There's more to southern France than the Riviera. While visitors flock to Nice, Cannes, and Monaco in droves, the western portion of France's Mediterranean coastline is just as beautiful--with half the tourists and for a fraction of the cost.
The area around the Rue des Rosiers has long been known as the “Jewish Quarter” of Paris. While this has always been partly true and partly misleading, the centre of Jewish cultural life in the capital is slowly shifting north.
It has been more than 70 years since the start of World War II, but tourists continue to visit war-related sights in Europe. Travel writer David Stewart White reviews a handful of important World War II venues in England and France.