Left Bank Women Writers: Paris Adventuress Book Club

The spirit and lifestyle of the Left Bank in Paris from 1900 to 1940 was populated by many artists and writers. Picasso, Hemingway, and many women writers like Edith Wharton, Gertrude Stein who explored both traditional narratives and a modernist view of language itself. When exploring the streets and avenues of the Left Bank, the…

Travel Like an Adventuress: The ‘Paris Adventuress’ Airport Guide

When you are a Paris Adventuress, there is nothing like a little bit of inspiration to make you book that ticket again for yet another year of adventure and discoveries.  A little touch of French lingerie, for example; Mais Oui!  What French girl would do without it? This is a must for your “at home for…

Relais Christine Hotel: Whispering History and Mystery on the Left Bank

A stay at the Relais Christine Hotel is more than just a night in Paris; its a time travel experience to several centuries of Parisian history. Built on the foundations of an ancient medieval monastery, the 17th century hotel architecture is one of the historic building styles in Paris.  Situated on the Rue Christine in…

The Paris Markets: Shopping in Vegetable Heaven on Earth

The Best Paris Marche’s are well known by all the travel experts as they focus mainly on the central Paris area; the outlying areas of Paris are not frequented by tourists so they offer you the “real” experience of shopping with the locals. NEUILLY, which is outside of Paris in a nearby zip code and…

Fashion Week Highlights for Spring 2015

The week in fashion had its thrills and spills for everyone. With our student photographers who were shooting the shows for the first time, it was a fun way to see the collections through their eyes for the first time. Special thanks to our photographers from Paris College of Art and Design. Efissio, Keegan and…

Luxury Jewels At Boucheron Paris : Baubles, Bangles and Beads

The BOUCHERON Boutique at The Antique Biennale 2014 The journey begins in Japan where an exquisite necklace inspired by the rivers and inlets in the high mountains of Spring; there is still snow and ice on the ground. The creation of the “Japonaise” Boucheron necklace is both a marvel of gemstone technology and a romantic…

Paris Nights: Confessions of a Window Watcher

Coming home late in Paris is just like discovering another face of the city; the windows of Paris at night are like the eyes of Paris. If you look deeply and closely into them you will discover their intimate secrets and a sense of what is really going on. From pastry to paintings there is…

Fall in Love with Paris: Take a Trip this September

Our next visit to when the summer still lingers on…and the fall season beckons. We love all the flurry of activities in Paris such as museum openings; special exhibits; sparkling shop windows and seasonal dishes to sample with new fall wines.  Perhaps you want to see the sculpture of Rodin, or wander through the interior…

Butterflies under Glass: Left Bank Artistry

Extraordinary Butterflies on Display in A Paris Shop on the Left Bank.  Not for the faint of heart, this shop also specializes in stuffed animals (we don’t mean the kind you find in the toy shop).  Our Fall Adventuress tours are just now being planned, for September in Paris, when the summer breezes are still…