Trying to soak in all of the culture that France has to offer was no easy task but I sure enjoyed trying! From the food to the fashion to the GIANT buildings, I was in love. I am sad to report that this is my last post on France because it means that I have to come to terms with the reality that I don’t live there.
(This picture was taken on a Monday evening around 7:30. So many people were out and about, grabbing drinks, dinner, and socializing)
(This picture was taken at 9 am when the sun was rising. We were in awe of how beautiful the streets were as we were searching for croissants)
(We took the Paris Metro everywhere. It was pretty easy to figure out and a lot of fun too. One time there was a musician playing the accordion on the train!)
(The New Year is a big event in France. This was taken of a store window in Bordeaux)
(Just a few picturesque bicycles hanging out)
(Finally, this statue belongs to the outside of the Arc de Triomphe. Monuments are part of the daily culture in France; they are so lucky to be surrounded by beauty every day)
I can’t wait to go back to Europe! I had such a blast in France and thank my lucky stars that I had the opportunity to visit. I was able to learn so much about their culture and work on learning more about mine.
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It goes without saying that France has some pretty unbelievable buildings; I couldn’t help but take a million pictures of my favorites. And believe me, they were ALL my favorite!
(The French Opera House glows at night. I don’t think there is one dim building in the evening)
(Notre Dame. It’s magical)
(Montmartre was one of my favorite areas. It was so alive and they shot parts of Amelie there!)
(The Eiffel Tower. Yup, it’s pretty giant!)
(We got an overexposed version of Place de la Bourse but I like the way it turned out)
(I never thought I would go here but I have always wanted to. The Palace of Versailles was incredible and the Hall of Mirrors was no exception)
(Marie Antionette‘s bedroom was unreal! It was so over the top!!)
(Nick outside the golden gates of the Palace of Versailles. Can you tell we loved that place?)
I can’t get over how every building in France was clearly constructed with such calculated care. Everything is lavish in it’s own way and I just love it.
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