Paris Life


Skiing in France

With the winter season in full swing and the upcoming school ski holidays, we thought we’d help you with booking your ski vacation! The sheer amount of resorts in France, not too far from Paris, can make choosing one a challenging task. Here are our top 3 suggestions for ski resorts in France to suit different styles and budgets....

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What to look forward to in Paris in 2017

Seeing as this is our first blog post of 2017, we want to begin by wishing you all a very happy new year. We hope that this year brings you much happiness, good luck, and success in everything you wish to do. 2016 was a somewhat interesting and difficult year for all of us, but we must look forward, carry on, and strive for a better 2017! As ever, lots of things are happening and changing in Paris, which means we need to stay on top of it all to know what’s coming......

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Guest Post by Lodgis- 800 Years of Les Halles

Once described by Émile Zola as ”the Belly of Paris”, Les Halles (pronounced ”Ley-All”) is a thriving commercial district in the heart of the French capital. The origins of Les Halles (literally ”The Halls”) can be traced to a public market created in the 12th century. In this post, Lodgis, the Parisian real estate agent specialising in furnished apartment rentals, looks at how a historic neighbourhood in Paris’ 1st arrondissement has transformed over 800 years, whilst still preserving a unique identity...

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Hanukkah in Paris

Even though France is now a secular country and prides itself on laïcité (“freedom of conscience”), it has a long history of Roman Catholicism before the French Revolution got rid of a national religion. This means that while there is no official state religion, the majority of its citizens are Catholic, and thus holidays such as Christmas and Easter are celebrated very publicly, with special lights, giant Christmas trees (sapin in French), and Christmas-themed window and building dressings. What you may not know, though, is that France has the third largest Jewish population in the world (after......

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An Expat Life | Creative Mind Tinz

Allow us to introduce you to the inspiring and creative founder of Creative Mind Tinz storytelling agency, Sageer Suleiman. Originally from Nigeria, Sageer has been in Paris since the young age of 10 years old, and now calls Paris home. After moving abroad several times and experiencing life, culture and new languages in different parts of the world, Sageer’s passion for creativity and story-telling grew and led him to start his project and launch a service to help other’s tell their stories.  Fortunately we were able to sit down with Sageer over......

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Off Beat Bakeries

Bakeries, boulangeries, patisseries, are the heart and soul of life in Paris. The city that is world famous for its baguettes and croissants keeps bakeries at the center of daily life. You’ll see the Parisians going to their local bakery daily for a fresh baguette, ripping off the end and eating it on the way home, of course. But where Paris really shines is in its specialty off-beat bakeries, the ones where the pastries that come out are practically works of art. Here are our favorites, so go out and treat yourself on this cold and rainy November day....

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Autumn Recipe | Soupe au Potiron

As the weather gets cooler and the leaves start to turn, we know that Autumn has officially arrived. Not that we are complaining! Autumn is one of our favourite times of the year to be in Paris. Cosying up in one of our favourite cafe’s, wearing chunky knit scarves, and enjoying the beautiful clear skies and sunsets that October brings are amongst our favourite aspects of Autumn. The best part is being able to tuck into some of the delicious and warming foods. Goodbye to picnics and hello to homemade soups!  ...

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Our Paris Bucket List

Ask anyone who has been to Paris, someone who came to visit, or someone who lived here for years and years, and we guarantee they’ll all say they wish they had done “x” or didn’t have the time to do “y.” Well, we’re going to give you our tourist bucket list, as well as an insider bucket list, of everything you should try to do before you leave Paris. How many can you cross off already?...

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How well do you know Paris?

As this is our last blog post before la rentrée, we thought we would mix things up a bit and create a quiz to test your knowledge on Paris. If you’ve lived in Paris for a few years and have kept up to date with our blog posts, this quiz should be a walk in the park.   Paris is a wonderful city to live in, and there is always something new to discover. We are constantly amazed and pleasantly surprised at the new facts and quirks we learn about the city......

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