A day in Paris

We’ve been taking some time to create our One Day In series and Paris was the next obvious choice. You can take a day trip to Paris from London, Brussels, Amsterdam and other areas in France. I personally have been to the City of Lights 3 times before, and it’s a place I constantly dream … More A day in Paris

de Nîmes

Hi everyone! Another quaint place I was able to visit on my work trip was the French city of Nîmes. If you remember correctly from my previous post about some medieval sites, the Pont du Gard aqueduct provided water for Nîmes for many years. The aqueduct isn’t the only bit of Roman history you can … More de Nîmes

Medieval France

Hi everyone! After spending a few days in Barcelona, my euro work trip continued on to Southern France. I must admit that before this, most of my knowledge of France came from my three previous trips to Paris. This was the first time I was able to explore some of Provence & the Southern coast! … More Medieval France

Paris City Guide

This time around, Spring had sprung in Paris and the city streets were filled with tourists! We were lucky to have amazing weather the 5 days we were there and we managed to squeeze in A LOT of things! Here is a list of the things we were able to do, as well as some … More Paris City Guide

Monet’s Gardens

Hello again! While we were in Paris, we were able to take a day trip to Giverny to visit Claude Monet’s house. I honestly didn’t know what to expect when we planned this trip, but it was incredible! The gardens were in full bloom, it smelled amazing and the house looked like something out of … More Monet’s Gardens

Montmartre

Hello again! During our week in Paris, we were able to spend a morning in the region of Montmartre. This area is known for ART! (Not because there are a lot of museums, but because of all the famous artists who lived and worked there). One morning is not enough to explore all Montmartre has … More Montmartre

The Louvre

Hey everyone! Since the Louvre is one of the largest museums in the world (and possibly the most famous), I thought it would make for an interesting blog post. Sometimes people who travel to Paris skip the Louvre, or chose to only go in to see the Mona Lisa, but there is so much more … More The Louvre