Links I Love Week 44

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I spent the week prepping holiday content for the blog and shipping out orders from The Print Shop. I had my Paris family over for wine and cheese in the backyard with Henri over the weekend. We had some rainy days which made it perfect weather for the first fire in the fireplace of the season.

Grab your coffee and croissants and join me for this week’s links I love.

Rick Steves on the return of travel and why it is important

Low-key innovative Paris restaurants to add to your next trip

Where to Find the World’s Best Hot Chocolate

Inside the Waldorf’s $1 Billion Dollar Makeover I stayed here years ago and would be interested in staying again to see the changes

My beanie from the last couple of years is back in stock and on sale. I wore this ALL year last year for walks with Henri to keep warm. 

The optimism of Phil Rosenthal of “I Will Have What Phill is Having” is what we all need right now

The easiest language for English speakers to learn according to an expert.

Ballet-inspired fashion is in and I am here for it.

This Christmas in Paris mug has been a reader best seller. It sold out last year and I missed my chance. I placed an order the minute I saw it was available this year.

I wrote a post on Where to Eat in Paris. Bookmark this for your next trip. It includes notes and a google map to help you plan.

Luxury Train Travel: 6 Trips to Book for 2022

Dorie Greenspan was on CBS this morning over the weekend talking about her new cookbook and how she mastered baking. I baked cinnamon chouquettes from the book over the week and they were fantastic.

Sezane released scarves and hats so I purchased this hat and scarf in white for Winter.

The Francophile Gift Guide is here!

Love Jadot did a fun collaboration with French Wine Tutor on how to pronounce French wines properly.

Parachute just introduced bed frames and I love them! So many of you ask about where I got my bed and this is a great option! 

Baguette prices rise in France after poor wheat harvest 

In Paris, a straight road to the past

The Fall Market in Paris 

I had the chance to smell all the Diptyque holiday candles and I loved them all! I went home with the Pine scented one but I also loved the Biscuit candle. I couldn’t decide between the two.

Chicago is at risk of climate change.

I love a good pair of matching pajamas. I was influenced by my friend Whitney to buy my first pair of Lake Pajamas. I love them and they are so soft. I buy my niece and nephew a set every year so they are these red and white striped matching ones. I cannot wait to snuggle them over Thanksgiving.

The countdown to Christmas is on. I do a roundup of Advent Calendars every year. I made sure to get this out early as a lot of the calendars sell out quickly. I got the Bonne Maman and the Damman Freres tea one from Paris.

Wes Anderson’s Dream of France, and the Paris I remember

13 things you didn’t know about the Louvre 

99 Sober Activities To Do This Weekend Instead Of Drinking

What Is A Third Place? (And Here’s Why You Should Have One)

POEM IN AUTUMN A poem by May Sarton, published in The Atlantic in 1942

The New Yorker Writers and Editors Who Inspired “The French Dispatch”

Spanx CEO surprises every employee with 2 first-class plane tickets and $10,000

List of the most beautiful trains in the world

A cider that rivals champagne 

This butternut squash soup recipe is on my list to make in the next couple of days.

30 Trips to plan a year in advance. I have a big birthday coming up and this inspires me to plan something fun for the year ahead. 

Bookmark this list for the Christmas markets in Paris. The list is broken down by arrondissement and there are lots to visit this year. 

Julia Child’s DC house is on the market

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