Love locks are appearing on bridges all over the world. We found these in Paris and Amsterdam. What was once a romantic gesture made by couples who want their love to be locked together forever, is now a nuisance that countries are trying to stop.
(A list of our favorite tips for traveling with a camera is included at the end of this blog) One of the highlights of visiting Paris is lunch at Au Pied de Cochon – the perfect Parisian brasserie.
Outside the Sacre Coeur there was a food festival at Christmas where famous food providers from all over France were demonstrating cooking techniques. There we discovered the Canele d’Armagnac and the Baba au Bougnat, which quickly became our new Christmas tradition.
We diligently tried all the best french macarons in Paris, but nothing compared to Laduree! Maybe it was the pastel colors, or the uber cute shop, or the matching ribbons and tissue paper with the Laduree insignia, but nobody does it like Laduree! (A list of our favorite tips for traveling with a camera is included at the end of this blog)
Tony and I at a photo shoot in the Gardens of the Royal Palace in Paris.
Loved the flowers on this dress we shot in Paris!