Things change and priorities shift as you get older. When you have kids they change even more. As a responsible adult, sometimes fun gets put on the back-burner and a once clear-head becomes non-existent. I miss that clear-head.Now I'm in my fifties (ugh) and I can't wait to see if this decade has changed me yet again.
In Paris, everywhere you go you see art.
In my case, all true. I feel like Paris is my hometown. I now live in the suburbs and I hate it with a passion. Inundated with soccer moms, over-priveledged children (no offense) and old people (I live at the Jersey Shore), the burbs are not my thing. I thought I could adapt, but alas 11 years later, I'm still in Hell.
If you have ever been to Paris, you know that it is one of the most beautiful (if not the most) cities in the entire world.
Whether you're searching for a famous author, artist or rock star, Père Lachaise Cemetery is the place to pay your respects and see something totally different.
Photos from my mid-life crisis, month long Paris vacation.
There is so much beauty in the The City of Lights, its hard to focus in on just one thing. The architecture is amazing. No matter where you go, there is always something interesting to see. I have a love for French doors. They are so ornate and captivating that you can't stop looking for more doors.
When I took him across the pond, he fell in love with the city of lights. Now we were both in love. In love with each other and in love with our City. So I've compiled a list of places I like to eat (because food and drink are the best) when I'm in Belle Paris.