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Three days in Paris


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After spending most of the summer working I decided to treat myself to a little get away. Flying normally stressed me out, you have to get to the airport quite a while before your flight takes off and I always worry that my suitcase is to heavy or doesn’t comply with the airlines dimensions. Also I can’t stand the long queues for the check in, to get into the plane, to get out of the plane, passport control… you get were I’m coming from right?

Eiffel Tower


Eiffel Tower
That’s why the Eurostar is the perfect alternative. There are practically no queues, there is less people, no stress with luggage and very comfortable seats and even wi-fi!

There are more locations you can travel to with the Eurostar, but I thought returning to Paris after 10 years was a good option.
Pont Neuf
Pont Neuf
To be perfectly honest with you one of the first stops I wanted to make was Champs-Élysées, basically because they have the biggest Sephora I have seen in my life. It´s like being in beauty heaven, you have so many lovely and sometimes difficult to find brands all under one roof! It is so easy to get carried away and spend all your euros. (If you like make-up hauls wacth out for my next post!)
Sephora in Champs-Élysées
Sephora in Champs-Élysées
   
Louvre
Louvre

Going up the Eiffel tower is basically mandatory if your going to Paris. I would recommend buying your tickets in advance rather than spending over an our queuing up like I did, not a smart move I must admit, but the views from the top were breath taking.    
Venus de Milo
Venus de Milo



Walking along the river seine is also lovely, I would definitely recommend getting a tour shuttle to take you through the river, loved it!


There are other typical tourist places like Notre Dame, Sacre Coeur, Montmartre, the Louvre, Les Invalides, etc. All very lovely!
Notre Dame
Notre Dame
But loosing yourself in the parisian roads, stopping in a parisian café, having a café au lait with a macaron or a pain au chocolat and watching people go by, is what Paris is all about.

Where was your favourite get-away? Would love to hear about it!    

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  1. Looks like you had an amazing time! I loved the photos. Gemma x
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