It’s an almost impossible feat to visit Paris in May and not stop at every corner to take at least one photo of the ubiquitous flower shops or the tree blossoms.
For those who, like me, are waiting for spring and dreaming of spending a Saturday afternoon sitting at a sidewalk café enjoying the golden light and breaking the crust of a crème brûlée with la p
Let’s start off with Au Festin de Babette – 4085 rue Saint Denis.
When we went to Paris two years ago, I visited The Gustave Moreau museum for the very first time, and I must confess it’s my favorite Paris museum.
Did you know that one of the trains that you can take from Paris to Versailles is actually decorated similarly to the palace? What a fun idea! All trains to Versailles have names, and I think the name
It must come as no surprise to anyone who reads this blog that I am a Francophile at heart and in love with everything Paris-related.
This summer I’ve had the fortune to travel to two of the greatest cities in the world, Paris and NYC.
Ok, they’re not really secret, more like less of a tourist trap and off the beaten track.
The Arab World Institute in the 5th arrondissement offers one of the best views of Paris, especially of Notre Dame and the bridges over the Seine.