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How To Throw A Classy Bachelorette Weekend In Paris

BY WENDY HUNG Sure, it’ll be a few days of unlimited boozing and guaranteed debauchery. But there’s still a way to do it all with a dash of class, especially in the City of Light.  Friday night: Find a hot party in town like the one at Opéra Garnier. 8 Rue Scribe, 75009 Paris, France (map, website) Kick […]

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Heroes Who Stopped The Paris Train Attack Receive Top Honor

BY JST NEWS Les héros du #Thalys décorés de la #LegiondHonneur par @fhollande à l’@Elysee pic.twitter.com/cfQxLvCiIC — Frédéric Leturque (@FLeturque) August 24, 2015 Heroes honored. On Monday, France’s President Francois Hollande presented three Americans and a Briton with the Legion of Honor. The four men: British businessman Chris Norman, U.S. Airman Spencer Stone, National Guardsman […]

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It’s Happening…A Luxury Hotel In The Palace Of Versailles

BY JST NEWS The wait is over, admirers of Château de Versailles will have a chance to stay at the palace hotel. According to Condé Nast Traveler, Hôtel du Grand Contrôle may open as soon as next year. Palace management will renovate three buildings located outside of the château gates into a luxury hotel. Though the project […]

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11 Must-Do’s That Guarantee Your Best Moments In Brittany, France

BY WENDY HUNG Crêpes, ciders by the beach. Get your seaside mentality prepped by checking off these 11 must-do’s! Located in the northwest of France, Brittany (Bretagne in French) is a 3.5 train ride from Paris. In many ways, the region is known as Little Britain as it borders the English Channel, the Celtic Sea, the Atlantic […]

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Wendy’s August Founder’s Note: Staying Open

BY WENDY HUNG YouTube It’s been a month and a half of living in Paris. Fortunately, life has been sheer joy. Every day, every moment. After three months of emotional agony, constantly wondering why I live such a different life than my peers – nomadic, abroad, and single – I decided to live by the rule […]

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Rebooting A French Countryside Summer Getaway In Normandy

BY WENDY HUNG In the months of July and August, Paris becomes quiet and empty of locals. Companies and offices give employees 2-4 weeks off from work. Many plan international getaways, while some choose to spend it in the South of France to bake under the Riviera sun. Normandy is neither international nor in the French Riviera, […]

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French Police Reminding Travelers Of The Burqa Ban In French Alps

BY JST NEWS For travelers who wear traditional burqa or niqab, the French government is reminding you to unveil. If you’re visiting the Alps this summer, you’ve probably already noticed the French police are adamant about the ability to identify “any one person,” as Alain Favre, police commissioner, said to the Swiss newspaper Le Temps. SEE ALSO: 7 Style […]

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