79 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis 75010 Paris
A small café hidden away in the nook of street that may not scream, “Amazing cafés here!” but I can assure you, there’s more to this café than meets the eye! (psst… there’s more room in the back, it isn’t just that bar table in the front!)
39 Quai de Valmy 75010 Paris
Israeli brunch sound intriguing to you? Well it definitely did to me and what a great choice that was! All you vegan/vegetarians will feel at home here and even for the meat eaters, the freshness and taste of the food here will convince you to stay!
29 rue Mazarine 75006 Paris
For all you ramen lovers, this is a place that brings both quality and style together! From the Japanese decorated interior to the fact that they have their own field where they grow the wheat for the noodles, the wait in line will be worth it!
111 Boulevard Beaumarchais 75003 Paris
The iconic red car is the symbol of Merci! it’s one of those everything type of stores: it has a used-book café, a department store that’s current theme is Paris (= great place to buy not-your-regular souvenirs and more!) and more!
19 Rue Notre Dame de Lorette, 75009 Paris
I’m always looking for new food/different types of cuisine to try, so when I heard about the popular Venezuelan lunch time restaurant, I had to go! This small but colourful restaurant, with it’s welcoming staff ready to explain it all, will transport your taste buds to Latin America and you may not wanna come back!
My boyfriend’s mom and I decided to start our Aoutienne vacation in Croatia. We went to Split, a day trip to Plitivice Lakes, Korcula and Dubrovnik. Read for more details on this amazing trip!
So if you’re crazy like me and enjoy watching wedding shows (even though marriage is the furthest thing from your mind right now like me… or maybe you’re actually in the middle of planning your wedding!) and are looking for ways to improve your French too, then have a look at my side-by-side comparison of these two wedding shows.