Le Musée Rodin

Musée Rodin, 79 rue de Varenne, Paris 7ème The Musée Rodin was created in 1916, one year before the death of Rodin (1840-1917). It was the house of the artist. Around 6,500 sculptures, thousands of drawings, and more things are presented there. You can visit the beautiful garden too. L’âge mur by Camille Claudel, Rodin’s … Continue reading

Roland Garros, the call of the red brick dust

For me, Roland Garros is the event of spring. Walking by the village of Roland Garros, sreaming when there is a French tennis player on the court, doing an ola when the players are ready… I wish I had a TV to watch all the games ! But by choice, I do not have a … Continue reading

Le Curio Parlor et autres curiosités

Le Curio Parlor, 16 rue des Bernardins, Paris 6ème, 01 44 07 12 47 “J’adore le Curio, il y a plein de choses étranges, les cocktails sont différents. Le seul endroit où j’accepte de payer un cocktail plus de 10 euros ! Non, mais attends… Et là, paf ! Il y a un RENARD !” … Continue reading

Petit comme un timbre

Le Timbre, 3 rue Saint Beuve, Paris 6ème, 01 45 49 10 40 Hier, une flemme gigantesque de préparer le dîner m’a submergé. Comme beaucoup de soirs en fait (malheureusement). Pour m’empêcher d’aller dîner de poisson cru radioactif, ou de boeuf cru accompagné de pommes de terre pleines d’huile, le boyfriend a trouvé dans le … Continue reading

Wardrobe investments ?

(source : Dead Fleurette, really love her blog) I am fed up with Zara and H&M (OMG, why do I say that ?). I always find pretty things to buy which are always cheap, but eventually, I do not really love these clothes. The ones I really cherish are those that I planned buying months … Continue reading


Barcelona is an amazing city (less than Paris for sure) for its architecture, its museums, its bars and tapas, Zara (oh yes)… But it also reminds me of Lille : drunk students, people who sing out loud in the streets when you are trying to sleep (at 4am), alcohol, binge drinking and all things which … Continue reading

Le Musée Gustave Moreau

I’m back !!! After my problems with my Tumblr blog, and Disqus, I’m back here on WordPress ! Hope everything will work this time ! And for my first post, it will be the Musée Gustave Moreau, 14 rue de la Rochefoucauld, Paris 9ème. Gustave Moreau was a French symbolist painter of the 19th century … Continue reading