Where In The World Does Iced Tea and Top Knots Want To Go: Paris

To kick off being back to posting on a regular basis, I am launching a new series, “Where In The World Does Iced Tea and Top Knots Want To Go.” For the first one, I am covering Paris, France! Ever since I was little I have always wanted to go to Paris and anytime I saw Paris on TV or in a movie it heightened my dream to go to Paris. 

What really just confirmed my love of Paris was the movie ‘Midnight in Paris.’ Truly fell in love all over again with Paris and more. I have my outfits planned for each occasion and historical spot I want to visit as well as my coffee spots where I will have a tea latte and French macaroon. I can’t wait to go and that is one of my goals for 2020, go to Paris and soak up as much as I can. Here’s to the trip of my dreams. I have listed some of my favorites I have that I want to go to. See below and let me know what your favorites have been when visiting Paris. 

Sports:

Popular Spectator Sport In Paris

Shopping:

Hidden Shopping Gem In Paris 1 & 2

Food: 

Beefbar Paris – a historic restaurant near the Champs Elysées

Girafe – where dining comes with killer Eiffel Tower views

L’Abysse – where French and Japanese talent come together near the Champs Elysées

Cutest Coffee Shops:

Le Tambour

Odette

Le Consulat

Au Vieux Paris d’Arcole

Here is to my future trip to Paris!

~Iced Tea & Top Knots

P.S. What are your favorite spots in Paris?

Yes,Please of the Week: All Things San Diego

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So I have been away for awhile and now I am back. I wanted to kick start with another Yes, Please piece. This week it is yes,please to all things San Diego. It is like my second home from family being there to amazing restaruants that I just can’t stay away from. I just spent 4th of July there and it was nice to able to walk everywhere and interact with great family and friends. I enjoyed so much that weekend, but ones that stood out was spending time with my sister, brunch with friends and fireworks !

It isn’t always about the holiday weekend in San Diego. It can be about going to a Charger game and cheering them on, which is another big yes, please in San Diego. What I love to about San Diego too is that there are some many great little pockets of cute towns from Old Town to La Jolla to the Gaslamp District. Also, another one of my favorite places and activities that is about an hour outside of the city is Julian and apple picking. I have done it twice and each time and so much time walking through the cute town, going apple picking, eating apple pie and eating lunch in the outside park.

I have come to realize San Diego has part of my heart and love the warmth and down to earth feel it has to offer and all the amazing things it has to offer. There is something in San Diego for everyone from Sports to Fashion Week to Comic Con to Restaurant & Beer Week(it is a foodies paradise). So don’t be afraid to say Yes,Please to San Diego and go out and explore. Can’t wait to hear what you all think.