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!
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!
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.
Happy Happy 2021! I am so excited to have a fresh start to the year which means resetting Weekend Links – we’re back to week one! Since it’s a holiday weekend I made this edition a little longer. It includes a few recipes that you can try (including éclairs), a list of the 15 most beautiful places in France for major travel inspiration, gorgeous Parisian apartment tours, a glimpse of the late Pierre Cardin’s Bubble Palace vacation home and much more!
I’m very late with Weekend Links 29 but I figured late is better than never! I had the most relaxing day doing practically nothing yesterday and it was perfect. Some of my favorite articles from this week include a drop-dead gorgeous Left Bank apartment tour, 25 great quotes from Julia Child, a few articles on French holiday foods, and a series of vintage holiday photographs from around the world – including lots of Paris!