Have you ever had the chance to visit Normandy? It’s one of the most recognized regions of the world, even by those who have never visited France. While most people know it for the D-Day beaches and the seaside town of Deauville (which is to Paris what the Hamptons is Read More
Getting to know Paris’s bread culture has been one of the most delicious things I’ve gotten to do since living here- we weren’t big bread eaters in my house growing up, probably because we didn’t have bread anywhere near this good. But bread is an extremely important part of French Read More
Over my time in Paris, I’ve had the opportunity to get to know some really exceptional people doing some really cool things. This article is the first of hopefully many interviews I’ll be doing with said people, telling you their stories so you can get to know a little bit Read More
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!
If you’re traveling to Italy, gelato is kind of a given (remember when I hunted down the best gelato in Cinque Terre?). On a recent trip to Florence with my lovely friends Leah from Gringa Journeys and Anna from Come Join My Journey, I once again took on the mission Read More
My favorite neighborhoods in Paris are the 11th and the Marais- they’re the best for strolling, eating, and shopping. Hotel Fabric is situated in the perfect location to explore both, so when they reached out to me and invited me to a little Flower Power event in partnership with Desirée Read More