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Longines Masters Showjumping

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Hotel de Crillon Revisited

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Salon du Chocolat

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Gérald Passedat’s New Restaurant in Provence

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FIAC

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Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe

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Fête de la Musique

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La Tête dans les Olives

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Tombées du Camion

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Shakespeare and Company

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Taste of Paris

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Paris’ New Perfume Museum

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Bread & Roses, Paris

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The new Eurostar Business Lounge in Paris

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Koti, a Finnish Experience in Paris

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The Best Croissants in Paris

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The Most Fashionable Restaurants In Paris

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STAY CONNECTED KEEP INFORMED WITH ARRIVALBOOK

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Celebrate the Holiday Season at Disneyland Paris

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Alain Ducasse Opens Café at Versailles Palace

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Scarlett Johansson’s Popcorn Shop

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Palace Hotels in France

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Best Hotel Terraces In Europe

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Karl Lagerfeld’s Paris, Saint Tropez, Monaco

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Maison de la Truffe Restaurant and Boutique

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Best Caesar Salads In Paris

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A Floating Hotel in Paris

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Six of the Best Terraces in Paris

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An Epicurean and Joyous Feast

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Le Forum des Halles

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Hotel Ritz Paris Reopening

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Versailles Festival

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Roland Garros

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English Speaking Hairdresser in Paris

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Les Bains Douche Reopened

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Alain Ducasse Loves Paris

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Terrass Hotel for the Paris-hipster

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Hotel Le Six for the Paris-intellectual

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Hotel Keppler for the Paris-aesthete

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Ines de la Fressange, French Icon

Ines de la Fressange, French Icon Ines de la Fressange is a national icon in France, she is the embodiment of French chic. With an aristocratic background (her father was a Marquis) and her 6 foot mannequin looks inherited from her mother who was an Argentine model, Ines was  perfect to represent the brand of Chanel […]

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Piscine Molitor Re-opened

After twenty-five years of closure, Paris’ Molitor swimming pool complex has opened its doors again, however for VIP swimmers only, yet another metamorphosis for this avant-garde and trendy place where the first bikini was seen..

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Paris Underground

Could you imagine that 45 Million years ago the foundations of Paris, the City of Light, were veiled in darkness, serving as the floor of a tropical ocean? Proof lays in the Parisian Catacombs! If you literally venture into the belly of Paris you find night clubs and galleries in cavernous spaces, canals and reservoirs, […]

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