5 things to do in Paris in Winter

Temperatures are setting just above zero degrees (Celsius!), a grey unchanging sky blankets the city, and a freezing drizzle comes and goes and banishes us inside. What could we possibly do in Paris during wintertime? I say winter is an opportunity to do things we would not usually do in other circumstances. If you would rather stay tucked inside with a hot tea, that’s perfectly fine, but spoiler alert! There’s more you can do. Here[…]

Rodin and Monet: A bond over the pursuit of nature

Photo credits: Fondation Monet If you like impressionism and have a soft spot for friendship stories, you should visit the Musée Rodin. There you will find a friendly letter from one famous sculptor to one famous painter. An exchange between Rodin and Monet. Rodin and Monet were born only two days apart in the 19th century. Although it is unclear how they met, they shared a strong friendship and deep admiration for each other’s work.[…]

Galette des Rois: The King’s Cake

Epiphany or Three Kings Day is a holiday celebrated in January 6th in many countries around the world, through many different custom traditions. In the Bible, this date marks the moment when the Three Wise Men arrive from Orient, guided by a star, to meet baby Jesus. In France, according to our guide Valentine, this is one of the best times of the year for your palate, because it is the season for Galette des Rois (Kings’[…]