What do you think of when you think of Paris: Eiffel Tower? The Louvre? Musée d’Orsay? There are many monuments, museums and places in Paris which are all worthy of visiting. When tourists first arrive, there seems to be the classic bucket list of things to see, almost like the ‘Big 5′ of Africa with… Continue reading Palais Garnier
With a bit of time having elapsed since my last post on here, and only a few weeks remaining in Paris before I return to the homeland (& to where avocado brunch and Dairy Milk caramel aren’t rare gems!!), I’m keen to update on everything which I have discovered over these past few months. So, as the title… Continue reading Take a little time at Trocadéro
Situated in the 14th arrondissement, Mount Parnassus, the impressive nickname of the infamous tour Montparnasse which towers over the city, impedes on the skyline almost as much as the tour Eiffel. Although not as structurally striking as the famous landmark, this more modern tower still provides an epic view over the whole city, including a bird’s… Continue reading Mount Parnassus
Moving on from the delights of nature, I’m staying seasonal with the bank holidays that pop up around Easter – and what better way than to go for a few drinks with your friends? Being the metropolis that it is, you’re never short of a bar to go to in Paris, and I have already… Continue reading Battle of the Bars
Those of you who are not familiar with Paris may be asking, who is Eric? Is he an actor, a sportsman, a historical figure who has been kept on the down-low? & why does he merit a whole blog post? Eric Kayser is a great man, a man of ultimate baking talent. I happened to… Continue reading Eric Kayser
You arrive in Paris, full of excitement and energy, yet slightly daunted by the task of making French friends. Despite being something which seems to come naturally when abroad, it is difficult, especially in a big city, to know where to start. So what do you do? There are, of course, many ways; meeting people… Continue reading Parlez-vous Franglish?
As mentioned in the previous post, Rue Mouffetard, situated just off Rue Monge in the 5th arrondissement, really is a local gem. Full of restaurants and bars, there are plenty of things to do both by day & by night. I found this great street when I was wandering back along Rue Monge from a day at… Continue reading Mouffetard’s Mini Metropolis