Warning, this is a rant post! As much as I love Paris, sometimes, life here can drive me a little crazy… It isn’t all cherry
Happy New Year! Bonne Année! I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy this winter as Covid rattles and disrupts the world for another go.
Nestled in between the Batignolles and the Épinettes neighborhoods, you can find this gated community that is open to the pedestrian public during certain hours.
I haven’t blogged much about the pandemic, just a little bit and here, but this 3rd confinement has made me notice a few things that
I discovered this artist thanks to one of my favorite Instragram acquaintances, @Batignollesspot who shines a light on people and business of my neighborhood. (She
It’s been around ten years since I have gone UP the Eiffel Tower. I used to go frequently in my previous job at a study-abroad
Here we are already, in full post-confinement. March 19th we were faced with a situation that seemed so massive, and it is, and we had
I could not decide on the title for this post. The “Courtyard of Happy Feet” was the second runner up. I also considered “There’s Something
We watched helpless as the flames grew higher engulfing the spire. This massive monument that has endured over 850 years suddenly seemed so fragile. Parisians,
So the last time I posted was a pre Gilet Jaunes France. This is NOT a post about the Yellow Vest protests. This is me