I’m not going to lie, last week really took it out of me. I gave a mini-update earlier this week, but between a trek from Paris to get vaccinated (worth it) and almost more work than I can handle (which I’m incredibly grateful for) I was absolutely exhausted by mid-week. I’m so looking forward to a relaxing, fun weekend! I think Weekend Links Week 24 is a fun one too. A few of my favorites include a piece on Little Lady Liberty’s journey from France to the US, a list of nine beautiful villages in the south of France, more on the stunning new hotel literally inside the Château de Versailles, and a beautiful Parisian apartment tour. I hope you enjoy!
Weekend Links Week 23 is here! The most exciting news of the week is undoubtedly that France is officially reopening to tourists on June 9th. I can’t wait, but will also be savoring every last moment of Paris as it is currently. I’m sure it’s something I’ll never experience again in my lifetime, and as difficult as it’s been at times it really is unimaginably gorgeous. Some of my favorite articles from this week include an upcoming exhibit of Normandy through David Hockney’s eyes, the 10 best cheese shops in Paris, a tour of a literal Parisian dream home, how to properly clean champagne glasses and more. Enjoy!
Weekend Links Week 22 is here along with the sun in Paris. I’m taking a French class on Saturday but am otherwise spending the weekend outdoors. Some of my favorite articles from this week include an article about a 200-year-old (still drinkable) bottle of wine that was meant for Napoleon, a recipe for a French twist on a Caesar salad, a list of the best terraces hidden in Parisian courtyards and more. I hope you enjoy!
It was a festive, joy-filled week in Paris and I think the articles this week reflect that spirit. Some of my favorites from Weekend Links Week 21 include lots on the new Bourse de Commerce-Pinault Collection, a timely list of the most beautiful Parisian rooftop bars, the best sparkling rosés for celebrating outdoors, seven cooking schools in France that go beyond the unexpected and more. Enjoy!
I was a little worried about getting Weekend Links Week 20 done as we’re currently in Normandy and there is no cell service and limited wifi. Which is actually kind of nice for a change! There are lots of interesting articles again this week. Some of my favorites include the revolution and evolution of the French Breakfast, the most beautiful outdoor terrasses in Paris, eight boeuf bourguignon recipes to try, and an explanation of the differences between Veuve Clicquot and Moët & Chandon. I hope you enjoy!