Spring in Paris

Hello everyone! We’ve been busy documenting our adventures during Spring Break and are finally ready to share with you a big post about our time in Paris! Last time we visited the City of Lights was actually in November of 2015, only one week after the terrorist attacks there. The city was a much different … More Spring in Paris

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

Je suis Paris

Hello everybody! Two weekends ago Amanda and I were able to travel to Paris, France, or as Amanda kept reminding me, the city of love! Unfortunately, as you may have realized, Paris was just one week removed from a brutal terrorist attack and the city was on high alert (as were Amanda and myself). Fortunately, … More Je suis Paris

Palace of Versailles

Hi everyone, Last weekend, Mark and I were lucky enough to visit Paris for the weekend. Despite the chilly temperatures and short amount of time we had, we were determined to see as much as we possibly could! On Saturday morning, we woke up early and caught a train to Versailles (about 30 minutes outside … More Palace of Versailles