Paris for my 30th birthday

My first trip to Paris!! I spent the weekend of my 30th birthday in Paris. (I’d rather not reveal the date, but I guess context is needed – 1996.) It was just long enough to give me a taste of this awesome city. I remember being very tired and jet lagged, but tried to see as much as possible.

(Never buy new shoes before a trip like this.)

I went to a bakery every morning to get a fresh baquette. I love bread, cheese and wine. The French have a good thing going!

I went to the top of the Eiffel Tower. I didn’t want to come down. I could have spent the whole day there, except for the fact that I was craving a crepe. It was a good crepe.

I went to the catacombs – and I don’t need to ever visit that again.

I also really enjoyed walking through Jardins de Tuileries. I spent an afternoon in the Louvre; which isn’t enough time – but again, just enough to give me a taste.

I knew before I arrived in Paris that I would love it and would want to return…….often.

Probably the best birthday present I ever gave myself.

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About jewelsworldtravels

I want to see the world! I am armed with the book "1,000 places to see before you die" and I am having a great time. I am also a dog lover and theatre snob.
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2 Responses to Paris for my 30th birthday

  1. Sharon says:

    So who were you with? Paris is a very romantic city… I want more details! :)Have I shown you my photos of Paris? It was before computers were commonplace… 1982. Shows how old I am!

  2. My second trip to Paris was with DH, and that will be my next blog post. No more details will be posted online regarding my first trip to Paris.

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