Whether you’re a local or a tourist, I’ve created my ultimate London guide to share my favorite London travel guides, hotels, restaurants and other must-see attractions. I have lived in London since January 2015 and this guide will be updated periodically as I explore and review new places in London. The ‘London Guide’ lives on the top header bar of my blog, but can also be found here: http://www.thesavvybostonian.com/london-guide/.
Check it out and as always, I appreciate your recommendations for good places to try!
Ah, Paris. Always a good idea, especially when it’s the setting for an epic girls weekend. Between the warm weather, incredible food, sightseeing and a few surprise encounters, the magic of Paris made this trip memorable. Here are my tips and recommendations on how to spend a girls weekend in Paris.
Where To Stay
I absolutely adore Hotel Le Bellechasse in St. Germain. Decorated by Christian Lacroix, the hotel is in a fantastic location blocks from Musée d’Orsay. The hotel only has 33 guest rooms, free wi-fi and the service is great.
It’s always interesting returning to a place that you lived in for 13 years. No longer a resident, but not quite a tourist, I’ll always have a special place in my heart for a Boston and a desire to visit a few times annually. Here are highlights from my weekend back in Beantown.
The Arrival I took a daytime flight from Virgin Atlantic. As I settled into my seat, it was one of those amazing traveler moments where I had a row of three seats all to myself. Oh, and as we took off, the crew announced that we also had in-flight wi-fi (for a fee). A brilliant flight on so many levels, thank you Virgin Atlantic!
There are some times in life where you have “pinch me” moments. Not too long after moving to London, I was presented with an opportunity to go to Miami. With visions of warm weather, I jumped at the chance.
Here are a few highlights from my trip.
South Beach Miami and A Classic Car Show I spent a day soaking up the sun (well, not sure how much I soaked up with my 55+ SPF!) on the famed South Beach. It was lovely and I definitely noticed quite a few enviously toned physiques that the area is known for. We were also delighted to discover a classic car show on Collins Ave., offering an unexpected, but very fun activity!
After a wonderful time in London, I hopped on the Eurostar to Paris for business meetings and LeWeb. While the focus of this trip was business, I did get to see a few festive sights. Here are the highlights.