Jeremy and I are packing up our bags once again, and getting this apartment we’ve been housesitting ready for the owners to come back tomorrow morning. Being in Paris for five weeks has been really great, especially the fact that we’ve remained in one place for so long. As much as I enjoy traveling, it does make me excited about having our own apartment again soon and staying put for a little while (I’m also still trying really hard to find stuff to look forward to instead of being sad our trip is almost over). I took sooo many pictures (obviously) and I haven’t posted a bunch of them, so I figured I’d do that here, in no particular order.
We walked through Montmartre and I brought my nice camera out finally:
Thanks to Emmeline, we knew to get macarons at Pierre Hermé.
We walked by the Hotel de Ville one night, which usually looks like this:
[not my picture, source]
but this night there was a big celebration of the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Paris during World War II. Not sure if this video will portray it well, but it was really cool.
I will miss you Paris!
Paris looks SO amazing. I don’t think I’d be able to leave!!
It was really hard to leave! Just means we’ll have to return in the future.
Looks so awesome! Thanks for sharing. Was it charming too? I bet it was charming.
ugh so charming. Especially with the fall weather.
Love! What kind of crepe did you go with for your last? Frimousse – the licker! 🙂
I went with the classic Nutella crepe… so good.
I will miss your photos of Paris. Where to next?
We arrived in Bordeaux not too long ago, a three-hour train ride south of Paris!
I love Paris, and your photos make me miss it!!
I miss it already, and we’ve only been gone since this morning!
Seems like you just got there, crazy how fats it went.
I know, I can’t believe five weeks went by that fast, it really flew by.
Gorgeous photos! I would miss Paris, too!
Thank you! I can’t wait to go back, I’m thinking a Christmas in Paris is necessary at some point in life.
These pictures are amazing! Can’t wait to hear about your next adventure 🙂
I’ve been to Paris twice, and these photos are such a good mash up of the best of Paris!!! We’re thinking of going next year (after Berlin), and these photos make a great case for that. 🙂
Thanks!! You’ve got to go, especially since you’ll be so close!
Those pictures are amazing! Reminds me of when I studied abroad in college! I am glad you had a wonderful time!
Do you mind me asking where you have all this money to use to travel from?? Paris is one of my dream places to visit.
Not at all! My husband and I saved up for a long time, and we have been able to do some work remotely for our employers back home. Also, we housesat in Europe five times (we were housesitting in Paris for five weeks), and we’re going home next week but if we wanted to stay longer, we would have started working on an organic farm called Wwoofing (www.wwoof.net) or tried to get something on http://www.workaway.info. There are lots of resources out there to make travel fairly inexpensive (after airfare). Paris is such a magical city!