In the 20 years that I have owned a little studio apartment in Paris’s ninth arrondissement, the district has changed considerably. Almost every restaurant has been replaced at successive intervals by other restaurants; fancy gift shops have been transformed into Italian … Read More
France’s reputation for being anti-entrepreneur and pro-big labor was never entirely deserved, but the times are definitely changing. The massive strikes that used to fill the streets and squares with demonstrators and knock out public transport and other services, sometimes … Read More
Who hasn’t dreamed of living in a romantic Paris apartment with tall windows, original molding, exposed beams and a fireplace with a big mirror above it and wooden beams? Behind all that charm, however, there are other factors that enraptured … Read More
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