This morning I’m waking up in a different place, one that is both familar and foreign all at once. Parigi! (That’s how you say Paris in Italian.) Last January I visited Paris for the first time with my boyfriend, and we loved it so much that we were thrilled when I had the opportunity to visit for work again this winter. Warm weather or cold, Paris is always a good idea! Last year we had a beautiful dusting of snow on our first night in Paris, and I’m excited to see what beautiful memories this trip has in store. A plus tard!
Woooohoooo yes your right cold or warm .. Paris is brilliant 🙂 have a super time Laura … I cannot wait to see what you have in store for us .. xox
Thanks, Anne! Today was a shopping adventure wandering the streets of the 1st arrondissement. Fun! It was my first time really exploring that part of Paris. Speaking of the Metro, we had a real adventure navigating the Les Halles metro to find our train during rush hour this evening … but we made it! 🙂
Nicole Watson says
J’taime Paris! Have a wonderful time, Laura. I’m looking forward to reading about this year’s adventures!
Thanks so much, Nicole! 🙂 Guess what? I’m going to be in Mpls from Mar 4-8th for the UST opening! Would love to catch up!!!
I hope I can make it to Paris real soon! We had the launch of a low-cost direct flight from where I am (Kuala Lumpur) to Paris a few months ago. Soon, soon! 😉
Ciao kyh! I hope you’ll be able to visit Paris very soon! 🙂 I love how easy it is to fly from Naples direct to Paris on EasyJet … makes it just as easy to fly to France as to any destination in Italy!
We’ll be spending a week in Paris this October and I was wondering if there is a blog that you would recommend? I really enjoy Ciao Amalfi and found it enormously helpful when we explored the Sorrentine and Amalfi coasts this past spring.
So happy that you found Ciao Amalfi helpful before your trip to the Amalfi Coast. I do love Paris, and there are a lot of great blogs. I enjoy David Lebovitz’s blog and his fun writing style: http://www.davidlebovitz.com/ (Plus, I highly recommend his book “The Sweet Life in Paris.” I read that during my last visit to Paris and thoroughly enjoyed!) I’d start there and check out his links. Have fun planning! 🙂