For me, Paris is not the first city I think of when it comes to street art. Berlin yes, London of course, but not Paris. Continue reading Secret Paris: Hidden Street Art
Alright, so I hadn’t been at Chez Gladines in such a long time. But a couple of weeks ago the male and I were in Paris for a short weekend. Continue reading Chez Gladines: Salads & Stickers
Hidden away between the busyness of Canal Saint-Martin and the craziness of Belleville lies a little pocket of cuteness: La Rue Sainte-Marthe and la Place Sainte-Marthe. Continue reading Secret Paris: La Place Sainte-Marthe
For this month’s art feature I picked a Paris design. I don’t usually write about super touristy spots, but I thought I’d make an exception for the Eiffel Tower – or La Dame de Fer – as the French lovingly call her.
Continue reading Diseño de Sharona
I’m a Rive Droite kind of girl. I like the chaos and dirty-ness you find north of the river Seine, it gives the city a rough edge, makes it more real. Mixed with the beauty and details of the Parisian buildings and streets, it creates this atmosphere that I find to be unique for Paris. Continue reading La Place Dauphine: Peace & Fairy Tales
‘On se fait un Petit Vendôme ce midi?’ I remember the first time I heard those words. It was August 2009 and I had just started working as an intern in a bank in Paris. Continue reading Le Petit Vendôme: A taste of the Auvergne
I’ve known this place for years and I still remember the first time I went here. ‘Un petit boui boui sympa’, is how my friend Fred described it to me. Continue reading Paris Féni: Fresh Chapati & Fruit Juices
There are few things I love more than discovering a great new place in Paris. Especially when it’s a great new place to eat. Continue reading Sunday Discovery: Le Poutch
Le Marché des Enfants Rouges is one of my absolute favourite places to eat in Paris. It’s the oldest covered market in Paris and the home of not one, but several gems in terms of good food. Continue reading To the Market!
We all know the top tourist attractions of the French capital. And if it’s your first time in the City of Love, then of course it’s worth visiting the Eiffel Tower and the Sacré Coeur. Continue reading Where To Find The Real Paris