Paris Travel Articles

 
Walking through Paris – France, Europe
Walking through Paris – France, Europe For Neha Kirpal a trip to Paris is an enchanting experience - like walking into art, history and culture - all rolled into one!
April 1999 – Paris, France
April 1999 – Paris, France Newsletter. Go ahead, sign up for the BootsnAll bi-monthly newsletter.
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Carved Elephant Tusks Rock – Paris, France, Europe
John M. Edwards found something he wanted and at a good price, or so he thought.
Parisians, Friends or Foes – France, Europe
Jim Enos walked into a private party at a local restaurant, started to leave when...
Admiring Outdoor Sculptures in Paris – France, Europe
Admiring Outdoor Sculptures in Paris – France, Europe Miranda Vitello looks beyond the major museums to find some of the most spectacular art in Paris.
We’ll Always Have Paris, But What About Our Luggage? – France, Europe
We’ll Always Have Paris, But What About Our Luggage? – France, Europe Rex Crum finally gets to Paris, only his luggage doesn't. That's just the start of his French trip's comedy of errors.
The Cure For Tired Feet – Paris, France, Europe

Janis Mitchell tells a humorous tale of Paris travel for a family of three. The Cure for Tired Feet is about walking in the City of Light.

My Best Valentine’s Day in Paris – Paris, France, Europe
Lisa Dawner and her husband spent Valentine's Day plus a few extra at a fabulous B & B right next to the Place de la Concorde.
Locked Up in Paris – Paris, France, Europe
Have you ever been locked out of your hotel room in a strange country? Has it ever cost you 1,924.53 Australian dollars to get back in? Here’s what happened to Rob Wildman, and how easily it can happe
Remembrance of Things Past: Pere Lachaise Cemetery – Paris, France, Europe
Remembrance of Things Past: Pere Lachaise Cemetery – Paris, France, Europe Even though some of the most interesting, talented and creative people of the past two centuries are buried under the oak and almond trees of the Pere Lachaise Cemetery, still, Pat Walker would not wa