Bonjour! I finally got the chance to go through all my photos from my trip to Paris in a few weeks ago! I managed to snap hundreds and hundreds of photo while I was there and hand picked a few to share with you here. I will be sharing a few others soon as I didn’t want to bombard this post with way too many! I am also so happy that I decided to take a camera rental along with me for my trip. The Fuji X100S took the most amazing photos as a point and shoot, you can rent one at Henry’s Rentals. It is now on my shopping list.
If you would like a copy of any of them, feel free to leave me a comment and I’m more than happy to send you a high-res version for print. I’m looking forward to getting these off to print (BLACKS offers a variety of options for printing photos) and showering the house with them.
Paris was magical, I love every inch of the architecture and can’t wait to explore other parts of France in the near future. If you’ve been to Paris, what is your absolute favourite spot?
From top: Eiffel Tower / Jardin des Tuiliers / Paris Neighborhood / Montmartre / Florist in St. Germain des Pres / Paul Cafe in St. Germain des Pres (great pain au chocolat!) / Basilica of the Sacré Cœur / Laduree on Avenue Champs Elysees / Metro Sign near Musee Du Louvre / Musee Du Louvre
Hope you’re having a great start to your week! I’m in San Francisco for work this week and loving the weather! It’s nearly 30 degrees Celsius! Follow along on Instagram on my travel adventures! Oh and remember to enter the La Roche-Posay Beauty Prize Pack Givewaway, I’m picking FOUR lucky winners (Canada Only).
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Wow! Your photos are stunning! I just booked my (first) trip to Europe and stumbled across your blog. I’m so happy I did! Can I asked what district you’d recommend staying in? I have no idea where to get a hotel.
Hi Dana! Thanks for the comment! Paris is a magical place so any photo, good or bad would be stunning in and of itself! It was my first time to Paris so I wouldn’t call myself an expert, however I stayed in the Place De Vendome district and its so close to Jardins De Tuileries, it’s beautiful there. I would also recommend having a look at St. Germaine and Pompidou area. Those are very quiant and hip areas to be. Enjoy and have lots of Pain au Chocolat!