I love traditions. I inherited this love from my mother. I like the idea of things and moments repeating themselves. It gives me something to look forward to, and to continuously appreciate. I sometimes wonder how lame things could be if it weren’t for traditions.
With that said, my bestie and I are starting a new tradition: random frolicking in Paris on the weekends. This past Sunday was our first Sunday Funday, and we filled it up with vegan cupcakes, a pumpkin spice flat white, a deliciously hoppy pint, quick play of tourist and hot cocoa with Valerie and finished it off with some indian food with more awesome friends.
Sometimes a decently packed day like this one is needed for sanity. What’s better than riding a bike all over Paris on a surprisingly sunny autumn Sunday?
You can read about Ana’s take on our special day and our primary stop, Vegan Folie’s, here.
53, rue Mouffetard, 75005
Tél: 01 43 37 21 89
Métro: Place Monge (7)
Sugarplum Cake Shop
68 Rue du Cardinal Lemoine, 75005
Tél: 01 46 34 07 43
Métro: Cardinale Lemoine (10)
1 Rue du Pont Louis-Philippe, 75004
Tél: 01 42 78 31 64
Métro: Pont Marie
15 rue Cail, 75010
Tél: 01 40 34 49 17
Métro: La Chapelle (2)
Valerie found this fantastic recipe for quinoa buffalo patties one day, and thought that it would be the perfect sleepover grub. It was indeed. And the cherry on top were some delicious Belgian beers.
Lately I’m totally digging these tunes.
Simple looks are always great.
Drooling over these rugs.
My dream bag.
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I’m dreaming of Konnerup & Co chocolate… still.
Don’t forget to save the date for this Vide Dressing!
Happy Sunday. I hope your weekend has been relaxing and full of sun rays.
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