• Paris Guide
    City Travel Guides,  France,  Paris,  Travel

    An Insider’s Paris Travel Guide

    Having visited Paris three times, I think it’s only fair to share this ultimate city travel guide with you. Some of the pointers here have been mentioned before on the other Paris travel guide but there are plenty of new ones here including places to eat and stay. If you are traveling with kids, the recommendations below will go a long way with you. Let’s get started.

  • Food,  Lifestyle

    Café de la Régence

    What a cold night this was. The great thing about Paris is that you don’t have to sacrifice being outside for staying warm. With the heaters above the tables, you can sit outside even during the winter. We decided to stop by Café de la Régence. Many say it’s good place to stop by after visiting the Louvre. We didn’t visit the Louvre but we just needed somewhere to warm up and drink hot chocolate. The hot chocolate here was so cute as it was in the shape of a flower as seen below. If I remember correctly, the hot chocolate had a cute name as well. Oh how I…

  • Café des Deux Moulins
    Food,  Paris,  Travel

    Café des Deux Moulins

    Being in Paris for the second time, it was important to stop by Café des Deux Moulins. You may recognize the café from the popular French film Le Fabuleux Desting d’Amélie Poulain starring Audrey Toutou. Located at 15 Rue Lepic in Montmarte, the Café des Deux Moulins is a cozy café that offers a variety of dishes including a separate menu for kids.

  • french food
    Breakfast,  Food,  France,  Paris

    A love letter to Paris

    Dear Paris, This recent trip was the second time I visited you and unlike in March, walking your streets in late November was a no-no for me. There was no snow yet and there was no autumn breeze. Instead, there was a lot of rain, harsh coldness, and grey skies. However, I’m judging you based off of only 5 days of being there. The great thing was that you made me thankful for a lot of things.

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    Moisturize like the French

    Many ask what is the secret to French women’s skincare. Well, the secret is simple. Don’t use too many products and definitely don’t spend a fortune on them. Just go to your local pharmacy. When TSS visited Paris back in March, we knew that la pharmacie was the place to go for beauty products. Oh and we did visit Yves Rocher as well. Who could resist their fruity scents? But back to the pharmacy. One of the most popular brands we couldn’t get enough of was Nuxe in Rêve de Miel. Our favorite product was the Nuxe Huile Prodigiuese. It’s a plant-based and Vitamin E oil for the face, body, and hair. It’s…

  • Eiffel Tower
    City Travel Guides,  France,  Paris,  Travel

    The Style Spread’s Paris Travel Guide

    Paris may be overrated to some but the identity attached to it won’t be wearing off anytime soon. It is the city of lights, love, and life. Even if you’re just going with friends or your children, the streets of Paris will show you romanticism. Maybe it’s the art nouveau in the train signs or its history but that aura will always remain. Below are some pointers for your Paris travel.

  • French bistro
    Food,  France,  Lifestyle,  Travel

    How to Dine Like the French

    French gastronomy is an art in itself. Just like the French woman, it has no need for fancy introductions or explanations for existing; it just is. Below are 7 rules and suggestions that will change your dining style significantly. They are regularly used by the French and probably underestimated by the rest. Let’s get started.

  • Tips,  Travel

    Creating A Traveler’s Notebook

    What exactly is a traveler’s notebook? It’s the original notebook in which we used to document our travels and adventures. This form of documenting has become stagnant since social media sites and the blogosphere set off. But who said we can’t bring it back right? The Midori Traveler’s Notebook focuses on just that. To document and record your experiences in a leather notebook brings back a nostalgia that has been lost. Not only that but customizing inserts and accessories, for the Midori, makes documenting all the more fun.

  • Health,  Lifestyle

    Tea & Morocco

    Having an annoying cold and working at the same time is a big no-no. I had to work from home, this past weekend, to prevent an office annoyance from my sniffling and sneezing. Whenever I feel under the weather, I have a list of must-haves. I definitely need my Ricola cough drops, in Honey-Herb preferably. Even if I don’t have a cough, I need the Ricola to moisturize my throat. I prefer Ricola to other brands because it doesn’t irritate my throat with a strong menthol taste. It’s the perfect blend of sweet and menthol.

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