Paris in photos

If you’re friends with me on Instagram, then you probably know that I spent last week in Paris. (And this post will be entirely familiar to you, sorry!) The trip was Andy’s xmas present to his mother, and for some reason I got to tag along. (Yay!) Here are a few highlights of what we saw (and ate), including a brief foray into London:

Hello, gorgeous. The one and only.
The incomparable Orsay. Day 1 #macarons.
Obligatory Louvre photo. Obligatory Sacre Coeur photo.
Excellent first courses at La Maison de Verlaine. Obligatory Eiffel Tower photo.
My first time at Versailles. Tomb of the unknown soldier.
Ferris wheel at the Tuileries. French onion soup, beef carpaccio, & black truffle risotto at Le Castiglione.
"Big Ben," but not really, because Big Ben is actually a bell you can't see. Obligatory London Eye photo.
Tower Bridge, which is NOT London Bridge, but IS the most iconic bridge of London. Escaped the biting winds with hot chocolate and fish and chips at Rock and Sole Plaice.
On the banks of the Seine. Luxembourg gardens.
Epic final meal with my family. Clockwise: foie gras pâté, mozzarella and sun-dried tomatoes, duck confit, beef tartare, lamb with flaming rosemary (!!), and white fish. "Yum" doesn't quite do this justice. All good things must come to an end. Macarons for the flight home. Au revoir, Paris. We had a lovely and delicious time.


  1. HI Miss! I decided to look at the back office of my blog for the first time in a year. I will look for you an Instagram! And how wonderful that you got this trip. The photos are amazing. I miss your writing and hope you are doing well with that. aloha.

  2. Your pictures are just beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing them and letting us all live vicariously through you. Glad you had such an amazing time! :)

  3. Gorgeous photos! They bring back many fond memories for me. I hope you had a fabulous time. Wait. What am I saying? It’s Paris! How could you not? :)

  4. Ah Paris. The only place outside of North America that I’ve ever been to (yes, I am lame). I was there for a month when I was 24, and I would definitely go back–especially now that I know a tiny bit of French!

  5. Love your pictures and love Paris! That’s where I went for my honeymoon! There are some great YA books about Paris (Anna and the French Kiss, Just One Day, and Revolution are my favorites!).

  6. Rachele-
    I’ve read ANNA, but not the other two — yet! They are DEFINITELY on my list.

    Aw, thank you!

  7. Loved seeing Paris through your eyes <3 It's definitely on my bucket list of places to go! Now I must ask…what was the best thing you ate there??

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