Shades Of Blue- Paris

Living in Paris I have learned to truly enjoy sunny days. Coming from Florida, sunny days are a part of life. It’s easy to get used to the simple pleasures in life, ya know?! What is your favorite thing about where you live?

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This photo is an example of why I LOVE this city! Colorful surprises are around every corner.

Yes, gray days are pretty common in France, but on the bright side, a dull sky makes colors pop around the city! Everywhere I go in this city, I see beautiful colors. That is (one of) my favorite things about where we live.

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Character all around me!
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View along Canal Saint-Martin

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Love For The Latin Quarter, Paris

Have you ever re-discovered a part of town that you never paid much attention to? Recently, I have been visiting the lively and vibrant, Latin Quarter. This district is located in the heart of Paris in the left bank (opposite the Seine River from The Notre-Dame Cathedral).

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Street cendor located on the Seine River. See the Notre-Dame in backround 🙂

Imagine a busy, colorful area in a European city packed with tight winding side-streets, cafes, bars, pastry shops, restaurants, eclectic boutiques, and more. Eye candy for a tourist or photo lover!

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Bertrands pastry shop and cafe

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latin quarter

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A Sunday In Paris

Happy weekend!!

Fridays are great, Saturdays are amazing, but I have to say Sundays are my favorite!

What is your favorite day??

The song, Easy Like Sunday Morning plays in my head every Sunday morning while I am chilling around the house with my husband. There is something simple and relaxing about Sundays. Ya know?


It’s a new weekend, but I am still thinking about last Sunday and I want to share my ideal Sunday in Paris!

Selfie with The Seine River on a Sunday afternoon

Jason had an away game, so I decided to go explore, I hopped on the Metro with plans of visiting Saint Chapelle (Holy Chapel). Well, as soon as I got off the Metro, I got sidetracked by an outdoor market (they get me every time).

Cite Metro (Next to Sainte-Chapelle and the Marche aux Fleurs)
Sainte-Chapelle (to the left)

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Mother and daughter on a road in Paris- Photo Challenge

This was my first time experiencing Paris with my  Mom, which was a lovely surprise in its self.

The day this photo was taken, we were overwhelmed by the sites and overall vibe of Paris (we never wanted to leave).

Fast forward two years, and I am now living in Paris, an even bigger surprise! This photo symbolizes so much more than the Eiffel Tower, for me, it’s a reminder that you never know where life will take you!


My Mom will be returning to Paris the end of this month to visit! We are super excited and delighted to create more memories.

The Road Taken



Classic Cafés Of Paris

Sipping on a Café (coffee/espresso) while sitting at a Parisian café is one of my favorite things to do. How do you take your coffee? I like mine straight up, the stronger the better!

Outdoor seating! The warmer months in Paris – October 2016

Cafés are staple rendezvous points in Paris. Most cafés offer much more than tea and coffees. Typically the menus include plat du jour (special of the day), croque monsieur (yummy melty cheese sandwich), onion soup, salads, frites (fries), vin (wine), beer (bier), and more. Here are some of my fav Café experiences from the last few months.

Menu du Jour, restaurant in Paris

Day date with my husband at L’ Affiche Cafe in Montmartre

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A Peaceful Palace In A Hectic City

No matter who you are and what you do, finding your happy place is important! For me, I love wandering the city streets, but there are times when I need some peace. I found just the place, right in middle (literally) of city chaos. Palais Royal is an amazing palace, located very close to The Louvre in Paris.

I set out yesterday to explore the courtyard and garden of Palais Royal, I wanted to see some nature and step away from cement & buildings for an afternoon. First, I wandered the nearby city streets (Rue Rivoli and Rue Saint-Honoré). Perfect area for casual dining, shopping, and sightseeing (can be touristy, but it’s Paris!).

Outside of The Louvre, on Rue Rivoli, just down the road from the Palais Royal
Rue Saint-Honore- A few blocks from the palace
Rue Saint-Honre- A few blocks from the palace

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A Stunning Sight To See- Paris!

Can you remember a view that took your breath away? An amazing sight, a moment, or maybe a person? I am happy to say, that I have experienced my fair share breathtaking moments and many are thanks to, Paris!


Last weekend, I had a total breathtaking moment, an OUTSTANDING view of Paris! I was in The Opera District (one of my favorite spots). The Palais Garnier Opera House is the focal point, surrounded by cafes/restaurants and TONS of shopping. The Galeries Lafayette and Le Printemps are luxurious department stores in this area, definitely not average shopping malls. Continue reading “A Stunning Sight To See- Paris!”