The third Thursday of November is the official date for the annual release of Beaujolais Nouveau, the light, fruity drink produced in Beaujolais (Burgundy). A mix of regulations — the wine cannot legally be sold prior to that date– and some successful marketing has made the yearly introduction of “Beaujolais Nouveau” one of the francophile […]
Austin, TX. October 22, 2012. France.com was awarded the prize for the Most Diverse And Extensive Offer for travel websites to France during the 2012 edition of French Affairs. Organized by the French Government Tourist Office, this award was he fourth one won by France.com over the years. We’re honored that our rich and varied […]
It’s a love-it or hate-it proposition: not for everyone, but oh, so Parisian! OK, you need to be young, and hip, and wanting a place that reeks of fun, and that French “je ne sais quoi”. The hotel Amour is an exercise in style: Monsieur Andre is the appointed designer (decorator seems too bashful a […]
Thanks to its moderate Atlantic climate and lush agricultural land, Normandy has long been Paris’ ood basket, supplying the richest dairy products, beef, seafood and apples. There’s an impressive range of seafood…
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Early Life Chanel was born on August 19, 1883. She was the second daughter of traveling salesman Albert Chanel and Jeanne Devolle in the small city of Saumur, Maine-et-Loire. Coco was born in a poorhouse. Her birth was recorded the following day. Two employees of the hospice went to city hall and declared the child […]