Paris, Italy Travel Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. On historic foray, Castro visits France as Cuba opens upRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Bellingham Herald

    Cuba's President Raul Castro, left, shakes hands with war veterans during a ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, Monday, Feb. 1, 2016. Raul Castro is paying a state visit to France, in the first European foray by a Cuban leader in two decades, as Cuba opens up its economy.

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  2. Raul Castro Visits France on Historic Trip as Cuba Opens UpRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | ABC News

    Cuban President Raul Castro is paying an historic state visit to France , seeking to develop business and tourism ties as the Caribbean island opens up its economy. The trip comes after a breakthrough deal was reached in Paris in December to lighten Cuba's foreign debt - and days after France hosted the leader of another long-time pariah state: Iran.

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  3. Cuba's Castro visiting France in 1st European foray in 2 decadesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | PanArmenian Network

    PanARMENIAN.Net - Cuban President Raul Castro is paying a state visit to France , in the first European foray by a Cuban leader in two decades, as Cuba opens up its economy, the Associated Press reports. The trip comes after a breakthrough deal was reached in Paris in December lightening Cuba's foreign debt - and days after France hosted the leader of another long-time pariah state: Iran.

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  4. French Police Declare War on AirBnBBy Erin ZaleskiRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 31 | The Daily Beast

    Tourists take heed! If your idea of a perfect stay in the City of Lights involves your own Paris pad, City Hall could come knocking on your door. Which is exactly what Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo's 15-strong team of inspectors did a couple of weeks ago in the stylish 1st and 6th arrondissements when they conducted door-to-door visits in an attempt to crack down on illegal vacation rentals.

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  5. A Picasso pilgrimage in EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 30 | The London Free Press

    The Musee Picasso in Paris is the best place to go for a complete overview of the master's work. RICK STEVES PHOTO Pablo Picasso was the most famous and -- OK, I'll say it -- greatest artist of the 20th century.

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  6. Mon Historie d'Amour avec Mon EstomacRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 30 | Perfect Duluth Day

    It's not romantic. Paris with the one you love is romantic. Paris while you navigate the rain, the metro transit system, and a creative-writing residency class-load and its homework, is challenging and more than a little lonely.

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  7. Paris delights us as much as everRead the original story

    Friday Jan 29 | SFGate

    Clockwise from top left: The Picasso Museum's Diego Giacometti chandelier; Wesley at the Eiffel Tower; A lion sculpture at the Jardin du Luxembourg; the Fondation Louis Vuitton's Frank Gehry-designed location; a l spiral staircase at L'Hotel; Wesley people-watches at Chez Camille. Clockwise from top left: The Picasso Museum's Diego Giacometti chandelier; Wesley at the Eiffel Tower; A lion sculpture at the Jardin du Luxembourg; the Fondation Louis Vuitton's Frank Gehry-designed ... more In the aftermath of the November attacks in Paris, the world showed its support in myriad ways, from the waves of love on social media to landmarks lit up in France's national red, white and blue.

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  8. You Can Now Visit the Guggenheim Through Your ComputerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Wired

    The Guggenheim Museum in New York City is as much a tribute to architecture as it is to art. The building, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is a wonder to wander through, with its soaring atrium and gleaming, spiraled ramps.

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  9. In the city of blinding lightRead the original story

    Sep 28, 2007 | Ashley Richards' Diary

    Well after months of planning we got to Paris. Everything was going perfectly until we tried to find the apartment.

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  10. Point of interest: Rosedale Memorial ArchRead the original story

    Feb 19, 2010 | Examiner.com

    Upon traveling down Rainbow Boulevard, one may start to think they have traveled to Paris, France. Modeled after the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, Kansas City is home to a unique monument honoring those who lost their lives in significant wars of the past: the Rosedale Memorial Arch .

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  11. Passenger plane with 150 people on board makes emergency landing...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 23 | Daily Mail

    Into the wild: The incredible new properties added to National Geographic's Unique Lodges Of The World Snowboarder who filmed himself triggering an avalanche says he was just 'having fun' after resort presses charges for putting lives at risk Black pudding and cider, who could ask for more? A discovery of a corner in Normandy that has an astonishing culinary speciality Peacocks at breakfast, milk baths and royal welcomes for every guest with trumpets and flower garlands: What it takes to be the No.1 hotel on TripAdvisor in the WORLD If you really can't resist thrills and spills visit the Orlando theme parks before exploring the 'real' Florida to see wildlife at its best She's a snow-paw-der! Eli the adorable beagle pulls her owners down ski slopes... and hitches a ride when she gets too tired Terror at 37,000 feet as tearful passengers scramble to put oxygen masks on after plane suffers ... (more)

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  12. Travel: Escape everyday life and discover hidden gems in AveyronRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Bournemouth Echo

    "In 200 metres left turn to Bannes and we are at the end of the tarmac," gite owner Sue Page tells me how to find what will become our holiday home for the week. And therein lies the charm of coming to stay in this part of the lush surrounds of Aveyron region of southern France - at the end of the tarmac, away from everyday life.

