Étiquette : french

Kissing in French

Aaaah, the French kiss… This post was inspired by a question from a friend of mine who was asking about the differences between the French words used to say « kiss ». I thought it would be appropriate to help define them here for my readers as there are several words and their meanings or connotations are not all exactly the same.… Read more →

The French « Thanksgiving »

The 3rd Thursday of November in France, may be around that thankful time of year, but it is not a day of baking pumpkin pies and turkey thighs… Nope… but it IS a day of festivities! The celebration? Wine! The Beaujolais Nouveau, to be precise. The Beaujolais wine comes from Beaujolais which is situated north of Lyon, in the Rhône-Alps… Read more →

The Paris Effect : The Paris Magic comes alive when you stand the test of disillusionment

It’s all about a balancing act, and allowing yourself to be captivated by the sparkle and shine as well as educating yourself about the deeper side of this city. The Parisian dream will really only become true for those who are willing to understand and accept the city for all of her facets and flaws. Let Paris be free and you will find a place that is better than any fairy tale you could fantasize about, a place that is rich with all kinds of people, places, faces, and experiences… The magic comes alive to those who stand the test of disillusionment Read more →

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