Visit the Caño Cristales River in Colombia
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Visit the Caño Cristales River in Colombia

The world is full of amazing rivers and lakes. But one in particular really stands out. Caño Cristales, commonly referred to as ‘the river that ran away to…

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Colombian Tourism Puts Nature Against Corporations
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Colombian Tourism Puts Nature Against Corporations

After the peace process, Colombia has gained back territories that the FARC had taken over. But now there’s a risk of corporations taking over this natural resources.

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One Model’s Take on French Girl Style Vs. American Girl Style
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One Model’s Take on French Girl Style Vs. American Girl Style

Camille Rowe walks us through the oh-so-subtle nuances between French and American women, from selfie-taking to romance. Go ahead and study up for the next time you want…

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5 Things to do in French Riviera
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5 Things to do in French Riviera

This area of Southern France may seem vast, but it’s easy to plan a trip here.

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Why It’s Illegal to Take Photos of the Eiffel Tower at Night
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Why It’s Illegal to Take Photos of the Eiffel Tower at Night

So you’re in Paris, and of course you want to go check out the spectacular light show put on each and every night at the Eiffel Tower.

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A View of the Louvre in Paris, France
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A View of the Louvre in Paris, France

Clouds move over I. M. Pei’s Pyramid in front of the Louvre Museum in Paris.

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The Craft of Cognac: How Master Blends Are Made
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The Craft of Cognac: How Master Blends Are Made

For 250 years, through seven generations, the Fillioux family of Cognac, France, has composed some of the finest cognacs in the world. From vineyards to barrels to bottles,…

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8 Things You Should Never Do in Paris, France
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8 Things You Should Never Do in Paris, France

Condé Nast Traveler wants you to have the best possible trip to Paris, France. Here are eight tips for travelers to experience Paris like a local. Of course,…

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Decoding French Gestures, With Aymeline Valade
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Decoding French Gestures, With Aymeline Valade

There are many idiosyncratic gestures commonly used in French conversation that are less familiar to Americans.

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How to Skip the Hours-long Line at the Eiffel Tower
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How to Skip the Hours-long Line at the Eiffel Tower

The wait to get into the Eiffel Tower can last hours. Conde Nast Traveler has a few tips on how to skip the lengthy line. Did you know…

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