IRVINA LEW

Travel Writer & Author

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Chagall: An Art Trail in France

marc-chagall

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Looking for Chagall’s Legacy

Pub: Jewish Travel 

Fall in France. Three Coasts, Three Cultures, Three Cuisines

It’s no secret that European travel gets better in the fall. Not only are hotels and airfares more affordable, but the crowds have died down and you can even score a restaurant reservation. And it turns out that some of the best culinary surprises can be found on the coast. Irvina Lew heads to France to report on the catch of the day from Paris to Saint Tropez.
by Irvina Lew
petergreenberg.com

A Dog’s Life in France

…decades ago when—during my college years–I studied at the University of Paris, Sorbonne. That’s where I often saw a fellow student coddling her teeny Havanese whom she carried along the Boulevard Saint Michel in a chic Louis Vuitton purse. Read more.

by Irvina Lew

A Golfer’s Paradise


At the magical, elegantly rural Terre Blanche Golf Club, scents of lavender, mimosa and thyme mingle just 45 minutes from the Nice Côte d’Azur airport on the French Riviera. Golfers of all levels and challenges flock to this sunbathed, wooded summit where the 2012 French Riviera Masters (European Senior Tour) is scheduled.

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By Irvina Lew
South Park Magazine
charlotteobserver.com

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