The past couple of weeks have been very busy – much busier than I expected – but filled with exciting things to come. While it’s been a colder week in Paris we’ve been lucky to have days with a brilliant blue sky, which is always a welcome treat in January. Boomer decided to start taking in the view this week and now puts his front paws up on the bridges as we cross. It’s pretty adorable. We have a fun dinner with friends planned tonight and otherwise are enjoying a quiet weekend. Some of my favorites from Weekend Links Week Four include an article on France becoming the most visited country in 2025, the secret to a long life according to the French, and a good list of seven Paris restaurants to visit at least once. Enjoy!
Weekend Links Week Four
15 Tons Of Stone Delivered To Rebuild Notre Dame Vaulted Ceilings
Over a Million Demonstrate Against Pension Reform in France
Chicago Bulls Descend on Paris to Toast Off-White — and Play Basketball
This Country Will Become the Most Visited on the Planet in 2025. It is such an exciting time to visit France. Get in touch with me here to create a tailor-made itinerary.
Bonjour, Miami: Giant French Bank, One of the World’s Largest, Setting Up Shop in Brickell
French Mayor Urges Madonna to Loan City Painting Lost in WWI
Sarcophagus of Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses II to Make Rare Visit to France
Yayoi Kusama’s Iconic Polka Dots Take Over Louis Vuitton Stores Around the World
This European City Is the Most Powerful in the World, According to a New Ranking
Paris Design Week 2023: What to See at the Fair and in Town
The Hotel Where You Can Sleep in Two Countries at the Same Time
The Southern French Cheese You Should Always Buy At Costco
This Cool French Sports Car Brand Is Coming to America
If You Dream of Life in the French Countryside, We’ve Found the Perfect Escape
This New Hotel Might Be the Most Fashionable in Paris
The Dismantling of Belleville: A Parisian Village Lost to the Wrecking Ball
You Don’t Have to See Versailles Like the Peasants
What is the Secret to a Long Life, According to the French?
Here Are The Differences Between American And French Omelets
I am Finally French, After Years of Longing
7 Essential Paris Restaurants Everyone Should Visit at Least Once
How the French Outsmarted German Bomber Pilots During WWI by Building a Sham Paris with Fake People and Replicas of Monuments
The Cheapest Nicest Hotels in Paris
The Rustic French Origins Of Cassoulet
Why You Need to Visit Toulon this Year
France, NBA Announce Comprehensive Plan to Elevate Basketball in France and Africa
The Shape Of Your French Croissant Could Have A Hidden Meaning
A Parisian Wanderer with a Humanist Lens
I hope you enjoyed week four 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 toutes et à tous!