Oh New York City….how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love your museums. I love your skyscrapers. I love your East Side, your West Side, your Midtown, your Central Park. Yup…I love pretty much every single thing about you. And you know what? Enjoying the Big Apple makes me HUNGRY! Want to know where I love to refuel? Read on, friends!
While many visitors to Paris make a priority to see two art museums: The Louvre and the Musee d’Orsay, and they are fabulous no doubt! I highly recommend adding the Centre Pompidou to your must-see list!
Have you ever been on a trip, and stumbled upon something that transformed your entire day into a whole new experience? That happened to me several years ago when my husband and I were in Paris, and somehow found ourselves walking through one of Paris’ Passages. We were mesmerized, and vowed, on our next trip, we would thoroughly investigate as many of Paris’ Passages as possible.
Hey y’all! I can’t express how much I appreciate your emails, your comments on my Blog posts, your questions on Facebook and Instagram. My greatest desire is to be a reliable resource for you as you contemplate and plan travel. Today, I’m exploring some of the questions I have received over the past few months about visiting Rome.
Having grown up in a city where the most common means of transportation is via car, I have always enjoyed the experience of commuting underground from one place to the next. I find that many Americans default to taking cabs because they are more familiar with travel at street level. Let me show you how to use the Paris Metro Like a Pro!
In this post, I’m going to take you step-by-step through the process of using the Paris Metro. Ready? Let’s begin!
It almost seems unreal when you consider that a graffiti artist could command as much as 100,000,000 dollars for a single work. That’s not a typo. In 2017, the work “Untitled” by Jean-Michel Basquiat sold at Sotheby’s for $110,000,000. The popularity of this now deceased artists continues to increase, and if you are lucky enough to be in Paris before January 21, 2019, you simply must make the time to experience the Jean-Michel Basquiat exhibit at the Louis Vuitton Foundation.