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From the rooftop at Galeries Lafayette.
Four months ago I wrote my first travel column, and this week I’m writing my last.
The Galeries Lafayette is an upmarket French department store chain. Its flagship store is on Boulevard Haussmann in the 9th arrondissement of Paris.
There are a lot of words that translate from English to French strangely. Take “French toast” for example, which I discovered on my breakfast menu had been translated to “pain perdu,” meaning “lost bread.”
PAUL on Champs-Élysées was set on fire during a riot in Paris on Nov. 22.
This weekend was my first time celebrating Thanksgiving abroad. Of course, I figured it would be different. Grocery stores don’t exactly sell canned yams here.
Vogue Paris editors discuss the role of fashion journalism at the Vogue Paris Fashion Festival on Nov 10.
Final exams are almost around the corner, but there’s only one test I actually care about acing – the Vogue Paris Fashion Festival. In case you forgot to study, here’s a quick recap:
Back in 6th grade French class, I remember wanting to go to Paris for three, specific things: First I wanted to see the Centre Pompidou. Then, the Catacombes. But most importantly, I wanted to stay in a youth hostel, or as I learned the phrase on my vocabulary list, "une auberge jeunesse."
An 80-year-old French couple's kitchen in the home where they host students.
When travelling as a college student, you have to be comfortable with a variety of sleeping arrangements. We don't have a stable income, so a lot of times this also means not having a stable place to crash.
You meet a stranger on a Monday. By Tuesday, you’ve learned each other’s majors. By Wednesday, you’ve booked a trip together to Portugal.
When packing for a trip to Paris, it’s not hard to fill a suitcase or two. Okay, maybe even three.
The first real Parisian I met once told me being a vegetarian in France was “unpatriotic.”
The Queen's Apartment in Versailles was designed for Louis XIV's Queen Marie Thérèse of Austria. The main room is called "The Queen's Bedchamber."
When visiting a foreign country, the last thing you want to think is, “Wow, it’s just like Indiana.”
I didn’t know my clothes could speak English until I visited Paris. It was my first day in the city, and I had just attempted my first French conversation to ask the grocer if he carried any almond milk.