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Le Luxe

My latest francophile read is The Hotel on Place Vendôme, by Tilar J. Mazzeo. It’s the historical account of life at the Ritz and the people who lived there before the war, during the occupation, and the liberation of Paris. … Continue reading

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  César Ritz, born on February 23, 1850, was the founder of the Ritz hotels in Paris and London. The tag line was that he was “the king of hoteliers, and the hotelier to kings.” He was notorious for his … Continue reading

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