Planning a trip around the world requires a lot of decision making on your part, tops being where you’re going to go. Making decisions and prioritizing is a difficult part of the panning process, so we put together 3 multi-stop trips that include France in the itinerary. We used Indie, […]
Now that 2011 is over and we’ve read all the “Best of 2011” lists until we came to the end of the Internet, how about we start looking ahead to the best of 2012? Or more specifically, to the best French travel in 2012. Whether you’re looking for a honeymoon […]
So, you’ve got 10 days in France, huh? EXCELLENT! Let’s get started on planning a fun trip for you. What I’m going to do is give you several three-day itineraries for France, which you can mix and match with as many days in Paris as you wish – or if […]
The French Riviera is by far my favorite region of France. The sea is a startling, ever-changing combination of blues, greens and silvers; the weather always seems perfect, except during dramatic, cinematic, infrequent rainstorms; seafood and rosé wine are practically their own food groups; and everyone you see seems to […]
Consider this your French food encyclopedia, because it’s my favorite topic of conversation and you deserve nothing less. Here we go! Five Golden Rules of Eating in France Eat seasonally. For the most part, you won’t have any choice in the matter because by and large, chefs in France wouldn’t […]
A guide on the different wine regions of France
If you are traveling to France and just can’t imagine staying in a hotel without a view of the Eiffel Tower, then here is a list of hotels from which you can spot the iconic French structure.
A UNESCO World Heritage site, the unique village and abbey on the rocky islet off the normandy coast is visited by over 3 million people every year.
There are no less than a kabillion reasons to want to learn about cooking, food and gastronomy while on vacation in France. And for each reason, there are cooking classes in France that are holding a place for you – RIGHT NOW. From Provence to Paris to the Perigord, from […]
Headed to Provence? Here is a list of the Top 1o things to do/see/visit/eat while you are there.