’ SoPi Neighborhood

With a menu that embraces the best of France and an approach to customer service that rejects the worst, Le Bon Georges is swiftly becoming a new
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by Emily Dilling
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Eating and Drinking Our Way Around Montreuil, Paris’ Neighbor to the East

Approaching Montreuil on the eastern bound line nine, you're welcomed to the unique Paris suburb as your metro tram whizzes by the Montreuil
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by Emily Dilling
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La Table de Cybèle: Fresh and Local Dining in Boulogne

It’s seems that Boulogne, a relatively staid suburb of Paris, is becoming spunkier as a different breed of establishment seems to be seeping into
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by Forest Collins
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Our Top Six Craft Beer Shops Around Paris

Craft beer is slowly but surely making its way into the Parisian palate. This May, Paris Beer Week inundated the city’s craft beer bars with
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by Kate Robinson
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La Goutte D’Or: Paris’ Eccentric, Lively, Diverse Up-and-Coming Neighborhood

There are few things in the world that make me happier than living in the 18th arrondissement. One could argue that it's pretty great living
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by Emily Dilling
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Je Suis Paris: Images of Solidarity and Hope in the Face of Tragedy

Here in Paris the post-tragedy healing process will inevitably be a long one, but in the mere few days since Friday’s brutal attacks, Paris has
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by Erin Dahl
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The Guinguette Revival: 30s-style Dancing, Drinking, and Dining Along the Seine

Parisians who can’t flock to the seaside during the summer months are still drawn to their closest water sources, as evidenced by the popularity
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by Lily Heise
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10 Reasons to Love August in Paris

For those who cherish the peaceful atmosphere resulting from the mass exodus of holiday-goers, August is Paris’ most prized month. In the past, I
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by Lily Heise
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Happy New Year 2015! The Best of HiP Paris 2014

It is hard to believe that yet another year has come to a close, and in ringing in 2015 we find ourselves both grateful for the year past and
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by Erin Dahl
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Rue Myrha: One of the Coolest Corners of Paris’ Goutte D’Or

The Goutte d’Or neighborhood is not the Paris most visitors expect when they land at Charles de Gaulle airport. However, a quick stroll in the
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by Elena Berton
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Exploring the Hidden Gems of Paris’ Chic 16th Arrondissement

This area, centered around the charming village of Passy where genteel manor homes used to fill the bucolic countryside, is now the 16th
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by Sylvia Sabes
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Belle Maison Restaurant Paris: Seafood & Ambiance by Pigalle

Montmartre and Pigalle may be the home of many scenic spots and a wide range of cafés perfect for a quick lunch or coffee break, but the area is
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by Elena Berton
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