Canada 1, France 0. Arlo’s transition to daycare – Day 1.
We had some great dinners night after night, especially when you have daily access to the local produce market and freshly made pasta from the shop next door. We were also in gelato central.
We debated about this a lot (carbon emissions, fuel costs, finding parking etc.) but after realizing that back-packing (or hauling bags) around Europe is really more of a romantic, sometimes limiting, and more expensive notion these days, we unfortunately decided to shelve the idea. Once practicality and the convenience factors settled in, we decided to […]
We landed at the Charles De Gaulle airport in the early afternoon – wide-eyed, frisky, marvelled, relieved for cooler weather, and ready for another adventure. Hopping onto the RER, we made our way towards the city. While gazing out the window and hoping for signs of an early spring, we were suddenly serenaded by French accordion music from down the train car. It was at that moment that we really knew we were in Paris.
Getting from Paris to Rome and Vice Versa | Paris Logue. Plenty of people who are planning their first trips to Europe can’t fathom the idea of skipping any of the great European capitals. Because really, if you can find cheap tickets to Europe, why wouldn’t you hit as many spots as possible? So nevermind […]