Brunch at Shangri-La Paris

Let me be extr! Ohhh Myyy God! The brunch at Shangri-La at La Bauhinia is madness. But it's not all the food that's posing for you like it just walked off a runway, but it's the quality of everything that sets this place apart from so many other brunch places in Paris. Though the brunch is a bit pricey (100) and on the lux side, it's so worth it. We got invited to try the brunch and swim which allows you to eat your heart out from everything to salty foods to all the sugar you want (sushi, eggs, bacon, salads, cheese, croissants, jams, butter, cream, chocolates...I mean you guys come on)! and then spend the rest of the day at the spa. I highly highly recommend getting this deal for someone you love. Like really really love because it's not cheap but everything, from he moment you walk in to the La Bauhinia, to the moment to set you foot into the pool makes you feel like a little queen in Paris. You can smell the warm crepes and vanilla cream in the air and you're greeted by the kindest staff. I would have to say that this is one of the best Paris moments I've had and I would want the ones I love to have that same feeling. Gooooo guys!! Goo!!

Monterey, Carmel, Big Sur RoadTrip

Driving down the West Side coastline is one of he most beautiful drives you can take if you're out here. I super super highly recommend it. Start off as far UP as you can in Northern California and make your way down to Monterey (skip the aquarium, it ain't no big deal). In Monterey, definitely go to the downtown, then take the 17 miles drive down to Carmel. Make sure to stop in Carmel by the Sea for all the little cafes and beach vibes. Just around the corner you will find Mission Carmel which is also worth the small entrance fee. After drive down on Highway 1 until you get to Big Sur and have a little drink or candlelit dinner at the scenic and stunning Nepenthe Bar Restaurant! All the photos of our road trip are below. Safe driving and take a camera!