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  2020 was a disaster to most when it comes to traveling, but there are some solid ways you'll always have Paris, no matter what year you visit! Unless you were in a coma all of last year, you’re more than aware of how much the world shook.

7 Things 'Emily in Paris' Got Wrong 'Emily in Paris', the latest Darren Star creation on Netflix is all the craze right now - and I bet that by now you've checked it out! So, are you wondering how true (or untrue) to real life the show is

7 Things 'Emily in Paris' Got Right 'Emily in Paris', the latest Darren Star creation on Netflix is all the craze right now. Americans are talking about the show. The French are scrutinizing it, and of course, the internet community is blowing up debating it! It's no surprise that

Let’s keep it real. We are living in a historical and unprecedented time. The global situation and quarantine due to the Coronavirus (or Covid-19) outbreak is strange. There are lots of questions and uncertainties. It seems like no one has the answers and we are all trying to understand

(that you won’t find in a tour guide*) For the best things to do in Paris for a unique summer getaway**, let me inspire you with this list of 8 exceptional experiences you won’t find in any tour guides. You’ve visited the Louvre, Montmartre, and the Eiffel Tower and

How to spend a special day in Paris with your Valentine    Photo Credit : Guendalina Flamini This is my idea of how to spend a perfect Valentine's day in Paris. This foolproof itinerary has something exceptional for you! Whether you love to eat, explore the city, or discover

  Paris in December is one of the most delightful times to visit the City of Light. Whether it’s your first time or 10th time coming to France, this beautiful country has much to offer the adventurer who is searching to discover. For the holiday season, Céline Concierge

Experience an authentic Paris (like the locals do)

    Do you dream of Paris?  The City of Love, the country of baguettes, wine and cheese. You know that scene in that famous black and white film where the two lovers are enjoying a candlelit dinner on a balcony overlooking the Eiffel Tower sparkling. They continue the night