Ladies, this travel company won’t hold your hand, but they’ve got your back. If you’ve ever wanted to venture out on your own but have felt intimidated by the language barrier or the prospect of spending every moment solo, fear no more! This tour is for you. http://theprovencepost.blogspot.fr/2014/09/france-on-your-ownbut-not-alone.html
See some American girls take on Paris in this show for families that tells all on where to stay, what to do and how to eat in Paris. The city of light is for children, too!
Does a head-to-toe rundown of a terrifically chic wedding planned by a woman who manages lifestyle brands for a living sound good to you? I couldn’t look away from Caitlin’s Wedding Guide, which made me want to get married all over again and ask her advice on every detail. When we met this gorgeous couple, though, they were already on their honeymoon. So no chance of an invitation. But at least it’s all here on her stylish blog, so everyone can bask in the beauty of the day.
The Good Life France weighs in on the best historic restaurants in Paris. Pictured is Le Train Bleu, which is one of my personal favorites. My husband’s great-uncle worked as a waiter here during the war. http://www.thegoodlifefrance.com/six-of-the-best-historic-restaurants-in-paris/
The Sole Traveling Mama is at the Louvre and doing it like a local. Skip the Mona Lisa and just concentrate on some sculpture. There’s enough to fill several hours and to leave you feeling inspired, not exhausted and crowded. http://soletravelingmama.com/
“Food, Photography and France” is waxing poetic about cherries and I’m loving every bite… Er, word. http://stowell.wordpress.com/2014/06/05/not-fooling-with-my-cherry/