Monday, 22 September 2014

From Paris with Love

I think it is safe to say that I absolutely loved Paris this weekend, we were only there for two days but we made the most of our time completely.  We were up at 7am and out by 8, after fueling ourselves with numerous croissants. When in France...

My rule when on holiday, is always to eat the local foods and that is exactly what we did the whole time we were there and of course, that meant cheese, cheese, some baguettes and well, some more cheese.  On our second evening in Paris, we booked a table in a restaurant recommended online.

The restaurant was beautiful and called Le P'tit Troquet.  I would highly recommend making a visit for an evening out, if you are making your way to the Eiffel tower.

 The service was impeccable, the food was delicious and the wine was out of this world.  The restaurant is highly recommended, so therefore I would recommend booking ahead.  Everyone in the restaurant speaks English perfectly too, so if you are worried your french is a little rusty, but would like to eat somewhere you will be served authentic French cuisine, this is the place for you.

After we ate, we made our way to the Eiffel tower - which is around a ten minute walk away.  I was like a child on Christmas Eve, I was so excited before I had even caught a glimpse of the lights.

Here is an insight into my journey to the top of the Eiffel Tower...

My outfit ready for the walk to the top of the Eiffel Tower

The view from the Eiffel Tower

On the second floor

The view from the Eiffel Tower

The view from the top of The Eiffel Tower

The beautiful Eiffel Tower

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