The Palais Garnier

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Alison Stein Wellner is the culinary travel editor for About.com, and writes a weekly essay for Perceptive Travel. She has contributed to Business Week, Glamour, Men’s Journal, New York Magazine, World Hum, Yankee, and Yoga Journal, among other publications.

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