Want some travel porn with your sad desk lunch? Starting on Wednesday, The New York Times will debut the video version of it’s 36 Hours column, which provides weekend itineraries for local and international destinations like Dakar, Senegal and Provincetown, Massachusetts.

Capital New York reports that the first installment will focus on Nice in the South of France, to complement a print installment in this Sunday’s paper. It will have the same recommended places to eat, drink, shop and stay as the print version, but will be augmented by interviews with locals and destination footage that will probably have us weeping on the subway platform.

Watch the above trailer to start getting amped for the series. It’s going to be like Fifty Shades of Grey for anyone whose idea of sweet torment is sitting at your desk while someone with a French accent shows you the best farcis and rosé in the French Riviera.

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[via NYT]

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