Nothing gets you in the mood for traveling like a great book. Whether you’re planning a trip soon or just dreaming while stuck at home, these books set in France and French classic novels will take you on a journey to one of the most beautiful and fascinating countries – one I love very much. …
Visiting Dijon and Lyon, two of France’s loveliest cities, I learned to be open to what’s new instead of clinging to what’s behind me.
Spending a few fall days driving around the beautiful Burgundy region of France – why you should try it too (wine! And wine, and more wine).
Taking my own solo self on a romantic two-day stay in Burgundy chateau – leaning into the art of self-romance and eating all the cheese.
Going to see an opera in Paris is an unmissable experience – if you can afford it. But if you’re prepared, you can watch opera for just €5 with some easy tips.
Paris is full of museums – and some of the best are the small ones off the usual tourist radar. Here are my five favorites, and a couple extra if you have time.
Sundays in Paris are lovely and lonely, too. Especially when it’s your last one here.
French plumbers are just like all other plumbers, but they are better-dressed. And other life lessons I’ve learned living in Paris for a month.
Not just another guide for what to do in Paris – let’s find out what it smells like (cigarettes, croissants, and the hallways of the Ritz).
Grandma is here in Paris with me! A seasoned world traveler who has been to all seven continents and in some very serious style (my grandfather was an international exec for Xerox in its heyday, so you can imagine the scale they got to travel on), Paris is one of her favorite cities. She of …