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You Could Own A Piece Of The Eiffel Tower

Forget the standard Eiffel Tower key chain souvenir, you could take home an actual part of the Eiffel Tower instead! A section of the building’s famous staircase is about to be auctioned off – but if you want it, you better hurry, it is set to be auctioned today! The 25-step, 4-meter spiral staircase was […]

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The Paris Of The South

I moved from Paris, France to “The Paris of the South!” Little did I know that when I moved to Asheville, I was moving to a place commonly nicknamed “The Paris of the South!” I must have been drawn to this town for it’s Paris vibe. Let’s take a look at why Ashville is compared […]

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Sarah In The South

You may have noticed that I have been a little absent lately. That is because I have been busy moving to a new country! Most of you who have been following me for a while now know that I was living in Paris, France. But, after 5 years of living the Parisian life, I moved […]

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Paris Vacation? My Tips On Where To Go And What To See! – Part 1

It may be hard to think of spring and summer vacations since it is only February, but I know how months can fly by. It is never too early to start planning your vacation! Whenever friends or family are going to Paris, they come to me for advice on where to go and what to […]

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Versace Mansion in South Beach

For those who follow my blog, you may have noticed that I have been silent for a while. That is because SO much has been happening and there were just not enough hours in the day!  However, I am back at my computer and back to blogging about Fashion, DIY, and my daily adventures. First […]

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A Weekend in Bordeaux

One of the best things about living in Europe are the many possibilities for weekend adventures.  This past weekend Thomas and I with his family set off for Bordeaux. I didn’t know much about this south west region of France other than it produces some of the most famous wines in the world.  Only a […]

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The Passages of Paris

One of my favorite things to do in Paris is to visit the hidden passages throughout the city.  Developed between the late 18th century and the mid-19th century, these covered pedestrian walkways haven’t changed much since their opening so many years ago.  Once you step inside these passages, you will be transported back in time […]

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Live Like a European in North America

After living abroad for almost 5 years, coming back to Canada is both a relief and a little frustrating.  I am suddenly aware of the consumerism attitude that North Americans are so well known for.  I feel like everyone drives a huge car, eats tons of food, and watches too much television.  I never realized […]

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Le Train Bleu

If you are looking for a unique French food experience in Paris, make a reservation at Le Train Blue.  Located in the train station at Gare de Lyon, this beautiful restaurant offers views of the station while you enjoy a fancy meal.  This beautiful, ornate restaurant opened in 1901 as part of the 1900 Exhibition […]

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Stereotypes of France

1.  The French are bad drivers – I guess you could say that they are aggressive drivers.  I know whenever I am in a car whipping around the streets of Paris, I am usually hanging on for dear life!  They also use their car horns uncontrollably about every 30 seconds.  I had never heard so […]

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