Posts tagged "paris"

Paris Is Always A Good Idea

The distinct piano notes, interrupted by beats and lyrics, carried a clear message through the dimly lit Parisian apartment. “Let’s have a toast for the assholes. Let’s have a toast for the scumbags…Runaway as fast as you can. Runaway from them, Baby. Runaway.”  I may not have run fast, but more than one person I […]

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Ruined Me…

To you—I hope that you don’t read this, because I think it’s a hard thing to read that you are being talked about instead of talked to; so tread softly, take the words lightly, and simply know that you gave me the adventure to write about, and to that gift, I am forever grateful. Thank […]

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In With The New…

I rubbed my eyes; shaking my head from side-to-side as if to shake the sleepiness from my brain and body. Tel Aviv. Paris. Delay. Los Angeles. It had been a long day of travel, and yet, I felt more rested than I had felt all week. “You slept the ENTIRE flight,” my middle-seat neighbor said […]

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Overcoming Fear on My First Solo Trip to Paris

I am a believer in pushing yourself out of your comfort zone – after all, that’s where all the magic happens. I’ve never had to use public transportation before. The first time I pushed myself to do it was in Ottawa, Canada on a work trip where I went solo in the freezing rain to […]

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A Snapshot of The Flight Attendant Life (According to Instagram)

The traveling and sans free wi-fi has made it challenging to sit down and tell the stories. A�I’ve wanted to, but also, with limited days off, I want to see as much as I as possible. A�In 11 days, I’ve bounced from Los Angeles to Brooklyn; New York City to Paris; Paris to Porto, Portugal, […]

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Whirlwind Travels With A Flight Attendant/Travel Blogger

I’ve been in two continents, three countries, five cities, and three hostels/hotels. A�I’ve ridden buses, taken two-red eyes, sat on trams, rode a train, and walked a lot. A�I’ve had great conversations, became frustrated and laughed till I cried. All of this happened in the last 6 days. It’s exhausting and exhilarating, and all I […]

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