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If Rapunzel Was French, She Would Shop Here – Officine Universelle Buly 1803 in Paris, France

Shopping at Officine Universelle Buly 1803 in Paris, France is a bit like being transported to another era. It's a place filled with beauty elixirs in stunning bottles balanced on gorgeous antique wood shelves. The only other place like it... Continue Reading →

The Macaron Magician – Pierre Hermé in Paris, France

The list of fine foods and pastries associated with France is long and illustrious. One could spend an endless number of brunches debating whether L'Atelier de Éclair or L'Éclair de Génie has the best éclairs, but when it comes to... Continue Reading →

See Them Before They Disappear – Grande Galerie de L’Évolution in Paris, France

A visit to Paris, France doesn't have to be all about delicious éclairs and macarons. It can also be an incredible learning opportunity for your mind, not just your tastebuds. The Grande Galerie de L'Évolution (or the Grand Hall of Evolution) is part... Continue Reading →

Surf Like a Frenchie – Cuisse de Grenouille in Paris, France

We have a soft spot in our hearts for quirky local brands. In Havana, Cuba we're big fans of Clandestina (for one of a kind upcycled fashion) and Cris-Cris (for bathing suits you won't find anywhere else). If you're in Mumbai, India, we... Continue Reading →

Yes, You Can Actually Spend a Night in a French Bakery – Hôtel du Petit Moulin in Paris, France

The Marais calls Paris' swanky third and fourth arrondissements home. Filled with beautiful buildings and cobblestone streets, it is a neighborhood you could attempt to spend a lifetime discovering. Behind every hidden alley way and each corner lie hip brunch spots... Continue Reading →

Sweet as Candy – The Tradition Behind Le Coussin de Lyon and Voisin in Lyon, France

Lyon, France is a city that has a rich culinary tradition. It is home to Paul Bocuse and the foodie paradise that is Les Halles de Lyon, where 50 merchants sell a decadent array of gastronomic wonders. Before Bocuse ...and even... Continue Reading →

A Fizz Fantastic – You’ll Find the World’s Finest Champagne in a Place that Isn’t Open to the Public

Like any good adventurer, I prefer to do a bit of research before we head out the door. Sometimes when I hear the phrase, "Not open to the public," my circuits get curiously confused. Instead of taking the logical next... Continue Reading →

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