Paris Redux: The 107,000-Mile Ticket?

During the winter holidays in Paris the Eiffel tower and the Champs Elysees are strung with twinkling lights. I’m imagining how beautiful that must be, even as I’m writing from the winter wonderland of Jackson Hole, where our Town Square with its famous antler arches is draped in sparkling blue lights. Still, I dream […]

Edward goes to the Hotel Monaco

In Paris, people adore their chiens and take them everywhere. They take them to restaurants, hair salons and shops. As you may have read in my past blog post, during the French class I took in Paris, the teacher told us to ask her any question that would be useful and she would be […]

Museum Lights Out (Temporarily) in the City of Lights: a “grève” situation

Lights out at the Louvre

My daughter Anna had a dream of going to Paris this Christmas. She looked up photos of Paris during the holidays – the cozy cafes, the twinkling white lights. It didn’t work out for us to go this year. In hindsight, I’m relieved we didn’t splurge on tickets […]