Catégorie : Travel

Little Paris Tips

I have a few fun updates about some things I love in Paris : I posted about this bubbly brand back in 2012, but did you know that Mon Champagne now delivers, in Paris, in less than three hours?!? I mean we all know how bad a champagne emergency is, right?!?!? LOL! Okay, all kidding aside, who wants to lug… Read more →

Lost in Translation

Even after 11 years here, I can still find myself lost in translation. Seriously. Sometimes my colleagues will toss a joke or an idiom my way, and it flies waaaaay over my head. I don’t always almost never get the French punchline or the underlying meaning. But I always ask, because my fake pretend-I-get-it laugh is really really fake. So… Read more →

Someone Once Told Me

Mario of the blog/project : Someone Once Told Me, asked me to participate in his endeavor and met me earlier this Summer on the Pont Alexandre III. I offered him a phrase out of my expat life. One that means something to me. Check it out on the link just above. Mario, He’s a very cool guy with many ideas… Read more →

Why Visit Paris in August

Post by Jenny Bailey With summer in full swing, there’s still time to make the most of the open-air activities going on throughout the capital. While this may be the month that many Parisians pack up and escape the city, one thing’s for sure – August in Paris is anything but empty. Read more →

Why You Should Visit Paris in June

Post by Jenny Bailey While the city offers plenty to do throughout the year, Paris in the summer is particularly pleasant. And it’s not just the weather that’s heating up – there’s a variety of events from festivals to frivolities to look forward to as well. Here are some favorites to catch if you get the chance. Read more →

Most Romantic Spot in Paris : Artistically Ardent

Now an on-going series exploring the « most romantic » spots in Paris, I have written on the romance in the open air along the water in the City of Lights, as well as romantic dining… Now poses the question of what is the most romantic cultural experience in this beautiful city. Freedom of space as well as delightful things to taste… Read more →

Riding the 4 Roues Sous 1 Parpaluie

Nathalie Malric (editor in cheif, photographer and co-founder of Peut-Être magazine) was the winner of the gift offered by 4 Roues Sous 1 Parapluie, that was offered as one of the gifts raffled off at the Prête-Moi Paris 3 year anniversary party. Here is her experience in her own words! Nathalie Malric (rédactrice en chef, photographe et co-fondatrice du magazine… Read more →

Tips for Paris on the cheap!

How to Enjoy Paris on a Budget Post by Jenny Bailey With a (legitimate) reputation as one of the most expensive cities in Europe, it’s easy to see why many people shy away from booking a city break to Paris. However- there are many great ways to save money in the city. Avoid the luxurious hotels, gourmet restaurants and designer… Read more →

Monuments off the Beaten Path – The Château de Chantilly

Post by contributor Jenny Bailey With so many tourists visiting Paris every year looking for great deals, it’s hard to imagine that there are still some places that are relatively unheard of. Away from some of the more popular attractions, there are however various monuments that are equally as impressive. One of these is the Château de Chantilly – a… Read more →

The train : What a way to go! (On vacation)

I like LOVE taking the train. I used to love taking planes, but then we all became terror suspects and it’s now a frustrating experience where your rights, dignity and security always seem at stake. So if I can, I take the train. It’s relaxing, no rush, no panic, no stress, you have space to travel in comfort and it’s… Read more →

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