Singing Pebbles | Nice, France

As I dipped my toes in the Mediterranean Sea for the first time, I could feel the salt in the water kiss against my skin. What captured me the most of being in this sea was the sound of the pebbles dancing in the water. The beaches here are not like home. Instead of silky…

Paris, France | Picture Post II

Paris will always have a piece of my heart… I feel lucky to have spent almost a week there and fell in love with its captivating architecture and old time spirit. Here are some photos from my last few adventures in the city of lights. Jardin De Luxemburg I’m a fan of what the French…

Ville De Versailles, France | Picture Post

Golden gates welcomed my open jaw as I walked up along uneven cobble stones. As I walk into the palace, I run my fingers along walls made of marble as the scent of old wooden frames dance in my nose. Words cannot express how glorious and gorgeous this place is. My favorite part of Versailles…

The Louvre Paris, France | Picture Post

The lit up entrance welcomes you with stone walls and glass ceilings. There are three storage entrances you can take to the different sections of the Louvre; all eventually connecting to each other. Each section has rooms full of hundreds of pieces of art. All different types of art from acrylics paintings to marble statues…

Paris Graffiti | Picture Post

When you think of strolling through Paris, you may think of stone buildings lined with marble detail or Greek statues. Staying in the northern part of Paris, I don’t see as much of this part of the stereotypical Paris. It is still a nice area with a canal just hugging my hostel. One morning as…

Paris, France | Picture Post I

I have fallen in love with Paris. A city I only thought I was going to spend a couple days has now turned into a week. Situated on the banks of the Seine River, it is a city full of history, neo-classical architecture and a style you can only understand till you walk the canals….

Parc de Buttes Chaumont Paris, France | Picture Post

After walking all day, I simply wanted somewhere to sit. One thing I noticed in larger cities is they lack benches. It makes sense; why would you need benches if you’re always on the go? My feet were sore, my stomach was grumbling but I didn’t want to go back to my hostel so I…

Merci

As I trek across from country to country, I gather pieces along the way. Pieces that will help me remember. Pieces that I can give as gifts to others. Pieces that I had brought along and realized I didn’t need any more. The task of sending these pieces back home made me a tad nervous….