A collaboration post about the world’s new modern architecture! I invited some of my fellow travel bloggers to share their experience all over the world. I will kick off with the National Museum of Qatar.
A collaboration Yummylicious post for Paris! I reached out to my fellow bloggers and their unique experience in legendary dining places.
This time, my fellow bloggers have shared some ideas that might inspire you about experiencing the diverse and delicate French cuisine. These are places with a rich history and star-studded clientele.
My pick of urban observatory decks – First, the city itself has to have unique and spectacular cityscape for the viewers to appreciate; Secondly, the observatory deck has to offer the best angle of the iconic landmarks with the backdrop of the stunning skyline. Therefore, some of the choices are tough and they might not be the landmark itself. Instead – they are my “even better” choices.
A guest post! It’s all about France and you may want to listen to what Marie has to say about why this country is so amazing.
(Plus Tips for a River Cruise!)
Last time when I was in town (again), I finally visited Versailles, and I found it was an art pilgrimage long overdue. This is all about why, when, how, and what not to miss visiting the palace and gardens of Versailles, France.
It was my first hot air balloon flight, and I had a great time flying over the scenic Fontainebleau Forest, and there was a music festival!
Which one is your favourite cathedral in Europe? Which is the best? This is all about my pick of top 12 Cathedrals in Europe! – Part 2
Everyone loves art. I love art. Art is everywhere in town, but walking through all the top 5 art galleries is a marathon challenge. One requires energy, good legs, stamina, strategies, time, strong desire, and passion… It is all about my pick of top 10 European classical art museums in the world !
Versailles has been the center of attention in France and it’s packed with tourists; Fontainebleau, a palace nearby is considered a hidden gem and certainly not to miss.
The higher you go, the farther you see. It is also the more you see. I love reaching high points and appreciate the city layout, grids, architecture and cityscape. Especially Paris is rather flat and situated on the river Seine, you might see the city a little bit differently from the above. 🙂