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Woody Allen’s Midnight In Paris

Woody Allen’s Midnight In Paris — A Snapshot In Time

April 7, 2014

In Woody Allen’s Midnight In Paris, he captures the spirit and soul of Paris by sharing some of its best venues, from the steps at Sacré-CÅ“ur at midnight, to Pont Alexandre III in still night rain. Owen Wilson, playing Gil, an aspiring writer,…

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Le Meurice

June 5, 2012

Le Meurice is one of just only seven “palace†hotels in Paris and when you walk in you will see why — its opulence, with gilded gold mirrors, massive chandeliers, and elegant staff — all make for a visit that…

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Pierre Gagnaire – With a Twist

June 16, 2011

Pierre Gagnaire, an inventor as much as a creator of fine French cuisine, has brought his storied reputation to Las Vegas, with Twist. At the posh Mandarin Oriental, this upscale restaurant offers a Parisian experience without the need to fly to…

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Le Grand Véfour food

Le Grand Véfour

January 29, 2010

In the heart of the 1st arrondissement, next to the Louvre, sits Le Grand Véfour, one of the oldest restaurants in Paris. Appropriately situated in the Palais-Royale, the boyhood home of France’s grandest King, Louis XIV (the ‘’Sun King’’), this majestic restaurant…

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