Sweet Potato Coq au Vin – Classic French Comfort with a Twist!

Sweet Potato Coq au Vin – Classic French Comfort with a Twist!

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we’re bringing you a variation on the classic French dish Coq au Vin. This one-pot meal won’t keep you in the kitchen long, as it can be made in under an hour, which means you’ll have more time to enjoy this robustly-flavored, comforting stew in the company of friends and family. ... Read More

Don’t Miss Out on the Fun of Montmartre’s Harvest Festival!

Don’t Miss Out on the Fun of Montmartre’s Harvest Festival!

The annual Fête des Vendanges is one of the largest public events in France, celebrating the historic grape harvest with wine, food, parades and dancing in Montmartre. Mark your calendars for this special event in October, because it’s going to be five days of nonstop fun, including a a spectacular fireworks show in front of Sacré-Coeur Basilica! ... Read More

Celebrate the Changing of Seasons with a Paris Picnic!

Celebrate the Changing of Seasons with a Paris Picnic!

The last few weeks of the Parisian summer are dwindling away, and the weather will soon succumb to the crisp breezes and orange leaves of autumn. Take advantage of the remaining sunshine and have a late-summer/early autumn picnic! We’ll let you in on some great picnic locations and offer some practical advice for the best picnic ever! ... Read More

French Wines | The Inspiration for the Alsace

French Wines | The Inspiration for the Alsace

Our guests often comment on how they love that each of our Paris Perfect apartments are named after French wines. With this new series, we’ll look at some of the different French wines that have inspired the names of our vacation rentals. Let’s kick it off with the Alsace! ... Read More

In Touch With the Vibe of your Paris Neighborhood

In Touch With the Vibe of your Paris Neighborhood

One of the nicest things about living in a Paris apartment is the sense of community you feel, living in a true neighborhood, and interacting with the local residents. Strolling along the streets in “my” Paris neighborhood I noticed a freshly painted shop now officially open for their first day of business. I couldn’t resist stopping in to learn more. ... Read More

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