- Quebec City,
- solo women travel
French teacher, travel author, boutique hotel junkie and art history lover. In between travels, find me sipping champagne and dreaming about being an expat in the south of France.
My travel style
I love designing a travel adventure that seamlessly combines both touristy adventures with living like a local. I am also obsessed with creating the ultimate luxurious experience on a budget. My globetrotting excursions always stem from an organic process rooted in personal passions, must-sees and lavishness.
Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac
Popular hilltop hotel with exceptional service, gorgeous guest rooms and a great bar.
Hôtel de JoBo
Romantic and eclectic boutique in the heart of the Marais, with bold leopard-print interiors and a tea room and cocktail bar.
Complimentary bottle of prosecco and Venetian cicchetti in room on arrival.
Complimentary access to the sauna, once per stay.
Guaranteed 2pm checkout.
Recently returned from:
Dog sledding and maple syrup loving in Old Quebec City.
Sunset watching and floating in the crystal clear, salty waters of the Aegean sea in Mykonos, Greece.
Walking with the ghosts of Hemingway, Picasso, Stein and Fitzgerald in the streets and museums of Paris.
Boating, cliff jumping and prosecco drinking in Cinque Terre, Italy.
South of France.
Paris – even after a million times, there’s still so much more to experience there.
One thing I can't travel without...
Two truths, one lie:
One of my favorite things to do is to seek out the best cup of hot chocolate in every new European city I visit.
I've done yoga in front of the Colosseum in Rome.
I once paid over 100 euros for a half glass of champagne at the Ruinart Champagne House in Reims, France.
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