Working at a cooking school has its perks and one of them was trying new restaurants in Paris like George V. This fancy "little" restaurant is inside the very elegant Four Seasons. As soon as you enter, you have French elegance surrounding you. From staff greeting you with "Bonjour Madam" to lovely people drinking tea and nibbling on mini sandwiches on the white terrace in the evening. This hotel is so charming but the best part was eating at George V. I'm into spending a lot of money on food. But this place was more than food. The plates were really well presented and you could instantly notice that the Chef took time in constructing the colorful plates, the feeling on the food, and the taste and smell of the overall experience. I don't go to many high end restaurants in Paris, but if there is one I recommend, it's George V. Bon Appetit
One of the best things about living in Paris is how close I am to Italy. The first time I went to Italy was for the food. But there is something so warm about the language, the colors, and just all the too many Audrey Hepburn movies I have seen. So! On a very random day, a friend and I booked tickets to Venice and it has to be one of the most beautiful cities I have ever been to. You know how sometimes when you travel, you know you will never come back to that place? Venice is NOT one of those places. I want to go again 10 times even more and walk around the tiny tiny streets with a slice of cheese pizza in my hand and a camera in the other. So enjoy a little fun photo reminder of breathtaking Venice.
5 things I learned about Monet in Giverny
1. His painting, Le Bassin Aux Nymphéas, was valued at $80.45 million. 2. Every single part of his garden was designed by him 3. Despite being brought up in a very religious Catholic family, he denounced the Church and became an Atheist. 4. His favorite subject to paint was his wife which is in most of his paintings when you see a women. 5. Claude's birth name is actually Oscar.
If you're in Paris, definitely make sure to have a visit over to GIverny. For all the information on how to get there and tickets, just click here!
On a recent trip to London, I collaborated with Citizen M London Bankside to take you inside their super cozy hotel. After numerous IG photos and non stop snaps during the stay, here is a little reminiscent photo post!
Now I know you might be thinking that I'm writing this nice post because Citizen M paid me but they didn't. I actually reached out to them because A) I love nice hotels and B) I wanted to find a hotel in the center of London and I had constantly heard about this place. So when I tell you that this literally is one of the best hotels I have stayed in, that is all so damn true. A hotel is like a home and as soon as you walk in, you either feel good or you don't. Here are top 5 of my favorite things about Citizen M:
1. You feel welcomed. The service! Holy moly! Literally everyone is just a look away to help you. They make you feel like anything you want you can have!
2. You know all the stuff that is stocked in the fridge that you have to pay for? Well it's all free here. Ummmazzing! You just open and take all the healthy juices and water you want. Come on, you love it.
3. The decor in the room and reception feels in between cozy and modern chic vibes. Everything is open, large, and comfortable
4. The bar here is one of the best parts. People from the town come to have food and drinks and it feels like a work place mixed in with young travelers. There is a large work area next to the bar to just hang out also. I rarely find this at most hotels anymore.
5. Location. Location. Location!! Bourgough Market is down the street. Enough said.
If you're headed to London center, become a Citizem M. Link up with them here!