We stumbled across this little restaurant when exploring the little hilltop villages inland in corsica. It was spectacular. It hangs on the side of a cliff with a spectacular view of the mountains and the sea, where you can drink in the colors of the sunset (go early enough to see it). The food is super...more
Paris' world famous shopping street, the Champs Elysees is a great place to spend an afternoon. Running from the Arc de Triomphe on one end to the Place de La Concorde. Great, fairly expensive fashion shops, lots of cafes and good people watching!...more
Beautiful inlets with white limestone cliffs and turquoise water. You can hike into some beautiful beaches, or take a boat ride from Cassis to see the calanques - although check the weather as the boats don't sail if it is too windy. This is amazing, romantic and can be really fun with kids (if you...more
This is an amazing restaurant. Set in an old townhouse from the 1700s where the Marquis de Lafayette used to live, it is decorated as it was back then. It is lit with candles and the atmosphere is incredibly intimate - like dining in a mini Versailles. The food is french with a bit of a japanese twist. On...more
This is a super chic Parisian steak house set in an old butcher shop dating from the 1700s. It is hidden away with little signage on a largely deserted street, so you will walk right by it if you don't know where you are going, but most taxis will take your there. The atmosphere is very intimate, and...more
Great little town on the French Riviera. Vineyards inland with great wine, great beaches and easy access to all the towns on the coast. The town itself is a bit sleepy - not much nightlife - but a good spot for chilling out.