Paring wine and cheese is less complicated when broken down by type, region and purpose. Chef Preston Mohr of Cook’n With Class gave me and fellow students an excellent demonstration in a wine and cheese tasting Paris style. We learned the finer art of choosing complimentary products to replicate a palette pleasing experience back home.
There are hundred’s of handbag shops in Paris. When the season’s change and you feel like freshening up your wardrobe, sometimes purchasing a trendy purse is all you need to update your look. Boutique La Bagagerie Paris is one stop shopping for fun and inexpensive items.
Staying at Le Bristol Hotel Paris is like staying in a country estate on the outskirts of Paris, but with all the modern conveniences in place. Each space has been decorated beautifully in a traditional French style, but there is nothing typical about this charming boutique hotel in the heart of Paris.
The Palais Galliera Paris is also known as the Musée de la Mode de la ville de Paris. It is the City of Light’s fashion museum. Today, historic garments by fashion icon Jeanne Lanvin (the oldest French fashion house still in operation) are being exhibited in the beautiful building until August 23, 2015.
The lead up to Easter in Paris was phenomenal. I had a wonderful chocolate tour with Context Travel’s docent Alisa Morov and I visited several churches in preparation for Holy Week and the finale of Easter Sunday. I am thankful to be back in the U.S. with Mr. Weekend In Paris and our two sons to celebrate together. What a blessing! After all, you are, “no bunny, until some bunny loves you.” Please enjoy my Easter tribute to Paris…