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Travel Therapy: Paris

Paris has always been one of my dream destinations, and when my friend and I started planning the "very much needed vacay" I mentioned here, it was at the very top of the list. We spent two nights in Paris, but since we planned to visit Brussels(Belgium) from Paris, we only had one full day to spare. Our hotel was very close to the Eiffel Tower and it was one of the first stops we made. We knew that we were not going to see much of the city if we explored on our own, so we took one of the "hop on, hop off" tour buses. The tour bus was a good idea, and I definitely recommend it to anyone with limited vacay time. It was indeed a great way to see the city, visit the major sights and learn about the history through the headphone lecture. In addition to the Eiffel Tower, we rode down the famous "The Avenue des Champs-Élysées", we saw the Grand Palais, Arc de Triomphe, visited the Notre Dame Cathedral, and even went to The Louvre to say hello to the beautiful MonaLisa. I was in awe of the city and my camera kept clicking. Below are just a few of the pictures I took.


That's all for now.I will be posting pictures from the six other cities I visited over the next few weeks.Have an amazing month!


  1. Beautiful pictures! Beautiful city!
    Love your braids chictheraphy.

  2. Wow!!! Your photos are stunning!!! Absolutely amazing!!! Looks like you had a fun time! :-)

  3. Lovely pictures. You must have had so much fun.
    Lord knows i need a holiday like this in my life right now :D

  4. Some one had fun lol ... lovely pics\

  5. Great photos. I hope to get there soon.

  6. Stunning pictures!! Love the yellow bag ;)

  7. Stunning pictures!! Love the yellow bag ;)

  8. The picures are so beautiful!!! Love the yellow bag too ;)

  9. The picures are so beautiful!!! Love the yellow bag too ;)

  10. oh the pictures are just beautiful! glad you had a blast!

  11. lovely pictures, I hope you had fun.

  12. lovely pictures, I hope you had fun.

  13. Great photos. Paris is always a good choice. thanks for sharing.

  14. Great pics! you look great too!

  15. Really lovely picures + you look chic.

  16. Such beautiful pictures! I hope to visit Paris one day!


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