Visiting the City of Love on the Day of Love

Between my study abroad in London and Sevilla, I stopped by Paris for a few days, one of which included February 14th.  I’m not sure if it’s because it’s been engrained that Paris is the city of love, but walking through the streets, you can almost feel love in the air.  The city has a decadent feel with its buildings, monuments, food, and fashion.  During my time there, I was able to see the major landmarks and enjoy some foie gras, duck, and wine.  My best evenings were spent eating a chocolate and banana crepe and drinking mulled wine across from the Notre Dame.

IMG_1016.JPGNotre Dame

IMG_1035.JPGThe lock bridge across from the Notre Dame

IMG_1228.JPGEiffel Tower during the day

IMG_1498.JPGEiffel Tower at night

IMG_1464.JPGView of Paris from Eiffel Tower at nightIMG_1363.JPGThe back of the Palace de Versailles

IMG_1331.JPGPalace of Versailles Hall of Mirrors

IMG_1148.JPGThe Louvre Museum

IMG_1156.JPGMona Lisa

IMG_1196.JPGArc de Triomphe du Carrousel

IMG_1069.JPGBasilica du Sacre-Coeur de Montmartre

IMG_1068.JPGView of Paris from Montmartre hill

IMG_1011.JPGIce skating rink outside Hôtel de Ville

IMG_1072.JPGArtists market in Place du Tertre

IMG_1095.JPGMoulin Rouge

IMG_1050.JPGGrowing up, we always made chocolate covered strawberries on Valentines Day.  This was my first Valentines Day away from home, so we bought strawberries and melted chocolate to make our own chocolate covered strawberries in Paris.

IMG_1846.JPGDrinking wine from a baby bottle at Le Refuge des Fondus

IMG_0990.JPGDuck and wine


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