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  13. Spring 2016 Children's Announcements: Publishers T-ZRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Publishers' Weekly

    Knock! Knock! by Kaori Takahashi . A girl sets off to find her missing stuffed bear by knocking on the door of each apartment in her building.

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  14. Blizzard 2016 Got You Down? Embrace the Danish Concept of HyggeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Wired

    The Danish have a word, hygge , that crudely translates to "cozy." More accurately, it translates to, that profoundly content feeling you get when it's frigid outside but you're inside wearing flannel and drinking hot toddies in front of a fire .

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  15. Save on metro and taxi fare... bicycle around ParisRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2010 | Examiner.com

    Have you heard about Vlib' ? Well, if you have plans of going to Paris it's definitely something to get to know. For one thing, Paris is gorgeous and with the weather warm and sunny the city is best viewed while strolling.

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  16. For art lovers with a sense of adventure! The sculpture museum off...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Daily Mail

    Into the wild: The incredible new properties added to National Geographic's Unique Lodges Of The World Black pudding and cider, who could ask for more? A discovery of a corner in Normandy that has an astonishing culinary speciality Peacocks at breakfast, milk baths and royal welcomes for every guest with trumpets and flower garlands: What it takes to be the No.1 hotel on TripAdvisor in the WORLD If you really can't resist thrills and spills visit the Orlando theme parks before exploring the 'real' Florida to see wildlife at its best She's a snow-paw-der! Eli the adorable beagle pulls her owners down ski slopes... and hitches a ride when she gets too tired Terror at 37,000 feet as tearful passengers scramble to put oxygen masks on after plane suffers cabin pressure issue The world's only 'seven star' hotel is about to get even better: A sneak peek at Dubai's Burj Al Arab's new luxury ... (more)

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  17. Travel tip: Tour Paris with the help of a local guideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | San Jose Mercury News

    WHAT: Let a local help you uncover the richness of the City of Light via www.walkmysteps.com . The website offers private small tours of Paris with licensed local guides, who want to help you discover the city.

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  18. Created in the Netherlands: Why going Dutch brings out the very best of Center ParcsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Daily Mail

    Peacocks at breakfast, milk baths and royal welcomes for every guest with trumpets and flower garlands: What it takes to be the No.1 hotel on TripAdvisor in the WORLD She's a snow-paw-der! Eli the adorable beagle pulls her owners down ski slopes... and hitches a ride when she gets too tired Black pudding and cider, who could ask for more? A discovery of a corner in Normandy that has an astonishing culinary speciality The world's only 'seven star' hotel is about to get even better: A sneak peek at Dubai's Burj Al Arab's new luxury beachside resort If you really can't resist thrills and spills visit the Orlando theme parks before exploring the 'real' Florida to see wildlife at its best Inside the lavish villa where Revenant star Leonardo DiCaprio spent New Year's Eve Terror at 37,000 feet as tearful passengers scramble to put oxygen masks on after plane suffers cabin pressure issue Loos ... (more)

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  19. An Arabian oasis of culture: How Abu Dhabi is aiming to be one of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Mail on Sunday

    An Arabian oasis of culture: How Abu Dhabi is aiming to be one of the world's great artistic centres Peacocks at breakfast, milk baths and royal welcomes for every guest with trumpets and flower garlands: What it takes to be the No.1 hotel on TripAdvisor in the WORLD Inside the lavish villa where Leonardo DiCaprio spent New Year's If you really can't resist thrills and spills visit the Orlando theme parks before exploring the 'real' Florida to see wildlife at its best Loos made of ice blocks, navigating by shadow and -50c temperatures: Ex-SAS hero Andy McNab reveals the hardships he endured as he skied to the South Pole Terror at 37,000 feet as tearful passengers scramble to put oxygen masks on after plane suffers cabin pressure issue An Arabian oasis of culture: How Abu Dhabi is aiming to be one of the world's great artistic centres And the world's best small hotel is in ... Chester! ... (more)

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  20. Paris Travel Tips WantedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2016 | Decor8

    Hello lovely friends. I will go to Paris later this month for a week to work. First, for my new client Merci , and then to visit the Maison + Objet along with a bunch of other fun studios to visit crammed along the way.

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