I think you can learn a lot about a city from the coffee shops there. Are they rustic and homey, serving the lattes in hodge-podge mugs? Is it cleanly decorated with white walls and prints, or is it filled with wooden accents and plants? In America we often just grab our coffee and go, but since I work in a coffee shop, I find myself spending about 50% of my time seeing what a coffee shop can say and do for a city.
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So you might know that I spent November of 2015 in Marseille, France. Since then I’ve done nothing but sing praises for the south of France. Everything there is a little bit brighter–mainly because, unlike in Paris, the sun actually shines there. Instead of my normal post where I ramble forever about how gorgeous everything was, I’m going to hit my hard and fast favs of this little region. Continue reading Marseille & Aix-en-Provence: the fast version
One of the passengers on the train to the ice caves.
The snow covered
The ice caves in Chamonix
Exterior shot of the train station
The snowy trees in Chamonix.
A photo of the beautiful hotels in Chamonix.
Gondolas going down to ice caves.
The gondolas for the ice caves
The sunny days in pre-snow Chamonix
Taking the Lala Lacelets on trips with me.
The ice caves in Chamonix lit up with lights.
The city of Chamonix after it finally snowed!
The fog rolling into the trees in on the mountains.
Chamonix is a beautiful place-probably one of the best places you could go skiing in. Not only for the amazing views of Mont Blanc, but also the apres-ski activities. One of my favorite bars from my time there was Moo. A simple and comfortable bar for the
Fields in Geneva
I’m currently in Geneva with my family for the winter holidays. Look for more posts to come as I travel to Basel, Switzerland for the Christmas Markets and Chamonix, France for a ski weekend.