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Next week we leave for Paris. A few weeks back, I wrote a blog post on how I’m preparing. To refresh your memory, have a look at that post: We’re Headed Back to Paris—How I’m Preparing. It’ll give you a … Continue reading
I don’t think of myself as an “expert” on Paris. But, I’ve been to the City of Lights many times in the past fifteen years that would place me on a level of being comfortable enough that I can find … Continue reading
Thanksgiving in Paris Part Three: On Saturday We Hang Out at Napoleon’s Place. On Sunday–We Don’t Rest!
*Note—this post was started before Christmas. And then the kids arrived. Needless to say, I’m terribly sorry that I have not been answering comments. I wasn’t being rude it was just that there was a lot going on. Please accept … Continue reading
Bonaparte surprised me with the announcement that he rented a car for two days. We would be driving out of Paris both on Friday and Saturday. He wanted to take a drive out of the City and down memory lane … Continue reading
Our last and final day, before heading home tomorrow, was a full one—and pleasant from morning till night! Good Morning from our room at the Hotel Prince de Conti ! I love this hotel for its charm, great location and … Continue reading
It’s Saturday already and tonight we will go to the apartment of my husband’s cousin, Jean-Denis and his wife Marie. But we do have an interesting day planned. As usual, it seems that whenever we are in France—there’s something going … Continue reading
I left off where we were getting ready for our Thanksgiving Dinner. But wait. I need to backtrack a couple of things. Given the fact that the hotel’s lighting was horrific (I’ll be writing about that later), I managed to … Continue reading
A big whew before I get into the post. And I’ll tell you why. I took a ton of photos and it took quite a while to edit them—and trust me, editing photos is not my forte. My Longchamp carryon … Continue reading
You know how you’ll see something and it leads you to thinking about something else in connection with what you saw—and then you’ll see something else and you’ll think of that first something you saw? I know, I know—but this … Continue reading