Travel is personal, something each of us enjoy its own way. It does not have to be far from your own backyard. After all, our backyard is somebody’s else dream destination. But it’s something more, a chance to escape everyday’s obligations. For us it’s discovery other cultures, landscapes, history and of course the culinary delights of the places visited.

Allow me to introduce myself

My name is Marilyne and I live with my boyfriend in the central U.S. I am a French native. We both have a full time career in the travel and hospitality industry, and still enjoy traveling for fun.

As a child, I travelled much of Europe and got into the hospitality industry as a mean to follow my love for food and travel. At an early age, I was exposed to different cultures, and I now enjoy writing about my experiences. While I’ve been in the U.S. for some time, French is my native tongue, and I am still learning the nuances of the English language. If you happen to find a word you don’t understand, just send me a note.

If you are looking for a place to fuel your dreams, and searching for ideas for weekend getaways or activities when getting to your destination, this is the place for you.

Once in a while you may also find recipes hidden in the middle, just because…Some will have a connection with my native country, while others will be connected to a region we visited.

Check out the Start Here page. It will inspire and inform you on travel destinations, and more!


4 Comments Add yours

  1. Hi Marilyne! Happy to have found your blog! I love the name you’ve chosen, fits perfectly with your description! My granny is French (from Nice) so I also have a true love for France! I look forward to following you and reading your posts! 🙂

    1. Marilyne says:

      Thank you, this is really kind of you. I do love France too, even though I do not live there any longer. Stay in touch.

  2. Neidotta says:

    Hi and thanks for following my blog! I agree with you that in France there is much more than just Paris. I am always happy to read about travels and food (and wine even if I don’t like it myself) so I am going to follow your blog 🙂

    1. Marilyne says:

      Thank you Neidotta, this is really kind of you. I hope you can find other posts interesting for your travels. If you ever go to France, feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.

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