A Map of 9 Secret Covered Passages in Paris and Why They’re Unique

9KShares 0 0 9K 0 You’ve seen la Tour Eiffel, le Louvre, and Notre Dame. Now what’s next? Stroll through 9 secret covered passages in Paris. After seeing all the tourist staples, I wanted to travel deeper. I decided to make my way through the labyrinth of secret covered passages in Paris, also known as […]

17 of the Best Cafes in Paris According to SVADORE

16KShares 0 0 16K 0 There is no shortage of unique and stunning cafés in Paris. Here’s SVADORE’s list of 17 best cafes in Paris. We all know or have done a bar or pub crawls, but when in Paris it seemed fitting for us to do a café crawl. My list of the best […]

Painted Rock: Things to Do on Block Island

3Shares 0 0 3 0 This ever-changing Painted Rock has been a Block Island local tradition since 1962. Discover its origin story and visit the rock to uncover the message of the week for yourself. It all started 57 years ago, in 1962, when Wendy and Eddie decided to paint over the rock at the […]

Rue Crémieux: How to Visit Places in Paris Respectfully

418Shares 0 0 418 0 Rue Crémieux in Paris has received a ton of attention in recent years. Here’s how to see it without infringing on the local’s daily lives and reasons why you should visit the street. It’s human nature to see a picture of a quaint, vividly colorful, row of English cottage homes […]

Vail Beach: The Beach Hidden Behind Mohegan Bluffs

727Shares 0 0 727 0 If crowds and daunting 142 step staircases are not for you, then maybe the local Vail Beach hiding behind Mohegan Bluffs is the beach for you. After biking the hills from the Sea Breeze Bed and Breakfast to Southeast Lighthouse and Mohegan Bluffs, Pat and I were hot and covered […]

Mohegan Bluffs: About & How to Get There On Block Island

1KShares 0 0 1K 0 Mention Block Island and the first thing that comes to peoples minds is the indelible view of Mohegan Bluffs on a clear summer day. I was told that Mohegan Bluffs are the reason why Block Island is known to many as the “Bermuda of the North.” I was excited to […]

Ground Control: Unique Experience in Gare de Lyon, Paris

680Shares 0 0 680 0 Pat and I followed our curiosity to the end of Coulée verte, which led us to a trending and hidden arts and food hub called Ground Control. As a second timer in Paris, I wanted to find a unique and unusual experience in Paris that was not touristy. It was […]

Paris’ Green Walk: Coulée Verte, The Original High Line

628Shares 0 0 628 0 Skip the tourist attractions in Paris and promenade yourself down the green Coulée verte René-Dumont, the original and first-ever built high line. Being from New York, we all know about the High Line down in Chelsea. But did you know, that the first-ever high line was actually built in Paris […]

Place Des Vosges: The Most Beautiful Square in Paris

37Shares 0 0 37 0 Place des Vosges, the oldest planned square in Paris, is also considered one of the most beautiful squares in Paris. Here’s why. Located in the 4th arrondissement, Places des Vosge was built in the 17th century by Henry IV. It was originally called Place Royale, but not because it was […]

Le Privé: Unlocking France in a NYC restaurant

568Shares 0 0 568 0 Let me hand you the keys to unlocking a real and authentic French experience in a NYC restaurant with a secret garden in Hell’s Kitchen—Le Privé. After a few failed attempts at finding genuine and, the keyword here is affordable, French food in a NYC restaurant, Patrick and I had […]