Tag: travel

A Weekend in the Beautiful City of Venice!

Oh Venice. How beautiful you were! So magical, so unique, so bellissimo.  My Frenchman and I just got back from a wonderful 5-day stay in Venice where we celebrated my 28th birthday. I’ve wanted to go to Italy for as long as I can remember and starting off with Venice was definitely not something to complain […]

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A Weekend in…Arras!

It’s time for my monthly travel blog and this week I’d like to tell you about the beautiful town of Arras in the North of France. A few months ago my frog prince and I headed to the town of Arras for the weekend. We wanted to make the most of the long weekend in […]

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Paros – a Peculiar Paradise

Paros is a peculiar island in Greece because as well as having some really beautiful parts, it has also been heavily affected by the growth of tourism. The port itself is quite pretty and it stretches along the whole length of the seafront with a range of shops, cafes and restaurants. However it’s very modern and it’s […]

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Santorini – Greece’s Precious Gem

This summer I fell madly in love with the beautiful Greek island of Santorini. The island is as beautiful as everyone says and as soon as you set eyes on the stunning white facades and charming blue rooftops you won’t be able to take your eyes off the island. Santorini offers so much to see […]

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Cosy Cafes for 2016

Ob-La-Di: €€ € I recently discovered this adorable little cafe with my good friend Jayne. Named after the famous Beatles song, it’s the perfect place to go with friends. We went for breakfast on a gloomy Wednesday morning and had the most delicious food ever. I had the honey berry yoghurt and muesli and Jayne had the avocado […]

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Ten Insider Tips for Paris!

Paris has officially held the title of the world’s most visited city since 2013 and although it’s clearly extremely popular with tourists, visiting the city can also be a very bewildering experience. Take it from someone who knows, it’s always better to do some research before visiting a city. That way, you can avoid tourist […]

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La Maison Culturelle du Japon

This week’s second guest blogger is Filly Di Somma. Filly Di Somma is originally from Italy but spends a lot of time in Paris for her job. Filly graduated with a degree in foreign languages, specialising in Japanese culture. She speaks English, French, German, Japanese and Spanish so she has a real flair for languages! […]

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15 Things I’ve Learned This Year

This week’s first guest writer is Ellen Deninger! Ellen is a student from Boston, Massachusetts currently living in Paris for an internship. She loves blogging about her travels abroad to give her family and friends a glimpse of what her life is like in Europe. Ellen’s most recent blog will make you laugh out loud, […]

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