It's finally here, my Paris Travel Guide. I think it took me forever to write my Paris posts but it feels like it's closing the door on my Parisian adventures. There is never enough time to explore Paris but I managed to fit a lot in my three days there. I stayed with family friends in the Canal St. Martin area which is less touristy and beautiful to walk around. The metro in Paris is very efficient (but also overwhelming!) so it's very easy to get from one side of the city to another. I opted to walk as much as possible to really get to explore all the side streets and little shops and ended up walking 20 miles in one day! If were being honest, this was over a month ago and my ankle still kinda hurts...
I won't go into as much detail about all the things on my lists since most of them are straightforward and I have plenty on here, but I will mention anything special or noteworthy and I'm always glad to answer questions in the comments.
Anyways, enough of my blabbering, let's get into what you're here for!
TO SEE AND DO
The Eiffel Tower
The Royal Palace
The Lourve (free the first Sunday of every month October-March, reduced fee after 6pm on Wednesday and Friday)
L'Arc de Triomphe (and the Champs Eylsees)
Sacre Coeur (and the Montmarte area)
TO EAT AND DRINK
L'as du Fallafel
Angelina (they apparently have the best hot chocolate)
Le Grenier a Pain
La Buvette (they also have a restaurant in NYC and I love it!)
L'eclair de Genie
Liberte (holy smokes. the best baguette i've ever had in my life. Order la tradition and have your life changed forever)
Longchamp (As a French brand, Longchamps are much cheaper than in the states. I got my Large Le Pliage tote for two-thirds the price)
Blue: Things to see/do