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Category Archives: Paris
Weekly Blogger Round-Up: Advantages of Paris in Winter – Surprising Things about Istanbul – Eating Rules for French Children
In this week’s Blogger Round Up, Carolyn from My Sydney Paris Life shares nine big reasons to love Paris in winter (even though it hasn’t snowed this year); Jo Karnaghan from Frugal First Class Traveler takes us to Istanbul in … Continue reading
I know we could do without the scaffolding in the middle but the Buren columns between the Cour Constitutionnelle and the Palais Royal gardens remain photogenic no matter the weather!
We have been starved for sun in Paris recently so when it came out at last this weekend, I had a field day! The Bourse du Commerce is beautiful inside as well!
As I turned the corner of rue Aboukir the other evening, I suddenly saw all these wonderful giant lampshades. They were part of a soft-furnishings exhibition during Paris Fashion Week. I thought they were a very clever idea and were … Continue reading
They’ve been fixing up Place de la République for ages but I only saw it finished very recently and I don’t see what they’ve really achieved, except for reducing traffic. It doesn’t look anything like the architectural sketches published by the … Continue reading
Weekly Blogger Round-Up: Renovating a château – Visiting Southern Italy – No pants in the Paris metro
Welcome to this week’s Blogger Round-Up. Three posts caught my eye immediately this week. The first, by Janine Marsh from The Good Life France, tells the story of an Australian couple who have bought a château in the south of … Continue reading
Merry Christmas to all my lovely readers from our somewhat reduced Christmas table this year – only Leonardo was able to be with us on Christmas Eve. It’s the last year we’ll be celebrating it in Paris – next year, … Continue reading
Weekly Blogger Round-Up: A Provençal Christmas village – European Christmas Foods – The Notre Dame Christmas Tree
With Christmas approaching, the theme for this week’s Blogger Round-Up was easy to find! Phoebe from Lou Messugo takes us to the Provençal village of Lucéram famous for its Christmas cribs, while Carolyn from Holidays to Europe introduces us to … Continue reading