Paris Travel Blog


7 Things You Didn’t Know About Winston Churchill

By: Historyfacts.com Winston Churchill is widely regarded as one of the greatest leaders of the 20th century, especially for his role in guiding Britain and the Allies to victory in World War […]

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France and Mexico Fought a War over Pastries

After Mexico won its independence from Spain in 1821, its political environment was unstable, and its relationship with France — another European colonial power — was tense. These tensions came to a head in 1832, when a group of Mexican army officers went into a pastry shop outside Mexico City.

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Let There Be Light

By Amber Minogue About Amber: Amber is a British ex-pat, happily living in Pari. She works as a teacher, a voice over artist and certified guide and has imaginatively combined […]

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By ChatGPT and Ivan Once upon a time, in the heart of Paris, there was a legendary Christmas tale that captivated the city’s spirit each year. The story unfolded in […]

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Giving Thanks for a Family Thanksgiving in France

By Sharon Carr About Sharon:  Sharon co-founded AmericanConcierge.com in 2014 giving her a platform to create and provide custom experiences in France (and the UK) to fellow travelers looking to […]

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Normally, Nothing is Lost in Translation

By Anne Swardson About Anne: Anne left the Washington Post to be a Paris-based feature editor for Bloomberg News. There, she was part of teams that won awards from the […]

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