Cherry blossom season in Paris is one of the most magical times of the year, and fortunately for all of us it tends to last awhile! Extending from late February/early March through the end of April, if you visit Paris in the spring you’re likely to find at least some form of pink blossoms, and with this handy guide you’ll know exactly where to look for them!
A few weeks ago, my friend Brandie of Paris Ever After and I hopped on a bus and headed out to a secluded, lesser known spot for cherry blossoms in the 20th arrondissement of Paris. Although we were a bit late for optimal blossom cover, she did graciously snap a few photos Read More
Last year, at this time, I was babysitting the two little girls I au paired for on the days leading up to Christmas Eve, when we all piled into the car and headed down to the French Alps. This year is quite different; I was still in Paris up until Read More
Summer in Paris means terraces, late sunsets, and the return of the Paris Plages, whose colorful umbrellas offer a welcome respite from the perils of daily city life.
Rudolph the red-nosed… statues? Place de la Concorde, Paris With how dreary and rainy it’s been in Paris over the last month and a half (coupled with a LOT going on in my life!), I’ve fallen out of the habit of carrying my camera with me, and I dislike Read More
This weekend was the Fête des Vendages de Montmartre, a festival which has taken place for hundreds of years to celebrate the vineyards that used to cover the butte of Montmartre. As the area has become more developed, however, the number of vineyards dwindled, and now there is only one Read More