March 15, 2018
7 Places for Francophiles in New York City premium
Are you a Francophile like me? If you love all things French, but cannot get away to go to Paris, take a trip to New York City for your fix. The Big Apple is home to immigrants from all over the globe, including France. Here are seven places for Francophiles in New York City.
March 7, 2018
A Dozen Photos that’ll Make you Want to Visit Marrakesh premium
I’m from Texas and know heat, but I might have gotten a little soft living in France. After all, 90 degrees is considered a heatwave in Paris. Walking through the medina, the sun beat down through the hazy air. Heat radiated from the pavement, searing my legs. August is not the ideal time to visit […]
February 13, 2018
Back to School: Learning French at Château de la Mazure premium
Travel from Paris’ Montparnasse train station to Laval took less than two hours, but felt a world away from the frenzied city. It’d been two years since I’d visited the Loire Valley, but it had become one of my favorite regions in France for its wine, rural landscape, and châteaux. During the summer, I was […]
18 Places to Go in France in 2018 (from someone who lives there) premium
Well, hello 2018! I say this every January, but can you believe how fast last year flew by? In last year’s post, “17 Fantastic French Experiences to have in 2017,” I recounted some of my favorite things to do in France. This year, I’m giving you 18 places to go in France in 2018. These […]
December 20, 2017
Reasons to Visit the Lorraine Region in France premium
What comes to mind with the mention of eastern France? Perhaps it’s the storybook town of Colmar, the European Parliament in Strasbourg, or the bubbles of Champagne. These well-known spots are certainly lovely, but many visitors to France are missing out on Lorraine, the land sandwiched in between Champagne and Alsace.
November 16, 2017
Fueling Travel Dreams in Las Vegas (Plus a CRAZY Hotel Sale) premium
Flipping through my recently expired passport, I became nostalgic for my last ten years of travel. Stamps and visas opened the memory floodgates to the five continents and countless countries I’d visited. It was like I was looking through a vintage View-Master toy. However, there was no stamp for the place that most foreshadowed my […]

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