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Herbs in market on Context Aligre market tour on eatlivetravelwrite.com

A tour of the Marché d’Aligre (Paris) with Context Paris

Longtime readers won’t be surprised to see another Paris food tour here on the blog – many of you know food tours are something I actively seek out wherever I go.  I’m a huge fan of Context tours because they offer something a little different – claiming to be “committed to the character of the city”, […]

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Cheese selection on La Cuisine Paris cheese and wine workshop

A cheese and wine workshop at La Cuisine Paris

France. Cheese. Wine. Sounds like the perfect combination, right? But have you ever stood in a wine or cheese store in France and been so overwhelmed that you simply don’t know what to choose? There are something like 400+ cheeses (and wines???) in France so choosing one can be challenging especially if you don’t know […]

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Sweet plate at Le Royal Monceau Paris afternoon tea on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Afternoon Tea at Le Royal Monceau (Raffles, Paris)

It’s not everyday one receives an invitation to “tea at Raffles, Paris” so when Carol from Paris Breakfasts wondered whether I might like to join her one sunny Wednesday afternoon last month, I jumped at the chance!  Le Royal Monceau (Raffles, Paris) is a gorgeous building – as soon as you enter the lobby, you’re […]

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Looking out on the Pyramide from inside the Louvre on THATLou on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Treasure hunt at the Louvre (THATLou)

The Louvre. Been there – done that? Well if you think you’ve “done the Louvre” (and therefore don’t need to do it again like, ahem, *some* people – that would be me!), think again! Last month, after a long time of observing from a distance (online) I finally got to check out the Louvre in […]

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Berries and currants at Bayeux Market on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Delicious Normandy

There’s not much I love more when I am travelling than discovering a food market. Except maybe when I am taken around the market with a local who knows “the” stand to buy your produce/ cheese/ charcuterie at and where to pick up just the right baguette to enjoy with your market spoils after you’re […]

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