This week I’ve compiled 16 articles for Weekend Links Week 11. Favorites include the untold story of the Women’s Oversea Hospitals Unit during World War I (a must-read), Annie Leibovitz on the legacy of Henri Cartier-Bresson, two different Parisian wallpapers, and a list of France’s 15 most iconic drinks.
Weekend Links Week 11
The Untold Story of Women Who Risked Their Lives To do Good — and Get Their Rights (my must-read of the week)
Five places to buy French Vineyards on a Budget (just in case anyone is in the market to buy a vineyard)
Have You Tasted France’s 15 Most Iconic Drinks? (I’m missing three: Chouchen, L’Orangerie Liqueur, and Pschitt!)
Annie Leibovitz on the legacy of Henri Cartier-Bresson (a great story)
Let’s Pretend We’re in This Floating Swimming Pool in the Middle Of Paris (I wish I would’ve thought about this during the heatwave last week)
Boat of the Week: Inside the ‘Pink Flamingo,’ Edith Piaf’s 100-Foot Floating Love Nest (looks like a bit of a fixer-upper but very cool nonetheless)
I hope you enjoyed week 11 of Weekend Links! I’d love to hear which articles about France were your favorites. Feel free to send me an email or leave a comment below. Bon week-end à tous!