From the top of the limestone escarpment, the Canal du Nivernais appeared no wider than a ribbon, the stationary canal
France – In Epernay built on champagne - quite literally. Some 70 miles of cellars, filled with 200 million bottles,
BUSTRONOME French cuisine, Place Charles de Gaulle Etoile, on the corner with Avenue Kleber (16th) Combine sightseeing and bistro dining
Mama Mamo The trend continues in Paris of welcoming
Flower shops and bistros thrive cheek by jowl along die Rue Lepic, gateway to Paris's neon-dappled hilltop village of Montmartre.
Hollywood directors have long grasped the luminous romantic appeal of Paris. The Seine was turned into a set when MGM