Ah, Paris. The sights. The sounds. The ham and butter baguettes that make up the majority of your meals (or jambon-beurre for the cultured folk). Oui, Oui.
Croissants, anyone? A Paris morning isn’t complete without warm pastries and café au lait (coffee with hot milk). Order some take away from a local market or deli, enjoy your morning pick-me-up and ease into the day with a view.
Now that you’re caffeinated, it’s time to see the sights and experience art and history firsthand. Step into the Louvre with a virtual tour and experience the vastness of it all in full 360 here. But remember, no touching.
If you don’t already speak French, it’s never too late to learn. Spend your afternoon taking lessons and then attempting to impress a few locals at your house (like your dog or cat) with the lingo along the way.
À tout à l’heure!
See you later!
Just when you thought this city couldn’t get any better, the sun begins to set and its true beauty shines.
Sure, you’ve had two croissants, three baguettes and several macarons at a local artisanal bakery (also known as “your kitchen”) – but when in Paris, there’s always room for dinner. Check out OpenTable for the best French Restaurants that deliver near you. Pour yourself a glass of wine and don’t skip out on the onion soup, beef bourguignon (beef burgundy), seafood and any soufflé or mousse you lay your eyes on.
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