Nichole Robertson roams the French capital capturing its browns, yellows, blues and more, for a blog and book
Searching living rooms and closets wears thin after five or ten times. There are more adventurous egg trails out there
Campaigners in city of romance say padlocks on bridges are a buzz kill
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
After record pollution levels, Paris has made public transport free and partially banned cars. But do these measures ever succeed long-term?
No need to be a bumbling out of towner. These rules will help you fit right in
So New York's just won a global cool crown -- but does it have vineyards in the city or possibly the world's most decadent mass dinner parties?
An increasing number of couples are saying "I will" on vacation. Here's what makes the perfect place to propose
Packed with computers and 400 kilometers of cables, the test plane was put on display for the first time at the Singapore Airshow
Night clubs, swimming pools and restaurants -- just some of the ideas being floated for the city's 16 disused metro stations