Weekend Links Week Four is packed with articles all about France – you’ll want to settle in to read this one. There are so many interesting articles – a few favorites include a piece about Paul Cézanne and his life, the best French cheeses from five regions, details of an upcoming tell-all memoir by Karl Largerfeld’s right-hand man, and photos of an elegant country retreat in Paris. Enjoy!
This week has been an exciting one – there’s definitely a feeling of optimism in the air that’s been missing for quite some time. Although certainly not earth-shattering, this week’s Five Friday Finds from France does have a few recommendations you might want to note for a future trip to France. Included are where to find Paris-themed reusable tote bags, how to find good coffee at McDonald’s in France, live music on a Sunday in Paris and more.
I’m feeling optimistic about this week largely because we escaped a third confinément (for now) and just have a 6PM curfew. It’s the little things. Weekend Links Week Three is a good one with plenty of travel inspiration. Some of my favorites include a list of eight movies and shows to watch before traveling to Paris, a video of Prince Charles speaking French, a list of 10 gorgeous French islands you’ve probably never heard of, and an upcoming exhibit on Napoléon and Joséphine’s love story. I hope you enjoy!
This week I finally felt like I got back into a pretty good routine following the holidays. It took much longer than I expected, but I don’t think I’m alone in that sentiment. This week’s Five Friday Finds from France features a new book on Antoinette and Gabrielle Chanel titled The Chanel Sisters, a Paris sandwich shop you need to try, an Instagram milestone for me and more!
Weekend Links Week Two features 22 articles all about current events in France. There are several gorgeous Parisian apartment tours, a list of the best hotels near the Eiffel Tower, COVID-19-related updates including the vaccine plan, a Picasso exhibit in the US and much more.