Greetings! A couple of days ago, I hit 1000 follows on my blog! It's been three years in the making, but I'm very happy to have reached this milestone. I thank all of you who continue to read and follow my adventures on this website. In return, I would like to dedicate this milestone to … Continue reading 1000 Follows! (and 25 Facts About Me)
This day, July 30th, marks my three years of blogging on Rebecca Goes Rendezvous. Since registering my blog in 2016, I have accumulated over 400 posts related to my adventures in traveling and living abroad, along with advice, personal stories, and poetry. Rebecca Goes Rendezvous is essentially a place for me to share my passion for seeing the world, … Continue reading Three Years of Blogging!
There's certainly no question that, despite being one of the smallest regions, île-de-France is the most-populous and heavily-concentrated in all of the country. Home to the capital Paris and many of the tourist draws (Versailles, Disneyland Paris), it's no wonder that so many first-time and seasoned travelers come to île-de-France for their holidays. Although it's … Continue reading 5 Places to Visit in Île-de-France (besides Paris)
Last week was Bastille Day (aka "le 14 juillet") in France. As it goes with many independence days, there were fireworks featured in cities all over the country, the most-famous being in Paris. Considering that it falls in the middle of summer, during which tourist season is at its peak, the capital is packed with people who … Continue reading A Guide to Bastille Day Fireworks in Paris
From what I've gathered over my years of traveling, I can say that I'm very much a city traveler: I enjoy the large streets, sprawling architecture, and easy accessibility to other towns and cities by public transport. I also love blending into the environment, being anonymous and free in a sea of people. It's no … Continue reading 10 Natural Parks I Want to Visit