Length of Trip: 48 Hours
Paris is one of my favorite cities! Once I grasp the language,I could definitely imagine myself living there!
My first visit, and the visit documented in these photos, was February, 2014, the day after Valentine’s Day.
That weekend, I fell in love with a city. *The tower after rainfall. We were hot off the EuroStar and ready to explore. This is probably my favorite photo from the entire trip…and I took a ton of photos.*”Cruise” Time! It was definitely cold and not very relaxing. Yet, watching the eiffel tower light up over the water, at night, is incredible. I wish I could upload my videos. Unfortunately, wordpress is being difficult. *Escargot in the Latin Quarter. Normally, I’m a fan of escargot…only because of the sauce. But, this place was terrible. I wish I remembered the name to tell you all. It’s a cheap 3-course dinner scam for tourists.
We were lured in by free wine–It happens(I guess). If you’re a foodie like me, beware of some of the marketing tactics in the Latin Quarter.
*I know this is so typical, but I probably took at least 100 shots of, with, and under the eiffel tower.
But hey! It’s pretty and I like it…. Louve Time! *AKA the smiles before getting lost, hungry, and tired all up and through that museum. All because we wanted to find Mona sans a map. *Obviously my favorite part was that there were so many big handsome men. *I never got anything from there, but It just needed to be photographed. *Another touristy thing that I did–but willingly. I had been planning to go to Laduree since I was 16 and saw it in Gossip Girl. I don’t super recommend this place because they have stateside locations.
Buut I still recommend boarding the tiny-treats train, in general.There are tons of spots to choose from. They’re sooo prettyyy ♥ (I still have dreams about the pistachio)* Yes, I still have the box… and the little takeout bag.
That’s all! Next week I’ll be taking you through my memories of Brugges, Brussles…