We shall casually pretend that all of our crew was not superbly busy and absent from posting for a while - and thus will continue to our belated thoughts on the subject of the Chocolate Salon.
Bonnat, the sun of our horizont
As you have
You know what is so great about Paris ? One of great things anyhow. It is the possibility to get acquainted with other cultures that make a part of that city. There is an American Paris (we talk about on our Montmartre and Montparnasse visits),
After yet another lengthy pause (just so you would wish for the article more), we resume with the adventure of our favorite YA author, Amy Plum, and her courageous venture below the soft belly of Paris. Here goes:
This is Part 6 of my adventures
This museum is not (only) an interesting work of architecture and an homage to the French colonial past and present; it also has some very interesting collections to show. While we won't attempt to cover all of it all at once, we will turn our
One of the things that you should always count on living in Paris (or visiting, or just passing by) is getting stuck in traffic or, even more often, getting stuck due to some unforeseen event whose magnitude can easily overwhelm you. In case, it is
So after a couple of months of intense touring where all our explorers and guides were taken, we finally grab a day off and are able to pursue some aimless Paris gallivanting - with nothing but an idea of walking from one place to another,
After somewhat of a pause, we resume with the adventure of our favorite YA author, Amy Plum, and her courageous venture below the soft belly of Paris. Here goes:
This is Part 5 of my adventures exploring the off-limit catacombs under Paris. Here are Part
After a lengthy pause, mostly caused by some of our staff members traveling to different conferences across the big pond and some other members working like there's no tomorrow, we're back with BS in Paris - this time (yet again) we take the story away
This is the 4th installment of my adventures in the off-limit Paris catacombs. Here are Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.
Wandering 60+ feet below the surface of Paris, three specific periods of time seemed to jump out at me. I talked a little bit
Our new weekly podcast is out! This time, Boris and Sam talk abou the name of a metro station (one of many to come) - this time it is métro Goncourt. Listen to a very interesting history of the 19th century masters of trash, gossip