la vie à vendôme: first impressions

I’m not entirely sure where to begin because I am a bit overwhelmed from the past few days, but I suppose that’s to be expected when moving abroad. Traveling from New York to Vendôme is no easy feat, especially when hauling three obscenely heavy pieces of luggage in addition to carry-on duffels and cross-body bags. … Continue reading la vie à vendôme: first impressions

5 reasons I decided to move abroad after graduation

Senior year of college brought with it all sorts of feels, the most prominent of which was an impending sense of doom mixed in with lots and lots of nostalgia. That may sound dramatic, but I loved the person I had become after four years in college. I loved my friends, the activities I was involved in, and … Continue reading 5 reasons I decided to move abroad after graduation

Christmas markets, graffiti tours, opera visits, wine tasting, Ernest Hemingway and Miss Dior

Hi everyone! I apologize for the delay between posts. My time in Paris is winding down and I have been trying to fit in as much as possible in my last few precious weeks here. Here's what I've been up to! 1. Shopping! Marché aux puces, le Marais, la Gallerie Lafayette, Christmas markets on the … Continue reading Christmas markets, graffiti tours, opera visits, wine tasting, Ernest Hemingway and Miss Dior

1 train, 5 bus rides and 2 plane rides later… I’m back in Paris!

So, as you can probably tell from the title of this post, last week involved lots of travel for fall break. 1st stop: London I arrived in London on Friday evening with two of my friends after a Chunnel ride from Paris. We checked into our hostel and went out to explore the city and have … Continue reading 1 train, 5 bus rides and 2 plane rides later… I’m back in Paris!