Paris Museums

August is traditionally the month when Paris shuts down, as locals take off to their coastal and country retreats, shuttering many shops and restaurants in their wake. While no longer the ghost town it once was at this time of year, Paris nevertheless still slows to a lazier pace in the final weeks of summer. […]

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June is the month of the rose, a flower that strikes me as being quintessentially Parisian. Sure, the rose is internationally beloved, having a long history in China, Greece, Egypt, Rome, the Middle East, England … but it just seems so perfectly at home in Paris. Maybe it’s because my first-ever perfume was the olfactory […]

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