He covered wars and world leaders for decades, knew everyone, and roamed his adopted Paris like a native. But more than anything, he was the soul of generosity and kindness.
William O’Connor is the Travel Editor for The Daily Beast, running Daily Beast Travel. He graduated from Georgetown University and also writes about books and art. Follow him on Instagram at @woconnor11.
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