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French Fridays: Paris walking tours

Over the years, I’ve come to realise that one of my favourite ways to discover a city is to take a guided tour, preferably right at the start of my stay, so I can get my bearings and make notes of places I want to go back to!  “Guided tour” you say? Yes, yes, but […]

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French Fridays: A stroll around Nérac (Lot-et-Garonne, France)

Those of you who have read this blog for a while now or who follow me on Instagram will know that we have spent a fair amount of time in France over the past two years. Specifically, in the Lot-et-Garonne in a town called Nérac. I first discovered Nérac in the summer of 2012, when […]

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OUtside at the Albright Knox on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Niagara Falls (NY) and Buffalo: Five reasons to visit now!

When I told people I was headed to Niagara Falls (USA) and Buffalo over the Labour Day long weekend, I’ll admit I saw a few raised eyebrows. I mean, I had just spent the summer in Europe – many people wondered if Niagara Falls (NY) and Buffalo would hold the same kind of interest for […]

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French Fridays: Some favourite Paris reads and recipes

Five years ago today, I posted my very first French Fridays with Dorie recipe. Every Friday after that from October 2010 to nearly the end of June 2015, I faithfully posted a recipe I’d made from the book (not missing one single week!) along with my friends over on French Fridays with Dorie. It’s the […]

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French Fridays: Favourite kitchenware stores near Les Halles/ Montorgueil (Paris)

If you follow me on Instagram, Twitter or Flickr, you’ll know I spend an awful lot of time in Paris. And that I lived there many years ago.  Back in 1995 when I first moved there, I unknowingly moved myself right into what Zola calls the “Belly of Paris” (the Les Halles neighbourhood in the […]

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A visit to Borough Market (London)

Last month I had the good fortune to visit London for a couple of short days into which I managed to pack in more eating, drinking and walking than I thought possible! One of the highlights of my trip was checking out the Borough Market – a feast for the eyes for sure. Borough Market […]

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