The Louvre, Paris

Paris 1st: The Louvre

We’re having a bunch of beautiful sunny days in Paris, so I jumped on the occasion while I was near the Concorde and had my camera with me to walk down the Tuileries and take some shots of the Louvre. What a crazy idea to do that on a Saturday, at one of the most visited places by tourists. But I don’t have the chance to do things like that on a weekday right now so I did my best to avoid the odd people that feel the need to lay back on the pyramids, arms wide open, right when…

Paris, Place des Vosges

Paris 4th: Le Marais

Le Marais is a neighborhood in Paris that is very ancient and it undoubtedly has a certain charm, which I love. There’s a lot of crooked streets and well-known stores as well as small unique boutiques. The rue des Rosiers, one of the main streets, is a major centre of the Paris Jewish community so you’ll find lots of religious bookshops and jewelries as well as falafel restaurants. Hidden on one side of the street (like literally, I discovered it by chance while taking these photos – and I walked there many times), is the door leading to the Jardin des Rosiers, a nice green…

Nutella Crepe

To Try This Weekend: French Crêpes

If there’s one thing we know how to do in France, it’s gotta be Crêpes. It’s one of my favorite things to eat and it’s so quick and easy to do I could make them every weekend (but I’d rather not, obviously). I like them a bit thick, to really get the taste of the crêpe, but it’s up to you to add more or less milk to get the thickness you like. I filmed the whole process but I’m not really proud of how it turned out (quite difficult without an assistant), tell me if you’d still like to…

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