Posts Categorized: Travel

If I could eat lunch in Paris…

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I’d definitely dine here! The place is called La Petite Cuisine a Paris, which directly translated means The Little Paris Kitchen. Owned and operated by trained pastry chef Rachel Khoo out of her own home, this cozy idea for a restaurant came to be when Rachel needed a place to test recipes for an upcoming… Read more »

Little Paris

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There’s nothing prettier than wearing the Eiffel Tower around your neck! Fittingly called Little Paris, this delicate necklace comes on a 14K gold-filled chain that is finished with small beads at the clasp. What a great way to carry the City of Light with you wherever your travels may lead!  (Necklace by Elephantine via Etsy)

Study abroad

Not that we need an excuse to fantasize about travel to places like London, Barcelona and Paris, but check out these gorgeous videos for EF Language Schools. They are beautifully edited and make me miss the eight years total between middle, high school and college that I spent learning French. What language did you study?… Read more »

A Parisian hotel with a literary theme

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After mentioning the possibility that I will be venturing to Paris come spring, I can’t help daydreaming about the variety of places I would love to stay. Par exemple, the Pavillon Des Lettres Hotel. Each room in this recently renovated hotel is named after a different writer, with quotations from their work stenciled on the… Read more »

Room with a view

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The room. The view. Check out this room at the Saffire-Freycinet, a new hotel that just opened on Tasmania, an Australian island not too far off the coast. I’d feel like a different person waking up there every day — wouldn’t you? (Photos via T Magazine and Sameer Reddy)