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My favorites places to have brunch in Paris
Le loir dans la theiere
Located in Le Marais quarter
Le brunch de la Gaîté
In La Gaîté Lyrique
Secret places in Paris
La Campagne a Paris
Such a quiet place !
La Petite Ceinture
Try to find a way to enter ;)
Square de Montsouris
A charming Green walk!
My list of favorite food spots in San Francisco
A good spot for brunch in San Francisco. Make sure you arrive early if you want a table. It can get very crowded and the unfortunately run out of their signature dish, the donut cheeseburger. That said, I prefer their chicken and waffles to their signature dish.
This spot is a hybrid of Indian food and Italian food. There is a full Indian menu completely with amazing naan and curries, but the pizza is what this place is most famous for. The pizzas are made with Indian flavor profiles, so eating here is quite the experience.
My list of favorite food spots in Oakland
Great seafood. Definitely get one of the boils with some sourdough bread for dipping
4 Essential Travel Apps that will make your life easier
TripIt keeps record of all your travel documents in one place. Your flight itineraries and confirmations, hotel bookings and directions now sits in an app. You can share any of these with your travel companion or your Airbnb host.
If you always pack last minute (like me!), this app is a life-saver. PackPoint tells you what to bring based on many criteria: the length of your trip, the weather in your destination or the activities you can do. Don’t wait until the last minute to pack: do it now!
Maps.me is a navigation app built off OpenStreetMap data - which mean that your location data won’t be used by any third-party apps. You may see some ads pop-up in the app but fortunately nothing intrusive. Like Citymapper, Maps.me supports driving, walking, public transit, and cycling modes.
Wifi Finder - Free Wiki Map
Wherever you are, Wifi Finder will show you the spots where WiFi is accessible for free. It’s pretty helpful if you’re not traveling for a long time or if you don’t want to pay for a data plan.
I'm not sure you're allowed to visit Trail and _not_ go to the Colander. It's a Trail institution: large portions of tasty Italian fare. You're guaranteed leftovers for a few days.
In Rossland you'll find three peaks of wonderful trails at Red Mountain Resort. Hit up Red for some more intense black, or double black diamonds or Granite and Grey for a wider variety of skill levels.
No, not that Zuckerberg. If you're near Castlegar, check out Zuckerberg Island for a nice little walk at the confluence of the Columbia and Kootenay rivers. You can also check out a cute Russian Orthodox Chapel House with historical artifacts.
Private tours & transport in Armenia
Private tours in Armenia.
Hotel booking, transport booking, individual tour programs. firstname.lastname@example.org http://armeniatourguide.blogspot.com/p/services.html
List of favorite bars in Vancouver
dive bar but really big and not expensive.
6 acres in Gastown
romantic, candle lights and bricks - great vibe but crowded. Arrive before 8pm
33 acres in Mount Pleasant
Hipster craft beer - minimalist design and beer tastes good. Recommnd for friends, not dating
Wicklow Pub (Olympic Village)
The Greedy Pig (Gastown)
One of my favorite dive bars in Vancouver. It's local, cheap, not crowded, no hipsters or anyone pretentious. Just a great place to have a Gin Tonic after work and have a good conversation.
My favorite hikes in and around Vancouver are :
Saint Mark's trail
(see my full post about it)
this one is a well kept secret ! It's hard to access but it's incredible. 1,5 steep hike up, but you are then rewarded by a green meadow with a gorgeous water stream, flowers everywhere. All this just below the Glacier.
this one is easier, maybe 1,5 hours up and very enjoyable especially in winter. I love to do it in the evening or at night - don't forget the headlamp!
3 lakes with clear blue water. very crowded so I would suggest doing it in the winter - crampons needed, it's steep. You can bring snowshoes too if it has snowed recently. But the Path is frequently used so crampons are enough. It's a 3h drive to get there, so be sure to leave early enough if you do it because the parking is very small and people wait a long time to get a spot.
cute and easy, no big deal