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Been There, Do This: Bistrot Paul Bert Restaurant in Paris

Been There, Do This: Bistrot Paul Bert Restaurant in Paris

Before a recent visit to Paris, my wife wanted to know if there was anything I really wanted to do while we were there — what, if anything, was on the top of my wish list. I told her I wanted to have a great French meal. Happily, she did some research, and we ended up at Bistrot Paul Bert.

Been There, Do This: Gustapizza in Florence

Been There, Do This: Gustapizza in Florence

Like with gelato, claiming that the best pizza in Florence can be found within your doors is a bold statement. But there’s no denying that the ooey-gooey deliciousness of Gustapizza draws many patrons — regulars and first-timers alike — who rave that the beloved local joint has earned such an impressive title.

Been There, Do This: Whale Museum in La Paz, Mexico

Been There, Do This: Whale Museum in La Paz, Mexico

The crystal-clear water off the coast of La Paz, Mexico, is home to a thriving ecosystem. To better learn about the healthy population of gray and blue whales, sea lions, whale sharks, sea turtles and other marine life that live off the coast of the Baja Peninsula, visitors to Mexico should carve some time out for a trip to the city’s brand-new whale museum.

Been There, Do This: Fridheimar Farm in Southern Iceland

Been There, Do This: Fridheimar Farm in Southern Iceland

Bellies rumbling, we turned off the frosty road in search of something that could warm us from the inside out. The next stop on the roughly 190-mile Golden Circle — southern Iceland’s famed tourist route that includes Thingvellir National Park, Strokkur geyser, Gulfoss waterfall and Geysir hot springs — would have to wait.

Been There, Do This: Afternoon Tea at Rosewood London

Been There, Do This: Afternoon Tea at Rosewood London

The Mirror Room at Rosewood London has achieved what lovers of interior decor may consider perfect harmony — mirrors reflect and refract, climbing up the entry wall into the high ceiling; from the light fixtures, embers of burnt chartreuse mingle with silver sparks; and velveteen couches, prim and yet cushy, hug darker wooden tables. This is the first phase of afternoon tea, and taking those initial steps to your table may quickly turn into more of a glide.