Month: October 2016

A Neighborhood I love: Montmartre

October 27, 2016

One of my favorite neighborhoods to walk around in is Montmartre. Perched on a hill in the North of Paris, a visit to Montmartre feels like you’ve left the city. It’s known for being the home of artists and musicians (Picasso had an apartment here), and it’s... Read More

Un séjour en Normandie

October 20, 2016

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Glimpses into Paris

October 13, 2016

The best parts of living in Paris aren’t the obvious parts. It’s not the glamorous Champs Elysées, it’s not shopping on Rue di Rivoli, it’s not even the view from the Eiffel Tower. The best part is walking, because by walking Paris becomes part of you and you become... Read More

In the market for a Château?

October 8, 2016

Today, we hopped on the RER and passed our Saturday wandering through the hallways and gardens of Versailles. About 30 minutes by train from central Paris, Versailles was originally the hunting lodge of Louis XIII. Louis XIV, the Sun King, transformed it into the lavish palace... Read More

Bastille Market

October 2, 2016

Before the weather turns too cold, you have to go to the Marché Bastille. On Sunday mornings until 2, the largest street market in Paris takes over the Boulevard Richard Lenoir starting at Place de la Bastille. It’s incredible, and you can find anything from fresh... Read More

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