Quantcast
Archive | france RSS feed for this section
Tasting time on Context Paris tour on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Baguette to Bistro: Culinary Traditions of Paris (a Context Paris walking tour of the Left Bank)

Those of you who follow this blog will know that one of my favourite things to do when I visit another country (even one I know really well) is to take walking tours, especially those centred around food.  I like the fact that on a tour, you can share your desires to do/ see/ eat […]

Read full story Comments { 14 }
Baguettes and Eiffel Tower on eatlivetravelwrite.com

A food tour of Paris’ 7th arrondissement with Localers

Food tours when I travel. I’m a huge fan! You might remember, from Paris alone, this tour by Flavors of Paris on the Left Bank, the Context Paris Chocolate Walk, the Context “Bobo Palate: New Trends in Parisian Cuisine“, the La Cuisine Paris “Sugar Walk” of the Marais, the “Bellies on Foot” tour, again from […]

Read full story Comments { 25 }
Context Bobo palate tour eatlivetravelwrite.com

Bobo Palate: New Trends in Parisian Cuisine (A Context Paris walking tour of the upper Marais)

When I was planning this year’s trip to Paris, I was kind of overwhelmed with how MUCH I wanted to do/ see/ eat. Paris kind of does that to you. One way of managing one’s desires to do/ see/ eat everything is to take a gourmand walking tour, such as those offered (amongst others) by […]

Read full story Comments { 9 }
Passage Vero Dodat Paris on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Discovering Secret Paris with Urban Adventures

Some of you might remember when I took the “When Pigs Fry” tour by Urban Adventures in Toronto a while ago. Many of you will know that I’m a huge fan of taking tours in different cities (especially in Paris when they are combined with food – like this tour by Flavors of Paris on […]

Read full story Comments { 17 }

Looking beyond the macaron: sweet treats in Paris

Ah Paris. City of Light.  Also, a city of amazing sweets.  But to really experience the sweet side Paris, get off the beaten path and seek out some of the more unusual “sweet things” she has to offer.  From pink pralines to exquisite marshmallows, you’ll be surprised at the range of tasty sweets that expends […]

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Read full story Comments { 14 }