I'm quite in love with London, and I'm not even sure why. Perhaps, it's because it has a european vibe with a touch of chic and even extravagant to some degree lifestyle. I adore every little details of pretentious Knightsbridge and every little corner of cute Notting Hill.
No matter how friendly and amazing other places are, London stole my heart from day one during my first visit few years ago. We happily reunited this March and I liked it even more. The fact that my very first night I spent at Artists Residence added onto brightening up the experience as well.
Paris is always a good idea. It really is. Who wouldn't want to roam cobblestoned Parisian streets, get lost, have late coffees with croissants..? The list is endless. I haven't been in Paris for almost 7 years until this February.
If after my previous post you are still thinking where to stay in Paris, I've got another option for you. Hotel Fabric (sister of Hotel Monge) is located on Upper Marais and is very convenient of those who want to stay on La Rive Droite (the Right Bank).
When traveling, I like the idea of staying in different places to see as many new things as possible. But I also wanted to stick around Latin Quarter for few more days to explore the neighborhood and the Left Bank (La Rive Gauche).
Many of you (if you follow me on Instagram) know that I took a really joyful two weeks break at the end of February-beginning of March and headed to Europe.
I don't think my writing skills can really express all spectrum of feelings and emotions I got from this city. The funny part is that I didn't really fell for it at the moment I was there.
Isn't is too much work to go through the photos of every single trip? Sure thing it is, however it's a sweet pleasure to revive the memories again
Not sure what exactly Lana Del Rey meant by "get high", but driving on 101 down south listening to her songs feels pretty damn good! As if you run away from the world full of responsibilities and obligations…