That is, not politically, but on the plate. Le Figaro Magazine (Sunday May 14) announced that the ‘salade verte’ is in vogue. I know this is true because during a recent visit to Cahors, we ate at a restaurant bordering the Lot River. The chef told us: “If anyone who […]
In Friday, May 5th’s International Herald Tribune, Craig Smith writes about the Medecins du Monde (Doctors’ of the World) effort to alleviate the homeless in Paris by providing nylon tents. He states that a 2001 survey put the number of homeless in Paris at 15,000 yet the number has certainly […]
I don’t like to complain about any flight that makes a safe landing. Being a fearful traveler, every flight that leaves on time, flies over the Atlantic with minimal turbulence is a ’10’ in my book. But regarding US Air (and probably holding true for other US carriers) it’s time […]
So you’re wondering, is it okay to come to Paris – given the recent media feeding frenzy on ‘chaos in the capital’? The first few days of May have been sunny and idylllic, but beware of the St. Glace!