Julia Child lived in France full-time for just a short time, from 1948 to 1956, but she and her husband Paul vowed to return to the country as often as they could. The couple built La Pitchoune ("The Little One" in French), a 1,500-square-foot cottage in Provence, as a vacation house, and now it's on the open market for the first time. The asking price is 800,000 euros, or $880,000, according to the New York Times, which first reported the listing. | O~O~O~h! Can't move this to Smithsonian?!