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Paris colors-- one photographer's multi-hued take on the city

Paris colors-- one photographer's multi-hued take on the city

Nichole Robertson roams the French capital capturing its browns, yellows, blues and more, for a blog and book
Parisians seek split from love locks

Parisians seek split from love locks

Campaigners in city of romance say padlocks on bridges are a buzz kill
Eiffel Tower turns 125 years

Eiffel Tower turns 125 years

The Parisian landmark was inaugurated on March 31, 1889 and was the tallest monument in the world for 41 years, until New York's Chrysler Building opened
Do anti-pollution car bans actually work?

Do anti-pollution car bans actually work?

After record pollution levels, Paris has made public transport free and partially banned cars. But do these measures ever succeed long-term?
How to be a Parisian: 11 tips for faking it

How to be a Parisian: 11 tips for faking it

No need to be a bumbling out of towner. These rules will help you fit right in
London beats Paris as top tourist city. Paris not impressed

London beats Paris as top tourist city. Paris not impressed

Paris says London "boastful" and "irrational" in proclaiming itself most visited city in the world
9 quirky and brilliant little Paris boutiques

9 quirky and brilliant little Paris boutiques

From taxidermists to spice stores and a vintage optometrist, Paris has preserved its cool little shops better than most big cities
12 most anticipated hotel openings of 2014

12 most anticipated hotel openings of 2014

From Amsterdam to Oman and London to L.A., hotels just keep getting swankier
World's most glamorous Christmas store windows

World's most glamorous Christmas store windows

Best time of year for window shopping? You gotta be kidding? It's here
14 beautiful hotels inspired by literature

14 beautiful hotels inspired by literature

Travel and literature make for cozy bedfellows. Here are some of the coolest hotels inspired by writers and their work
Paris street-art show headed for wrecking ball

Paris street-art show headed for wrecking ball

Street artists from around the world go wild on condemned tower block
Louvre hit by Chinese counterfeit ticket scam

Louvre hit by Chinese counterfeit ticket scam

Chinese gangs may be behind forging of thousands of passes to leading museum.
Paris thieves target Chinese tourists

Paris thieves target Chinese tourists

Police set up mobile crime reporting stations; petty theft up more than 20% this year
Luxury travel network announces top hotel, bar and spa

Luxury travel network announces top hotel, bar and spa

"Best of the Best" hotel awards announced in Vegas
Paris pickpocketing spate targets Chinese tourists

Paris pickpocketing spate targets Chinese tourists

Chinese seen as big spenders carrying plenty of cash
Eiffel Tower to reopen Thursday following strike

Eiffel Tower to reopen Thursday following strike

What's Paris without the Eiffel Tower? For two days, visitors to the city have been contending with the question
Flights canceled as French air traffic controllers strike

Flights canceled as French air traffic controllers strike

European Transport Workers' Federation says EU plans put cost-cutting ahead of jobs
Gallery: Magical Christmas window displays

Gallery: Magical Christmas window displays

Can't make it to London or Paris to shop for gifts? That's OK, we've brought their most fanciful holiday tableaus to you
Europe's best budget ski resorts

Europe's best budget ski resorts

Skiing in Europe isn't easy, especially when it comes time to pay the bill. These budget slopes make every fall a little softer
Beyond Prague: 8 undiscovered Eastern European cities

Beyond Prague: 8 undiscovered Eastern European cities

Budapest, Kiev, Prague? Been there, got the burger. These lesser-known cities still offer frontier thrills
7 ways Paris out-techs other cities

7 ways Paris out-techs other cities

Libraries with video game workshops for seniors, palaces with Google makeovers; the City of Light has a geeky side, too