Paris travel diary

We spent 4 days in Paris and it was just enough time for me to fall in love with the city. We left Paris knowing we would come back very soon. We probably could have spent a couple weeks and not run out of things to do. There is so much to explore and endless cafes to try.  Paris was…

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Where to eat in Paris

We spent  4 full days in Paris and ended up visiting a lot of the restaurants on our list. The foods in Paris were even better that how I imagined it to be. I wish we could have stayed in Paris for another week just to find more ‘hole in the wall’ type restaurants because the list here is endless!…

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Creamy Mushroom Pasta with No Yolks

Creamy mushroom pasta using No Yolks noodles for Valentine’s Day? Yes please and thank you. I’m a huge fan of carbs so when I had the opportunity to use No Yolks noodles – it was a no brainer for me! One of my 2018 goals that I’ve been working really hard on so far, is eating healthier. Whether that’s using…

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Day Trip to Verdon Gorge

When I was googling things to do and places to visit, Verdon Gorge came up almost  every search and the photos posted online by other travelers left me in awe. I told Eden there was noway we’d be visiting South of France without making a quick stop to see one of Europe’s most beautiful river canyons. Easier said then we done…

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Saturday mornings at The Carbon Bar

I love brunch. I especially love brunching in the east end of town. I feel like there are so many brunch spots in the east end that are the next up and coming spots (minus a few older staples like Le Petit Dejeuner). I’ve been to The Carbon bar on several occasions and have been pretty impressed with their dinner…

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Ultimate Guide for a week in the French Riviera

The French Riviera was one one of those places that we read and heard about as a vacation destination and when we decided to go on our trip to Europe, it was the perfect opportunity to head down. Also known as Cote d’Azur, it was fabulous to visit in the month of September when both the temperature and crowds were…

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