End of May is a perfect time of the year to explore the city of Marseille, its surrounding islands and the breathtaking calanques under a nice warm sun. I landed in Marseille Airport and took a return shuttle (thanks again to the lady from the ticket office who asked if I was a student!) to the train station Marseille Saint-Charles (13,40€). What to do in … Continue reading 3 days in Marseille
Even before visiting it, Lyon has always represented an ideal city: not as big as a capital, South enough to be warm for most of the year and only a few hours from both the mountains and the sea. But now that I’ve visited? I’m even more convinced! Where to eat in Lyon? Eating in the Vieux Lyon: we wandered for a while in the cute … Continue reading City trip in Lyon
I found a super nice hostel in Lille! More than a hostel, Gastama is also a bar located in a trendy street in the Old Lille where locals love to come for one (or more) drinks. I drove to Lille for the final of the Davis Cup (tennis) Not to be in a rush in the morning, I decided to head to the French city … Continue reading Hostel Gastama (Lille) – Review
I’ve hesitated a lot about writing about my snowboarding trips. I ride, I sleep, I eat. I don’t take time to visit anything, to walk (walk really?!) or to do any other things. I’ve started my skiing years in Switzerland with my primary school. My school sent us 3 weeks (yep 3!) at the age of 10-11 far away from our parents (yay!). We were … Continue reading Where to ski and ride in France?
To be honest, I did not choose to go to Bordeaux thinking that it would be a beautiful destination for a city trip but to meet some friends living there. However, I must admit that the city is very charming and I will certainly go back! Friday night Arrived on Friday night, my friends took me to a nice lively bar specialised in rum called … Continue reading 2 days & 2 nights in Bordeaux