Here's my take on what to do/see/eat in some of my favorite places in the world.
While there's obviously plenty to do and see in the capital of France, day trips are perfect if you're already familiar with the city and have a little more time in the area.
Good things come to those who wait. Or do they? Here are 3 places in Paris actually worth the wait in line.
Ready to get your apéro on rooftop-style? Here are three of Lyon's best-kept (or not) secrets when it comes to the toit-terrasse scene.
My family came to visit! Here's what we did. Hint: it's all about the mini day trips (and eating, but that goes without saying).
A few of the sweetest little shops in the 69004. Think cute canvas bags, handmade bobbles and all those pretty pieces you never knew you needed.
I say “art” because the open air markets found in France are truly an art form in all their colorful, chaotic glory. In my experience, I've found that there are a few unwritten rules in French market protocol. Follow them and you'll be a pro in no time.
In spite of some time (and budget) constraints, I've still managed to make room in my schedule to scope out the shopping situation here. Voilà, my guide on where to spend your hard-earned cash in Lyon, depending on your mood.
New Orleans: Celebrating the Big 2-5 in the Big Easy
If you’re considering a trip to New Orleans, I’d highly recommend it. Jazz on every street corner, bookstores galore and enough restaurants to last a lifetime. Oh and a plateful of beignets drenched in powdered sugar from Café du Monde (spoiler alert: they really do live up to the hype). What's not to love?
A Weekend in San Francisco
Burritos, bike rides and bite-sized cream puffs. Or, tales of a quick winter weekend getaway to the Paris of the West.
24 Hours in Lyon
Passing through Lyon for the weekend? Here's a list of five things to do/see/eat in this underrated French city.