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Best Budget Hotels In Paris

“Though I often looked for one, I finally had to admit that there could be no cure for Paris.” ~ from The Paris Wife (a novel about Ernest Hemingway’s first wife, Hadley.) We spent last year’s autumn holiday in Paris. But I hold it in my heart like it only …

Shadow Shot Sunday: Street Dance

The area beneath the Eiffel Tower offers all sorts of entertainment. You have people strumming guitars and singing melancholy love songs; you will see a small parade advocating the latest society issues – from health to environment; you see beggars, and sellers, but the most popular among the crowd is …

Family Travel Tips To Paris

Is it possible to enjoy the most romantic city in the world with a child in tow? Yes, yes, and yes. Having a child and even a special needs child at that should not prevent you from going on a holiday. Like any travel, all you need to do is …

Wedding Proposal In Paris

Beneath the Eiffel Tower to be exact. It was our third day in France and second day in Paris when we decided to explore the greenery surrounding the Eiffel Tower. It was  a lovely autumn, the chill makes it perfect for  long walks, yet not too cold to deprive you …

Trampoline Fun at Jardin des Tuileries

When visiting another country it is best to learn the native language with online schooling. After hours inside Louvre Museum, we asked directions towards  Champs Elysee. French people as I noticed adore kids and in between giving directions, the old woman also informed us  of something fun for our little …

I is for Indoor Swimming Pool

My boys enjoying a morning swim at Marriott’s Village hotel in Bailly-Romainvilliers. We have enjoyed the lovely French cuisine for the whole week now and it’s time to burn those extra calories we packed with an hour or two of swimming. I’m sure that professionals with an online degree in …

Paris Haute Couture: Chanel Spring/Summer 2012

How do you top off the Royal Banquet at the The Metier’s D’ Art Show? Easy, create a Air Chanel and welcome aboard prestigious clients looking for something just ‘basic.’ We saw Karl Lagerfield turned the Grand Palais to an underwater extravagance for Chanel’s spring/summer collection. Then we went oohh …