Helena takes a closer look into the complex and contradictory thought processes of the ever chic Parisienne parfaite.
When America’s David Sedaris decided to move to Paris, it was to learn the language. What ensued was a hilarious insight into the illusive capital, whose truth is sometimes eclipsed by those lights for which it is so famous.
Brunch in Paris 18th: It’s fair to say that the Anglo-American brunch has become a robust tradition
Nantes is bursting with quirky places—elephant ride from the Machines de l’Ile, which features as one of the most unusual attractions of the city.
La ville française de Nantes regorge d’endroits insolites à explorer. Entre autres, la balade en éléphant au départ des « Machines de l’île », qui figure parmi les attractions les plus étonnantes.
Who knew there would be so many rules around kissing, especially in France!
No one makes plans, which means everyone has got time on their hands. Time to visit, time to eat. Time to sleep if you want to. Sunday in France is a time for everyone to just 'be', which often means 'being' together. I think that I’m starting to like it.
While in English we may be watching cats and dogs fall from the sky, in France, ‘il pleut comme vache qui pisse’ (it rains like a cow pissing), and the madness doesn’t end there.
What are your favourite French hideaways? Ronnie shows us hers, in Lyon.
Jacqueline, fanatical about France, enjoys the Parisian lifestyle. At home in the capital she fulfills her lifelong dream of living here! Learn about her challenges, best bits and tips.