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Paris for Beginners

My love affair with Paris began 21 years ago. I took advantage of an Air France fare sale and went to Paris for the first time. It was over my birthday weekend in March 1996. It was only my second … Continue reading

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The Daily Post: Or

I have been fortunate to have traveled to many of Europe’s great cities, and I love most of them. There are two, however, that I love the most – and have visited the most: London and Paris. When scheduling a … Continue reading

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20 Year Love Affair with Paris

My “love affair” with Paris began 20 years ago. It was a spontaneous decision to visit a place I’ve never been, and on my own traveling to Europe for the first time ever. My previous trip to Europe had been … Continue reading

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2016 Travel Plans

A new year brings excitement and opportunity. While I don’t do formal resolutions, I do have a goal every year to visit a new country. I visited three new countries in 2015: Austria, Slovakia and Hungary. I might get to two … Continue reading

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My 2015 Travel Review

My first trip in 2015 was to London and Paris in February. I love both cities and didn’t want to decide so I spent time in both places. I started in London. I am a bit of a theatre snob, … Continue reading

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Review: Foundation Louis Vuitton

Go for the building, not for the art. Foundation Louis Vuitton is the latest architectural creation of Frank Gehry.    He also designed the Guggenheim Museum in Bilboa, Spain and the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. I’ve … Continue reading

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Notre Dame de Paris

I’ve been to Paris many, many times. Yet, I have still never been inside Notre Dame. I’ve walked to the top; and I highly recommend doing that. Perhaps I will go inside next time.

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