Along with great wine and exquisite food, France is world-renowned for its art. Senior Contributing Editor Sharon Spence takes on all of these as she goes on an art vacation in Southern France. But this time she's not just looking at the art, she's making it.
A musing on the Paris that saw, and remembers, the death of a princess.
A wildly weird whirlwind tour of Pere-Lachaise, the most famous cemetery in the Western world.
Hot tips on dining in Paris and abroad.
Take a wander down a road brimming with contradictions, history, art and food...
A story of bulls, flamingoes, food and history off the beaten path in Southern France...
A sensational place of Bronze Age art and heavenly views close by France's famous Côte d'Azur.
On a recent trip to Paris, writer James Priest completes his duties as a conscientious tourist.
The author takes us on a delightful, historical tour through several French castles.
Everything you need to know about sipping and purchasing French cognac.
While Cassis, a quaint fishing village on the French Mediterranean, does not have the glitz and glamour of the Cote d'Azur, its neighbor to the east, it is not without its own sex appeal in the form of…Calanques.