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Tuesday Oct 30, 2012
As the gateway to the most prestigious vineyards of Burgundy, Dijon is the capital of the Burgundy region, a city nestled within one of France’s largest protected areas of nearly 250 acres.
By Mark Thompson | Tuesday Oct 30, 2012
The "route des Grands Crus" is the "Champs-Elysees" of Burgundy, home to some of France’s most famous vineyards. Located approximately 20 miles from Dijon, the Cote de Nuits wine region is 90 minutes by train from Paris - perfect for a weekend getaway.
Monday Oct 22, 2012
A recent show house in Paris was initiated by AD Intérieurs’s query to thirteen interior designers to interpret the theme "journeys of the imagination."
Tuesday Oct 16, 2012
A youthful city with numerous schools of higher learning, Nancy is home to more than 45,000 students; 90 minutes from Paris by high-speed train), the northeastern French city in the Lorraine makes for a perfect weekend getaway.
By Mark Thompson | Tuesday Oct 16, 2012
Nancy is the city that rivaled Paris as a center of art and architecture at the end of the 19th century. First built in the 11th century, Nancy was the one-time capital of the Duchy of Lorraine, which helped it attract many artists.
By Mark Thompson | Thursday Oct 4, 2012
The next time you’re thinking of a week in Paris, think about spending a weekend in nearby Reims, the center of the Champagne region and home to one of the three most beautiful Gothic cathedrals in the world (the other two being Chartres and Amiens).
By Mark Thompson | Friday Sep 28, 2012
Air France’s A380, the world’s largest civil aircraft, made its inaugural flight between Paris and New York in November of 2009. In the ensuing two years, this double-decker, four-engine super jumbo aircraft has become favored by aeronautic aficionados.
By Kilian Melloy | Friday Apr 13, 2012
The lightness and spirit of a good white wine together with the rich nose and artfully interacting flavors of a full bodied red. That was the case at this year’s Wines de Provence event in Boston.
Tuesday Aug 2, 2011
As a phrase, "summer in Paris" has a kind of hypnotizing appeal - and to find oneself in the City of Light during the brightest season is to fall in love with the city’s charms all over again.
By Mark Thompson | Tuesday Aug 2, 2011
Even with a weakened dollar, it’s still possible to vacation in Paris. Picnic on the banks of the Seine. Wander the Tuileries. Stroll through the Marais. A thousand quotidian pleasures will remind you why you’ll always love Paris best.
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