Writing this post brings back many sweet memories of Provence. We spent our days driving on country roads that took us through a maze of lavender, sunflower fields and endless rows of vineyards. It was mid-July and the sun was beaming brightly but the weather was still cool and made it pleasant for us to roam and wander. The evenings are a bit brisk but the sunsets behind the valleys and mountains are incredibly romantic.  The lavender fields stay in the same location each year but the sunflowers change. But there is plenty of them so don’t worry! The best…

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Spring is just ending and I’m excited to share my summer plans with you all! Hopefully, by doing so, I can get some feedback on what you’d like to see next on the blog regarding these places. I haven’t necessarily plan my whole trip out yet and a lot are still in the works but if you’ve been or are planning, feedback is greatly appreciated. I will, however, add in some of my thoughts, some current insight of things I’ve read and reasons as to why I chose these places this summer. So let’s get started with June! June June…

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I’ve been to Paris in spring, summer and winter. Undeniably, Paris is one of my favorite places in any season. Paris is adorned with gorgeous blooms in spring. The weather is a bit chilly in the evenings still but perfect when paired with your favorite scarf and light sweater. Summer offers a lot more sunshine but also gets very crowded. I have not gotten a chance to visit in the autumn but can only imagine how romantic it is when the leaves turn. Winter months in Paris is chilling, frosty and utterly beautiful in the rain. With much less crowds, you won’t have…

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