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Links I Love Week 8


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The new rooftop in The Marais to book on your next trip to Paris. It is set to rival Le Perchoir on top of BHV

Where to Eat in Paris Right Now according to Forbes. This is a great list and some of them I haven’t heard of yet. I can’t wait to check these out.

I love this honest post from Wit and Whimsy on being single in your 30’s. She covers so much of what I am thinking and maybe too afraid to write in this space.

Bouillon Chartier has a new location in Montparnase. The space is more Art Nouveau than the original. I am marking this down for my visit in March.

The disappearing chimney sweeps of Paris.

Skip the Mona Lisa and visit the secret apartments of the Louvre next time you are in Paris.

This guy is cooking his way through every Ina Garten recipe. I am intrigued. Do you think he is single?

Step inside the new YSL Headquarters in Paris

How cute is this Le Weekend Sweatshirt?

Karl Lagerfeld passed away this week. I run into him a few times at Café de Flore over the years.

Christian Dior has an exhibit open in London that would be worth taking the Chunnel over for a weekend.

Instead of snacks, this vending machine at an Elementary School is filled with books. I love this idea!

This Leith dress is only $35 and such a steal. I ordered it in two colors. Packing this one for Paris.

George V just reopened their spa and there is just one word for it. Dreamy! Putting this on my bucket list experiences.

I ordered this wallet from Cuyana for Paris. It has a spot for change, money and cards but isn’t too big.

Avoid being overcharged by taxi cabs in Paris.

Has anyone bought a Orange SIM Travel card? This may be my best option for 2 weeks in Paris and all the data I use.

Two of my friends collaborated on this article, 6 Strategies for Healthy Relationships

11 Times Sex and The City Nailed Life in Your 30’s

Breakfast in Paris. The new boulangerie that should be on your list for your next trip. They also offer pizza starting at 5pm.

If you are headed out of the country, I highly recommend adding travel insurance! I have been buying from World Nomads for years by a recommendation of a friend. It is less than $100 for two weeks and it really is peace of mind. I have never had to use it yet, but I have read great reviews on their customer service.

An Exhibition in Paris. I need help deciding. Can you help a girl out?

The finalist for the best baguette in NYC are… Has anyone tried any of the mentioned places?

The world’s biggest production plant for Nutella halts production due to “quality defects.”

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  1. Have you eaten at the Bouillon Chartier on Blvd. Faubourg Montmartre? I had it on a list of places to visit. But I recently heard that the food was awful.

    • I have only passed by but I have never eaten there. I am so sad to hear that the food was awful. I would love to check it out and see for myself.

  2. Napoleon’s Apartments are you gorgeous….you should definitely see them if you haven’t yet. Also, I vote Paris in Spring for the hotel exhibit.🌸🌸🌸

  3. We explored the Napoleonic apartments at the Louvre last November and loved them. It’s such an enormous museum and the usual suspects are always a mad house. After visiting some old friends (not the Mona Lisa), we pick a different collection to explore each time. It’s crazy to have certain sections all to yourself.

    I love the idea of a book vending machine! I would have been all over that as a kid.

    That dress is going to look gorgeous on you! It looks really comfortable and like a perfect piece for transitional spring weather.

    Thanks for all the reading links. I really love this feature.