Tuesday, 24 February 2015

HeyHey. So it's time for my part 2 of the Paris Adventures. Part 2 will include the third and fourth (last) day of our little trip. On the 3rd and 4th day we went to Laduree to get macarons and have our lunch there, we went shopping at Galerie de lafayette, and did
more shopping out & about in Paris, went to vintage stores and I got my favorite coffee at Costa.

And be prepaired, this post contains a whole lotta more photo's dan my previous post about Paris did ;-) , oh and I'll tell you a little more about what we did later in this post.

Besides doing all the shopping and damage to our wallets we also went to the Louvre because a friend of mine really wanted to see it. Personally I didn't find it that impressing, but that might have been because we didn't actually go into the museum. Don't get me wrong - it was nice to see, but it isn't something where you'd be able to find me for a whole afternoon.

And apart from doing the things I mentioned above we also went to the Eiffel Tower at night to see it's beautiful lights. At first we were sort of scared to go out so late at night because we still needed to get the metro, and the past days we were in our Hotel room at around 10PM, but now we were going out at 10PM, and besides that we also had a scary experience with a hobo (?) before we went out for dinner that day. Nonetheless, we still went and it was still as breath taking as I could remember. So if you're ever in Paris and find the Eiffel Tower a bit dissapointing at day ( which I can imagine because I've heard it before), then definitely go at night because that's absolutely breath taking!
( And if you're scared to take the metro at night, take the taxi! It's not as expensive as you'd think and we also took a taxi on our way back to the hotel ;-) )

And on our last evening in Paris we wanted to go to montmartre and see the sacre couer. But somehow we got out at the wrong metro station, or we just followed to wrong way all along and we found ourselves in a street that looked a lot like the red light district we have in Amsterdam. Nonetheless, we saw something which wasn't exactly on our list of visiting but which was still fun to see; the moulin rouge! After taking a few snaps there and thinking about how to actually get to the Sacre Couer we decided to skip the whole sacre couer thing and just get some food. Which we did at a great Italian Restaurant. The food and the people where great so I suppose that the wrong way still can lead to good things :-) . 

After Dinner we went back to the hotel to get a good sleep, because the next day it was time to leave * insert very sad face here *. We didn't do anything special on our last day since we had to leave at around 1PM, so we slept in a little and enjoyed our neighbourhood and hotel window view for one last time.

So this was my last part of my Paris Adventures. There might come a little video about Paris online as well but I'm not sure. Hope you liked it! 
Demi xx


  1. Ooh heerlijk!


  2. Wonderful post...I like your blog.^^
    Maybe follow each other on bloglovin?
    Let me know follow you then back.
    Lovely greets Nessa

  3. Prachtige foto's, wat is Parijs toch mooi! Ik zou zo graag de Eiffeltoren 's avonds willen zien! Loves,

    1. De Eiffeltoren 's avonds is echt adembenemend, zo mooi is het! x

  4. super zalige foto's !!
    Je hebt een fijne tijd gehad zie ik.

  5. Ik word blij van je foto's! Wat is Parijs toch ontzettend mooi, volgens mij heb je er wel een leuke tijd gehad! X Laura

    1. Super bedankt, jaa ik heb er zeker een leuke tijd gehad! x

  6. Nice! Leuke foto van je uit het raam! :)

  7. Hi
    I'm going to Paris and need some suggestions for vintage stores. So do you have any recommendations? By the way love your blog<3


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