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Paris Like the First Time, Again

Coming back after a lengthy hiatus, so much had changed. I’m living in new neighborhoods, seeing new people, tasting new foods. It’s like the Paris I lived in before was just a postcard, and now
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Paris’ Favorite Left Bank Bookshop Opens Shakespeare & Company Café

Welcome to the Shakespeare & Company Café, where you can escape into a book from one of the shelves or from next door, grab a latte on the go,
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Strolling Through Paris, Part II: A Tour of Central Paris’ Historic Towers

The most famous tower in Paris is certainly the Eiffel Tower. Beautiful as it may be, the masses of visitors in summer are overwhelming. Luckily,
by Lily Heise
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Memorial: George Whitman, Founder of Paris’ Shakespeare & Company

What can I add to this week’s hundreds of tributes to the legendary proprietor of Paris’s Shakespeare and Company bookshop, George
by Badaude
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Christmas in the City of Lights: Seeking Out Paris’ Holiday Cheer

Mic Mac When I popped home to the UK in November, London was already in full festive swing with Christmas trees, festive songs and neon lights
by Victoria Wall
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Paris in the Winter: The City of Light Shines

Above: Christmas window at Galleries Lafayette, Paris (JournaldesVitrines); Below: Christmas windows Galeries Lafayette (JournaldesVitrines);
by Fiona Hilliard
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Paris’ Hidden Gems: Secret Movie Locations

Lisa Weatherbee – Hotel Du Nord NOT the Eiffel Tower. We’ve seen it so many times! From the Lumière Brothers’ 1897 Panorama to Merchant
by Badaude
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Totally Seine in Paris – Getting Around by Boat

As sunny days gain hold in Paris, an excellent, and somewhat secret, transportation alternative shines through. Linda Donahue, HiP Paris friend
by Parisien Salon
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A Paris Collage by Evan Robertson

Having lived in Paris, our friend Nichole and her husband Evan have serious skills when it comes to capturing the aesthetic details that make
by Tory Hoen
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Something for Everyone on Christmas Day in Paris

Ornaments at Christmas market. Photo: hotels-paris-rive-gauche.com Text by Emma Haberman With just a few more chocolates left in the advent
by HiP Paris
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Exploring Paris’ Art & Architecture with Context Tours

Gargoyle on Notre Dame – www.photosfan.com While Paris is the perfect city for aimless ambling, there is a time and a place for directed
by Tory Hoen