Mornings in Paris always start like a beautiful movie, soft light streams through the open windows and you are greeted with a neat row of Haussmannian homes. Find out how I master the art of being a permanent tourist in Paris.
“Paris’ latest shopping sensation” according to TimeOut Magazine, this three-floor artistic brainchild of Bernard and Marie-France Cohen sits in a 19th-century fabric factory at 111 Boulevard Beaumarchais, in the heart of history district Haut Marais.
When the moon swept the sun away, the alleys were lit up with dim orange-golden lights that gave the city an old Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris-esque feel.
Backtrack the time to a month ago, when Q and I left Béziers to spend a couple of days just the two us in Bordeaux. With the promise of good wine, canelé and a visit to one of the longest shopping streets in Europe, Bordeaux triumphed over the other French cities quite effortlessly to become the place of our New Year holiday.
When in France, you may encounter some religious buildings or institutions bearing the symbol of a scallop shell. If you haven’t known, it is not there for decorative purpose. It is the symbol of…
Happy New Year, everyone! Happy 2015! This is a picture from Béziers, one of the oldest town in France and member of the most ancient European town network.
This quaint little French town has a lot more to offer than I expected. Admittedly, among all the Christmas festivities, having fresh mandarin from the garden is what I enjoy most whilst being in Béziers. I don’t get to pluck something so organic and pulpy off a tree everyday, so please spare me the eye-rolling or weird glances.