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'National Lampoon's European Vacation (1985)' Movie Review: Europe still stands
The Griswold's are on TV on the Pig in a Poke game show. Clark and Ellen and children Audrey and Rusty are doing quite well and may win the grand prize, a trip to Europe.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
PHOTOS: How The World Is Celebrating The Life Of Nelson Mandela
Paris's landmark, the Eiffel Tower, was lit up Thursday night to be the colors of the South African flag: The Eiffel Tower has been lit up in the colours of the South African flag to grieve over Nelson Mandela's death.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Favorite travel souvenirs from our readers
We asked USA TODAY readers: Show us your favorite souvenir and tell us the story behind it.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Brothers show support through photos
Philip and Adrian, both photographers, have published a calendar with all funds raised going towards paying for an overseas holiday for eight-year-old Lily Hester.
Scent of a Hotel - part 1.
Tell me frankly, what is the first thing that strikes you when you enter the precincts of a luscious hotel? Is it the imposing Baccarat Chandelier with ear drop crystals reflecting a desire and a promise for luxe living? Or is it the ever-smiling staff, starched in shape and fine tuned to deliver that impeccable service? Let me reveal a secret.
Zeppelin Ride Offers Panoramic View of Paris
Paris never runs out of ideas to entertain visitors. As summer was in full sway in September, the passenger zeppelin Airship Paris was launched in the Aeroprte de Pontoise north of Paris.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
French Lawmakers Consider Relaxing Sunday Shopping Rules
A woman makes her way past past opened and closed shops during a Sunday morning walk at the Butte Montmartre in Paris.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Philadelphia Museum Of Art Exhibition On Fernand Leger Looks At Paris In The 1920s
This fall's major exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, "Leger: Modern Art and the Metropolis," looks at the relationship between painting and urban culture in Paris during the 1920s.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
The Chronicle Herald
Taking time to drink in Paris
A view of the Pont au Change bridge, the first bridge to connect the Right and Left banks of Paris is presumed to have been built in the 9th century.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Bleak beauty: Evocative photographs of post-war Paris taken in 1946...
Bleak beauty: Photographs of post-war Paris taken in 1946 show the city of romance coming to terms with the ravages of war The snapper said he was moved by the tragic beauty of the city which was in mourning after World War 2 Dark, desolate and shrouded in mist, these evocative scenes of Paris show a city far removed from its brash confident city ... (more)
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Smith: A wallet and other objects of gratitude
A Paris policeman ranks high on the list of what retired SRJC music teacher/director Dan Goulart feels thankful for.
French Minister to meet with Chris Finlayson
M. Kader Arif, French Minister of Veterans' Affairs will travel to New Zealand on November 28th and 29th for an official visit dedicated to further talks and cooperation on the subject of First World War centenary programme, which will mark a major part of French-New Zealand relations from 2014 to 2018.
Boulogne-Billancourt Restaurant Offers Party Packages for Family and Business
To celebrate the season, the Courtyard Paris Boulogne is offering opportunities to gather with friends, family and colleagues over a good meal and a good cause.
The red shack on the wharf
Paris has the Eiffel Tower, Lady Liberty is to The Big Apple , The Big Ben is to London, etc.
Interesting Thing of the Day
Paris Sewers / Exploring the dark underbelly of the City of Light
Ah, Paris. It's one of my very favorite places, not least because its ITSKI is off the scale.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Thoroughly modern Montreal
American Airlines operates a daily flight to Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, with round-trip fares from about $600.
Times of Oman
Existentialist weekend in the French capital - Paris
A century on from the birth of Camus and 70 years since Sartre's 'Being and Nothingness', spend an Existentialist weekend in the French capital The idea of Existentialist Paris existed roughly from 1945, when Samedi-Soir claimed Jean-Paul Sartre had become "the master" to "the hairy adolescents of Saint-Germain-des-Pres", to 1952, when Elle ... (more)
US News & World Report
Affording to Show Your Children the World
My daughter has dreamed of going to Paris for as long as I can remember. In kindergarten, one of her major art projects involved a paper sculpture of the Eiffel Tower.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Watch a Great Short Film Comprised of Instagram Photos from 852 Diffferent Users
You're familiar with found-footage movies, but how about a found-Instagram film? That's one way to label Thomas Julien 's new video simply titled "An Instagram short film."
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Fernand Leger exhibit offers insights into lesser-known, formidable 20th-century artist
Fernand Leger was a very versatile and prolific French artist, an innovative pioneer of early 20th-century modernism.