The owner of the shop, Pauline, has intricately decorated each corner of this stall, extending even outside of it, with items she personally curates every week from yard sales across Paris. As she describes it, she specializes in everything from bijoux and maroquinerie (jewelry and leather goods) to bibelots and curiosités (trinkets and curiosities).
Hello again blogging world I am back from a very lovely spring break. I first went to Jerusalem, Israel, where my brother lives, and then together we went to Paris, France. quick list of things we did: Eiffel Tower free (fee to go up) Arc de Triomphe free (fee to go up) Musée d'Orsay free with European student [...]
With only a month left in Paris, time is beginning to fly by. I’ve done and seen so much in my time here, but everywhere I look there is so much more to do! I’ve resolved to spend as much time outside as possible, and despite the wonderful metro system, I have recently enjoyed walking [...]
Wow what a wonderful (if not a bit chilly) way to spend a holiday weekend! I had the privilege of visiting London for a few days this past week. Despite it being incredibly cold and actually snowing a few times, I was able to see many of the attractions London has to offer. For anyone [...]