Category France

A Planning Guide: Reflections on 4 Months Traveling in Europe

The Trip of a Lifetime! I traveled in Europe from early September through late December 2021, and visited 14 different countries (woweee! 8 of which were new to me), while working part-time remotely. This is my guide to planning travel through Europe as an American, during year 2 of a pandemic (yes, it’s possible and […]

Weekly Photo Wednesdays: “Hello”, A New Design Series

Every Wednesday, 7 photos along with a short description revolving around a self-chosen theme. This week’s theme: hello You must be wondering what that even means as a theme… Well, it’s kind of an introduction for a new design series I’m working on. I love working with all these Adobe design programs, so I started […]

View from the Eiffel Tower of Paris, Paris, France

Ever since I first came to Paris, I’ve always thought that it’s such a beautiful city. We went up to the top of the Eiffel Tower and as we waited for the sun to set, we got a great view of all the city, with the Sacre Couer in the distance. Lovely!

On The Road: Late Arrivals into Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris

Paris, here we are! Lesson learned: If you get into Charles de Gaulle airport after 11pm…be ready to take a taxi into city centre! The last train left at 10:55, and the buses stop around then too. It took us lots of walking around the airport to figure this out, especially getting different information from […]

City Guide: Paris, France

From the first time I arrived in Paris years ago, it has remained as my favorite city in Europe. There’s just something about it. I finally returned in December 2011 after years of not visiting and while the weather wasn’t great (cold, windy and rainy), the city was just as lovely and I got quite […]

Woodford Reserve Bourbon Distillery, Versailles, Kentucky, USA

We had to make a stop on the Kentucky Bourbon trail on our way towards Ohio! The one we stopped at was for Woodford Reserve, a small batch Bourbon distillery. We became well acquainted with it on our visit to Kentucky because it was the official Bourbon of the Kentucky Derby. It was a really […]