Posts in France
REJ deli at Nolinski

Paris's luxury hotel Nolinski, introduces REJ delicatessen and takeaway - a foodie spot for both locals and those travelling. Whether you want to grab a bite for lunch, need to top up on bits for home or want to get items for a picnic, there are traditional and vegan sandwiches, homemade lasagne, chilled gazpacho, classic and creative salads. Expect authentic flavours and to stop by more than once.

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72hrs in Nice

Nice often gets overlooked in the French Riviera, having to compete with the likes of Cannes and Monaco. This fun city has lots to offer and is strategically located - perfect for visiting others charming seaside towns such as Villefranche-su-Mer. One key spot that must be visited is the picturesque Baie des Anges which is cuddled by the Promenade de Anglais.

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Postcards from Villefranche-sur-Mer

Villefranche-sur-Mer is an enchanting seaside town in a busy part of the Côte d'Azur just east of Nice. The golden sandy beaches draw crowds and you can also find an selection of charming terrace cafés and restaurants. The Bay of Villefranche is simply breathtaking, noted as one of the five most beautiful bays in the world, you can see Cap of Nice on the right and Cap Ferrat on the left. 

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KOTI - The Travel Experience

Gone are the days of renting short-term corporate, minimalist apartments at pricey ranges. Adventure seeking fanatics are now able to experience the true essence of Finland on the Rive Gauche at KOTI – six unique Finnish cottages in the heart of Paris. This gives travellers the opportunity to engage in Finnish culture while enjoying a sophisticated, design apartment without having to transport to Finland. 


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The Paris Popup

The Paris Popup trio are back at it again with their chef in residence initiative at the boutique luxury Grand Hotel Nord Pinus Place du Forum, in the heart of Arles, France. Harry Cummins, Laura Vidal and Julia Mitton will be cooking up seasonal menus from locally sourced ingredients paired up with the finest wines in the country.

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Air de Paris

In the year 1990, Florence Bonnefous and Edouard Merino founded a gallery called Air de Paris, paying tribute to Marcel Duchamp. The two have known each other since the hey days in the Magasin school in the southern French city of Grenoble. Their love for the arts has manifested in the gallery as they exhibit young talented artists from Grenoble, Pierre Joseph, Bernard Joisten, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Philippe Perrin before the world gawks amazingly at their end results. 

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Coutume Café - Paris

Paris, a city known for rich cuisine and excellent wines, has long been reproached for its undrinkable coffee. Happily, in the last few years, the city has seen a coffee revolution. Local brewers like Coutume, Café Lomi, and Belleville Brûlerie in Paris’ east side have brought the craft of artisan brewing to Paris’ coffee connoisseurs. Coutume, in addition to supplying coffee beans to many Parisian restaurants, has two outposts in the city. 

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