J’aime Paris

The ringing of the alarm at 6am was not the most pleasant sound to hear. We both slept awful, perhaps in sadness for leaving Rome, or in anticipation of arriving in Paris. Either way, we walked to the tram, took the train to the airport, and arrived in Paris. Last year in April, Paris was where Daniel proposed and I will always have a soft spot for it in my heart. Not to mention, it’s an absolutely stunning city.

We felt at home, as we hopped on the metro and arrived at The Notre Dame station. A quick walk and we checked into our hotel. It is literally the cutest place you could set your eyes on. Plus, they gave us an adorable top floor room!

When we arrived in our room, sitting on the table was a little note and a complimentary bottle of champagne. Just add it to the list of one more reason why I love this city so much!

We popped the bubbly and sat on our balcony, admiring the view and planning our afternoon.

Once the champagne was finished, it was time to start our Paris adventure. What did we do first you ask? I hope everyone can answer this!

The Parisian essentials in my books! We walked down to the river where they had beautiful little picnic/”beach” areas set up to relax along the river. It was the perfect setting for macaron eating!

Continuing our walk, we visited our old stomping grounds, the Latin Quarter. We passed Notre Dame (where it’s accession Wednesday and the Bell Tower was going crazy!), walked through the cobbled streets, and remembered our previous abode.

Being in Paris, we had to relive our previous last day here, so we walked over to Luxembourg Gardens to see it’s glory. The memories, the surprise, the happiness, everything came pouring back. We had an amazing picnic, reminisced, and just enjoyed each other’s company, now as husband and wife.

Stuffed from our picnic and people watching, we slowly made our way back to our hotel, wine in hand to enjoy the sunset.

We wandered the streets, checking out a few places. By the time 11pm came we were quite starved and stopped at a place in the latin quarter. It definitely wasn’t the best meal we had here by it made due when you’re in a crunch. The escargot to start with was pretty fantastic.

Then, we had the duck confit and muscles.

Our way home, we again walked by Notre Dame for a nighttime pic. This place is just something else!

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