Having confronted bed bugs twice in her Paris homes, an American mom got smart and learned how to evict these unwanted occupants.
A 22-year old Francophile offers her well-researched tips for overcoming the hurdles of moving to Paris permanently.
Jacqueline in Paris: Ann Mah’s Latest Book Imagines how Jackie Kennedy Was Transformed By Her Year Abroad
One year studying in Paris transformed a young woman called Jacqueline Bouvier who later become the wife of John F. Kennedy and one of the finest first Ladies of America.
After several visits to Paris, a young American is smitten with the city of light, life and love and explains why this foreign city feels like home.
An experienced traveler shares her experience on a popular European sleeper train and compares the important services aboard in each of the classes.
An experienced organizer of trips to Paris for Seniors discovers the joys and challenges of traveling with her own elderly mother.
Just where do you fit in when you move abroad and stay? An American who declares she is living in France forever searches for the meaning of her identity as an expat or immigrant.
A Canadian author writes about her love affair with Paris through the seasons as a teenager, young adult and now married woman and mother.
Oliver Gee and Lina Nordin Gee take a break from their busy lives to discuss their creative process and what they love about exploring Paris.