Louis Vuitton. The shop on the Champs Elysée in Paris is often decorated extravagantly and rightly so. It is known for high priced accessories, leather goods and luggage. But there is also the Fondation Louis Vuitton art museum and cultural centre which opened in Paris in October 2014.
It’s been the talk of the town and I made a short journey there recently to check it out and decide what all the fuss was about. Would I love it or leave it?
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Watching these two French movies may inspire you to visit two Paris museums: the Rodin Museum and Maison Victor Hugo. Continue reading →
I admit I have no sense of direction. It took me 25 years and 4 attempts until I finally found Marché Aux Puces in Paris. And it was worth the perseverance.
The literal translation is “Flea Market” but the Marché Aux Puces de Saint-Ouen is much more (and nicer) than a typical flea market. It was created in 1885 and is supposedly the largest antique market in the world. Continue reading →
Here’s a great experience where you DON’T have to understand French! How To Become Parisian In One Hour is an English-language comedy show you should see and I have seen it in Paris twice. I thought I would share a few highlights. Continue reading →