I am taking some much needed time off until the first week of January. I am only a few days into my break and I am starting to feel normal again. I am catching up on sleep, watching movies, and spending time with family. If you have some down time and you want to catch up on reading. This is a top 10 roundup of my most popular blog posts of 2018.
I would love to know what you would love to see in 2019. I am already drafting posts for January.
I recently stayed at Hotel Paradis on my last trip to Paris.
I put together a collection of 10 Budget Friendly Hotels under $200
I run on coffee and croissants so I am always happy to see this blog post trend with readers. Bookmark this post for your next trip to Paris.
For those of you who are traveling to Paris in the Winter, this is a great post to get ideas on what to post for Paris. A café sweater is always at the top of my list. Make sure to take some time out to cozy up at a café on a cold Winter day.
Don’t waste your time on a bad baguette. You can order a baguette how you like it. Here are tips to navigating a boulangerie.
I am always on the hunt for a good croissant in Paris. My research will continue in 2019. Here is my top 5 list!
Do you have a favorite?
I have spent a few birthdays in Paris over the years and this is a questions I get asked often. Here are 5 ways to spend your birthday in Paris.
This may be the question I get asked the most by friends and readers. I break it down by breakfast, coffee, drinks, and lunch/dinner. I also share some of my personal favorites I also visit during my trips to Paris.
This was my top blog post that I wrote in 2018. I was so surprised to see how well it performed. I have stayed at all of these hotels and give them the EDP stamp of approval. I love hearing from readers that they stayed at these hotels on their visit to Paris.
For the second year in a row, this post has been my most popular. I send this to everyone headed to Paris, families and couples too. This is the information I would want anyone to know heading to a new city.
There is a trend on what you love to read most. I am working with Caroline (my French teacher) for more French themed blog posts including how to order at a restaurant, shop at a store/market and more.
Did you have a favorite blog post this year?