Over my years of having and riding bikes from my hometown of Kansas City to bike capital Amsterdam and now in Paris, I have tried many bike products, some great and some leaving much to be desired. I wanted [...]
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Almost French was the first book about an anglophone living in France that I ever read. It was many years ago that I read it, so I don't remember the specifics, but occasionally there are a few situational [...]
I was recently invited to visit the beautiful Château de Vaux le Vicomte with the group @hello_france. They always do wonderful excursions and are so good about inviting different Paris Instagrammers to feature the wide variety of locations they are [...]
This post is the second part of my trip to Bourgogne. Read the preceding article here. Auxerre We had a meeting at the Auxerre tourism office just after lunch on Saturday, so we headed that direction next. As we [...]
I’m just back from another fabulous trip to Bourgogne. This is my second time there this year, and my third time in a year, and I continue to be amazed at all there is to see in a region I [...]
Since leaving my old life in the Netherlands, I tend to return to Amsterdam over and over. But the fact is, there are so many other nice Dutch cities and towns to visit beyond the capital. For such a small [...]
I'm just back from another great trip to Amsterdam. It had been over a year since my last visit, and I decided I had to go to enjoy autumn there since the photos I saw from last year were so [...]
Years ago, a client of mine suggested we have a business meeting at a rather unconventional location. She proposed the Musée Départemental Albert-Kahn in Boulogne-Billancourt where we could have a sort of creative outing and follow it with a meeting. [...]
"The awe, inspiration and talent you recognize in others are but a reflection of the same thing in you. I highly suggest you do not seek the approval or recognition of those you admire but instead cultivate in yourself [...]
I've heard about Sorbonne University for so many years, most certainly first from French class years ago. The way people talked about it, I was sure that it was the only place any French person would want to go to [...]