Traveling near Paris : champagne cellar

This is my second time to Champagne Ardenne, to visit champagne cellar. The first time it was at Mercier cellar, now I got a chance to visit the no.1 champagne producer in France – Moët & Chandon. With more than 1000 hectares of vineyards in Epernay,  and has 28 km of underground cellars, it’s something that worth visiting and knowing the history, right. Different to … Continue reading Traveling near Paris : champagne cellar

Where to go near Paris : Château Chantilly

If you’re bored of Paris (OMG, how could you), and want to explore somewhere else nearby, there are some places within 1-2 hour drive from the capital. I don’t drive in France (no driver’s license yet), so I go wherever that’s accessible by public transportation, and Château Chantilly has a pretty easy access for someone like me. I read the booklet that we could take … Continue reading Where to go near Paris : Château Chantilly

Strolling in Parisian garden: Albert Kahn

I don’t know why some Parisians like to complain that they can’t breathe well in the city and always think that this metropole needs more open space. Yet, there are a lot of gardens, parks, and squares (not to mention le bois – somekind of forest – but not a forest;p), and Paris could count on its 500 ha of them. If you find Jardin Luxembourg, … Continue reading Strolling in Parisian garden: Albert Kahn

L’Observatoire Sainte Cécile : my acrophobia conquer test

I have fear of heights but also a person who loves to see 360 degree view from above, a little annoying paradox, I know. Failed to climb the Lighthouse Tower in Cap Ferret due to long line, I went to the other high point (belvédère) of Arcachon, L’observatoire Sainte Cécile. As cute as the name, the way to get here is as beautiful, passing the … Continue reading L’Observatoire Sainte Cécile : my acrophobia conquer test