Posts Categorized: Paris

How to be Parisian (wherever you are)

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I know that I mentioned the books that I’m reading this fall, but my discovery of How To Be Parisian Wherever You Are, by Anne Berest, Audrey Diwan, Caroline de Maigret and Sophie Mas, somehow trumped that list (I’ll get back on track soon!). I couldn’t help but wonder what these four accomplished ladies had… Read more »

Jars dinnerware

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When Matt and I were in Paris, we splurged on a fancy night out at Le Chateaubriand. The food was unreal (in case you’re wondering, the top image is their cheese plate; the bottom image is part of the dessert course, strawberries served with a mix of Indian spices that tasted like anise)—but I couldn’t… Read more »

Train Travel Survival Guide

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As I continue to chronicle my travels in Sweden, Paris (here and here) and Italy, I wanted to share something important: how to survive all those hours on the train! We took a flight from Sweden to Paris, but after that, we traveled on high speed and commuter trains from Paris all the way to… Read more »

Travel Page: Paris, Day Two

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I mentioned yesterday that even though we only spent the weekend in Paris, I had to spread it out over two blog posts. There’s just too much to say about that city! Matt always laughs at me: I’ve been to Paris twice now in the last two years , but it still tops my list… Read more »

Travel Page: Paris, Day One

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It’s hard to write about our weekend in Paris with just one post, so I broke it up into two separate entries so I had room to cover it all. It’s just a two hour flight from Stockholm—so quick! Last time, we rented an apartment in St. Germain des Pres, so we decided to mix… Read more »