Gare du Nord was evacuated for several hours Monday when a World War II shell was found in a Eurostar passenger's luggage.
PHeymont shares some images of Paris icons and less-seen sights of one of his favorite cities.
DrFumblefinger visits "Winged Victory", known also as the "Nike of Samothrace". Over 2000 years old, it is proudly displayed at Paris' Louvre.
A stark plaque reminds visitors and residents in Marseille's bustling and popular Old Port that it also has a history of tragedy.
A second home in Giverny, used by Monet as a guest house and vegetable garden, can now be rented.
SNCF is ending a once-popular service that allowed travelers to ship their cars ahead; it's no longer a profitable business.
Paris is upgrading its buses to eliminate diesels as a measure against smog, with most buses to be replaced before the Paris Olympics in 2024.
PHeymont takes another look at the ancient abbey known to us mostly as where Vincent van Gogh was treated for mental illness.
A new bottle erases all doubt as to when it's time for Champagne.
DrFumblefinger attempts to visit the Mona Lisa only to discover that the room in which it's housed is so crowded it's hard to get close to it.
Copenhagen is set to join the elite list of non-French starting points for the iconic Tour de France bicycle race.
Total wine consumption in France has dropped significantly, but on a per capita basis it's still well ahead of the U.S.
In a widely-watched case, Paris drops the hammer on apartment listings that don't follow city registration and other rules.
Air France calls it quits on an attempt to battle discounters by attracting millenials to their own airline.
On a visit to the asylum at Saint-Remy where Van Gogh spent a year of his life, PHeymont noted connections to Van Gogh's paintings.