Weekend Links: Week 17

This weekend we are in Normandy and I couldn’t be happier about it. I’ve missed it so much and can’t even begin to describe how nice it feels to be out of Paris, if only for a weekend, after almost eight straight months. Weekend Links Week 17 has lots of articles that I hope you’ll enjoy reading. Some of my favorites include how you can rent Claude Monet’s Giverny house on Airbnb, a piece on the lost art of coffee drinking, how to buy a house in Normandy, and timeless vintage photos of Grace Kelly’s wedding to Prince Rainier III.

New COVID-19 Cases in France Increase More Slowly

House Tour: A Pared-Back 19th-Century Apartment in Paris

Claude Monet’s House in Giverny is Available to Rent on Airbnb. So cool.

Pho in Paris, Oysters in Bordeaux – Places a Wine Lover and Former Restaurateur Cannot Wait to Eat at Again When Travel to Europe is Possible

With France on the Table, Americans See a Chance for Summer Vacations in Europe

Back in the Mood for Bubbles: Champagne Sales are Popping Again

Why You Need This Historic Royal Palace On Your Paris Itinerary. I agree – you can click here to take a spring walk through the Jardin du Palais Royal.

1982 Paris Photo Reveals ‘Lost Art’ of Coffee Drinking

april flowers in paris

Isabelle Huppert Reveals her Favorite Left Bank Hotspots in Paris. She mentions some great places to add to your Left Bank list!

The Freedom Found Thanks to a Bike During Lockdown

Paris Perfumers Help COVID-19 Long-Haulers Regain Their Sense of Smell

France Plans to Reopen to Vaccinated Americans This Summer

Live Blog: Astronauts Including France’s Thomas Pesquet Blast Off for ISS Aboard SpaceX Capsule

Ruinart Unveils A Sustainable ‘Second Skin’ Champagne Case In The U.S. For Earth Day

Inside a Super Chic Parisian Aerie Designed by Isabelle Stanislas

Four Affordable Hotels for a Weekend in the South of France. Already dreaming of visiting all of these places.

Ami Celebrates the Individuality of the City and Citizens of Paris

For Earth Day, Try A Six Pack From France

Tribeca-Bound, Paris-Set ‘Roaring 20’s’ Acquired by Films Boutique

How to Buy a House in Normandy, France. There are some great spots available if you’re in the market!

Navigating a Mini Suez Canal in France

This Historic Parisian Apartment Reveals Its New Look

Grace Kelly’s Wedding to Prince Rainier III in Nine Vintage Shots. Not technically France although Monaco is close enough I think…these are fabulous photos of a timeless wedding.

Can’t Eat Out? In Locked Down Paris, a Chef Can Come To You

Relief in Sight for France as Café Terraces, Museums to Reopen Mid-May

French President Macron on Racism on Both Sides of the Atlantic: “We Have to Rebuild the Unity of our Societies”

France Becomes First Country in Europe to Launch Digital Health Pass for Travel

Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch Finally has a Premiere Date

Six Macaron Recipes for the Perfect Parisian Treat. If you really want to master your macaron skills, you can sign up for a virtual workshop from Versailles with Molly Wilkinson!

coral peonies

The Five Pieces a Woman Should Always Have in Her Wardrobe According to the Founder of Maje

Pierre-Louis Gerlier Architecte Gives Paris Studio Apartment Hotel-Like Aesthetic

The 26-Year-Old Chef Leading a New Wave of French Cuisine

France Expects to Lift Domestic Travel Restrictions on May 3rd

France Kicks off Europe’s Vaccine Donations to Poorer States

Now You Can Adopt One of Notre-Dame’s Grotesque Stone Creatures to Help Fund Rebuilding. Such a cool way to be involved in a specific part of the restoration.

Two 500-Year-Old Mansions Join as One in This Historic Corsican Estate

I hope you enjoyed week 17 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 et à toutes!

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