Paris,the city of love…

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Hi readers!

This is my 3rd travel-journal entry and it’s all about the magic city of luvluvluvluv…:D

When it comes to romance, no city in the world can compare to Paris. It’s called the City of Love for two  reasons. One is because French is known as the Language of Love. The other is because of the lights in the Eiffel Tower.

In November,we had enough of our city and we just needed to escape for a few days.

It was kind of spontaneous,’cause we booked our trip 3 days before :D(best place to book a spontaneous trip, cheap&easy ->http://www.restplatzboerse.at/)

2 days later we packed our bags and went on a tiny adventure.None of us have been there before(thank god) and Paris was at the top of our bucket-list ;D

My boyfriend visited France once…but not Paris.Soooo, it was a new territory for both of us 😀

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If you want to do a spotaneous trip,my advice is to pick up an “early in the morning” flight ….5-6 a.m. would be perfect!

and when you return an “evening” flight 20-21 p.m. would be perfect.

Even if you book your hotel for 2 nights,and you stay 1 day longer..you can leave your luggage there and spend your last hours in the city….exploring some sights that you haven’t seen yet 😀

However…we checked in at 10 a.m. and the next stop was “THE EIFFEL TOWER“(what else?:)) )

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Going up with the lift from the 2nd platform to the top was really, really freaky. It feels like there’s nothing to hold on to, and you’re very high off the ground!!!!

Up there….the panoramic view is unique!!!:D

In November was pretty cold to enjoy it longer than 10 min…but it was still a great experience!:D

View across the Seine from the Eiffel Tower

If you have time, try to see the Eiffel Tower twice, once by day and once at night.

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After exploring the Eiffel Tower…we bought tickets for a “Sightseeing Bus” (we always do that..because it’s the cheapest and the best way to visit the most important sights of a city) .

Our next stop on our list was Notre Dame!!!

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If you visit Paris in winter time…don’t miss the Christmas Markets.

Where to find Christmas markets in Paris?

It’s pretty difficult to be on a winter holiday in Paris and miss the Christmas markets. If the sparkling Eiffel Tower isn’t a giveaway than the light-draped Champs-Elysée will lead you to exactly where you want to be. Here you’ll find the largest Christmas market in Paris that runs from the Champs-Elysée roundabout all the way to the Place de la Concorde.

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MUST SEE:

Arc de Triomphe

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Grande Arche-La Defense

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The best way to end your first day is trying out new food,such as “Austern” in a typical french restaurant

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DAY 2:

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Pont des Amoureux-The Love Lock Bridge

CUSTOM:Couples take a lock, and attach it to this bridge’s fence and throw the key into Seine for love and good luck. So all the way across the whole bridge the fence is covered in locks!♥

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AWWWW…

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Musee de Louvre is another must-see. Just make sure you have a lot of time to see everything.

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& of course we went to the cinema to watch a horror movie.(my idea haha)

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Trocadero at night:

If you want a spectacular view of the Eiffel Tower, you NEED to go here. At night, the tower is lit up and Trocadero provides the perfect place to take amazing photos.

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We just couldn’t get enough of the french “sea food” hihi

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DAY 3:

GALERIES LAFAYETTE

Even if you don’t intend to shop, visiting Galeries Lafayette is worthwhile for the breathtaking setting.

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buy a house or a ring?:p

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& BUHBYE PARIS!:(

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P.S.you can also find me on facebook:https://www.facebook.com/anasfashionality

or on instagram:@fitzoshpiorlnica

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