Just like the Dordogne in France this region was unknown to me. I knew of Cognac, bien sur, but just thought it was that fabulous drink folks swirled and sipped. Like a lot of things in France though, the drink is named after the region (or maybe it’s the other way around… but in any […]

The impact that Marie Antoinette had on France is astounding. And we can add one more, quite surprising, thing to the list: croissants. While these delicious treats have become a daily staple and international symbol for France, croissants- and all of the wonderful viennoiseries we attribute to France- are, in fact, Austrian-inspired. It is said […]

With Paris opening up and trips being planned, I want to put these cookware shops on your list as places to shop for baking and cooking equipment in Paris! Every trip I make to Paris I go to the same area- the 2nd arrondissement (see the full guide here). It’s where I lived for a […]

We are in awe of the Dordogne region in France (you’ll see it called Perigord too!). It’s just to the right of Bordeaux and home to more than 1001 chateaux, so many caves, gorgeous green landscapes, daring cliffs along the Dordogne river, and incredible food. The below is a log of the trip we did […]

Like A Local In Paris: 2nd Arrondissement

A Glimpse Of Dijon

The French Visa For Americans That You’ve Never Heard Of

Jet Lag Cures!

The Fingerprinting Story

The Most Romantic City In Germany

Train & Plane Travel Essentials!

Ribeauvillé: A Visit To A Little Medieval Christmas Market In Alsace

Christmas Chateau Visiting: Vaux Le Vicomte

Strasbourg Christmas Markets

Lille And A Seriously Fabulous Food Tour

Du Pain Et Des Idées

Things I Bring Back To France From The Us

A Trip To Jacques Genin

Applying For A Jeune Professionnel Visa

A Love Affair With… French Taxes

Chocolate, Waffles, Frites: Bruges

Chateau De St. Paterne Normandy Trip

Fou De Patisserie’s New Boutique

Coffee In Paris

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