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Expat with Kids in Paris · 5d ago

Weekend escapade to Geneva

Known both as the "smallest of big cities", or the "city of peace", Geneva, lies at the southern tip of expansive Lac Léman. Surrounded by the Alps and Jura mountains, the city has views of ...
Expat with Kids in Paris · 1W ago

Swiss hospitality at its best

This weekend brought us back to Switzerland... yet again... for Expat boy needs to make his first grown-up life-changing decision. Where to go after the International Baccalaureate?To be per...
Expat with Kids in Paris · 2W ago

Expat with Kids in Paris' Social Media

Stuck at home with a thigh muscle strain - needless to say the weather is gorgeous and a run would seem like a great idea - I have reverted to streamlining all my social media feeds... et vo...
Expat with Kids in Paris · 2W ago

May I have a glass of Champagne so I can take a selfie?

After having read an article in the New York Times that someone had been eavesdropping on Parisian shoppers and had actually published a book on fashion chatter... how could I resist? I rush...
Expat with Kids in Paris · 2W ago

Let's Celebrate!

Expat with Kids in Paris · 3W ago

How long do you intend to be an Expat?

How long do you intend to be an Expat was the question put out to the community by my favourite blogger 4 kids, 20 suitcases and a beagle. My gut answer would be: it's a mindset as much as i...
Expat with Kids in Paris · 3W ago

What do you know about French pâtisserie?

Curious to see inside the new building of world renowned Cordon Bleu culinary school I signed up for a course of cultural history of pastry which in French naturally sounds much more impress...
Expat with Kids in Paris · 3W ago

Paris' Belle Epoche under the rain

Paris was at it's February best when I took my seat on the bus to reach our meeting point in front of the impressive Opera Garnier building. It was cold, it was windy and it was raining. Equ...
Expat with Kids in Paris · 4W ago

A rainy day under a 200-year old Passage

What better to do on a rainy day than to stroll through Paris' famous passages. Towards the end of the 18th century, town planners created a labyrinth of hidden passages across Paris. These ...
Expat with Kids in Paris · 4W ago

17th Century French World of Interiors

In the quest to learn how to recognise the different periods of French furniture through the knowledge of the symbols and codes that distinguish each style I signed up for yet another tour. ...