A massive wing with flap retraction followed by a LOUD BANG at minute 1:29 and a VERY hard landing…what an amazing plane!
Lise Kvan and Sarah Mouchot at Holybelly (Holybelly & Kim Laidlaw) As we know well, the promise of gastronomic delights is enough to inspire travelers to explore the world, seeking out hard-fought reservations and off-the-beaten-path restaurants in the name of really good food. Adeline Grattard of Yam’tcha (Didier Gauducheau) It’s easy to forget that behind these curated culinary experiences […]
The Color Run Festival France Paris 1st edition 2014 The happiest 5k on the planet.
Behind a heavy wooden door and down a long corridor in Paris’ 11th arrondissement, Parisians and expats gather like addicts in need of a fix. They hand over money through a doorway in exchange for a much coveted product they can’t find anywhere else in Paris– fresh corn tortillas. Erika Ungur, who is originally from […]
When I quit my corporate job and moved to Paris to pursue my dream of becoming a pastry chef, I wasn’t sure how far down this path I could manage. Sure, I loved eating pastries and I loved the idea of making them, but I had also heard enough Hell’s Kitchen stories that had kept […]
Hello and welcome to another New York Habitat (www.nyhabitat.com) vacation rental video tour! Today we explore the spacious and bright interior of a 3-bedroo…
Acide Café & Blou Montmartre, the Marais, Canal Saint-Martin; these are all well-known Parisian neighborhoods, their names immediately recognizable to any visitor. But Batignolles? That’s a local, well-kept secret. Mary This mostly-residential neighborhood on the outskirts of the 17th arrondissement is off of the standard beaten tourist track. There are no large monuments on visitor […]
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