Thursday, 3rd November 2016

Road Trip: Exploring Acton

About 2 hours north (with traffic) of Los Angeles is a place called Acton. It is a small community just off Highway 14 nestled in the Sierra Pelona Mountains. The town was originally a railroad…

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Wednesday, 1st June 2016

L’Eurocana Escapade: Eataly

My husband and I recently went to New York. We walked across the Brooklyn Bridge, visited some places near and dear to our hearts, ate the traditional street hot dogs and roasted nuts, hung out…

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Tuesday, 9th February 2016
The Smallest Places to See in Paris

LE PETIT PARIS GUIDE

The Narrowest Street in Paris The last time my husband and I were in Paris, we visited what our “tour book” described as the “narrowest street” in the city. Of course we were curious and…

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Thursday, 4th February 2016

The Campo de’ Fiori

The aromas of rain, fresh oranges, roses, and raw meat mingle in the air like a room full of people still getting to know each other, close enough to interact but not clicking just yet….

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Tuesday, 5th January 2016

Coffee & Couture

What on earth could be more luxurious than a sofa, a book, and a cup of coffee?—Anthony Trollope Hey Anthony, maybe coffee and couture? Personally, I can go for a coffee/clothing/book/sofa combo (and not necessarily…

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Thursday, 31st December 2015
Experience Paris as a Writer

Experiencing Paris as a Writer

Shakespeare and Company in Paris is a pilgrimage for many writers. This bookstore, located at 37 rue de la Bûcherie in the 5th arrondissement, was founded in 1951 by George Whitman as a tribute to…

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