Friday, November 18, 2016

Paris Travel Guide

The City of Lights! After London I was not expecting too much form Paris. However, the second I stepped off the train, I fell in love with Paris. They call Paris the city of love not because Paris is so romantic. In fact Paris just might be the least romantic city I went to. There were people everywhere, bridges were crowded even late in the evening, there is no privacy, just hustle and bustle. 

Paris is the City of Love because you can not help but fall in love with the city itself. Every corner is filled with beauty. The little details in the architecture, little hidden away museums, whispering gardens everywhere. Paris is a city you can not help but love. There is inspiration and hope every which way. Paris was by far my favorite city I have been to. I do not know how anyone gets anything done here because there are distractions and lively things to do at any give time. 
I know with true print you have to limit how many photos you put, but this is not true print. This is MY blog. Here are some of my other favorite moments in Paris. Musee de l'Orangerie was hands down the biggest must see. I think I cried when I walked into the room. Actually I went to walk in and then thought that I was not ready to experience that kind of beauty just yet, so I walked out put myself together and then once I was truly ready I walked in. 

Musée d'Orsay is more of a hidden gem. I loved it because there was pockets of amazing art as well as just some beautiful pieces. Musee Rodin was a beautiful museum with pieces such as the thinker and the Gates of Hell. Honestly anywhere you go is going to be breath taking. Everything about Paris was magical. I have nothing but good things to say. Getting off the train and seeing all of the amazing architecture, seeing one of my very favorite bands (Young Blood Brass band incredible live), seeing all of my favorite artist, the history, the fashion. Not a single complaint.   

Okay this post is way too long. I do not think there was a single thing I did not love about Paris. I truly hope this guide helps you on your next trip. 
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6 comments

  1. You did a lovely job conveying how much you really enjoyed your trip. I love it there as well.

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  2. Great post, i loved the pictures. Paris is in my wishlist, your guide will be helpful when the time comes.

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  3. Paris looks beautiful. It's been on my bucket list from day one. The photos were beautiful and through your writing it was obvious how much you enjoyed the city.

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  4. Love your photos and enjoyed so much reading about how excited you were about your trip! Shell

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  5. I loved visiting the Louvre, but I found that it took a LOT of the day to see everything.

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  6. I am bookmarking this post for future reference because I really want to go to Paris in the future! Loved your photos and reading about your experiences. Really like your concise travel guide there, too.

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