Last week, I posted the first installment of our Paris trip. If you missed it, you can find it HERE. Traveling has become one of my favorite things and once I get going, I just don't want to stop! During our weekend in France, we took the TGV train down to the Provence region of France. It's much quieter and quainter in these small towns and was a nice little getaway. We also learned a bit about Van Gogh's time here and ate at the Cafe Nuit, styled after one of his famous paintings.
This past summer, I had the opportunity to travel abroad to France for the first time. I'd never flown across an ocean or received stamps in my passport (apparently Mexico and Canada didn't care last time I was there) so this was a big deal! My friend Christy, her sisters, and I got to spend several days in Paris with a little excursion to Provence in southern France. This trip was one for the books and it's taken me so long to finally get my photos rounded up with a few of our "pro tips" and fun facts.