City Guide to Paris.
Gabrielle CHANEL,Christian Dior, Hubert de Givenchy, Ernest Hemingway, F.Scott Fitzgerald, Cole and Linda Porter. When you hear those names I hope you think of Paris, France. If you stay on Instagram for too long you might get the Impression that"Everyone" has been to Paris. But is that true? While yes a photo in front of the Eiffel Tower might be standard fare among your social group and your favorite celebrities, in actuality there are billions of people who have not visited Paris & millions still who would love to go. So if you've been to the city of light count yourself as a fortunate one. For as long as Hollywood has existed and even before then its been apart of the American dream to travel to Paris. Paris has had the allure of being a city of glamour & a place to find the pinnacle of Haute Couture, Haute Cuisine & Fine Art. Its been the location of choice for some of the greatest artists,writers, filmmakers, couturiers and creatives that have ever existed and when you visit the city you start to understand why they were so inspired to create what they did. The way the city lights up right before sunset, being surprised at the massiveness of the Eiffel Tower and seeing it sparkle for the first time, walking down the boulevards with the potential to run into anyone from your favorite fashion model you saw in vogue, to your crush from America. Paris is most definitely a city of adventure. If you plan your trip properly, add a dash of spontaneity and most importantly take your time to soak it all in you can have the Paris trip of your dream Alora City is here to guide you along, hopefully you get some tips here follow it to the tea and then find your Paris, after all experiences are what you make them to be. Start the morning at Cafe De Flore to scribble away at your European memoir, then head to the Musee d'Orsay to browse around, cross the bridge across the street and take a walk through the tuilleries, turn right to go to see the Mona Lisa at the Louvre, and then race across town to catch your dinner reservation at The Eiffel Tower, the next day sleep in and then go have brunch at the Four Seasons George V, do a little shopping on the Rue St. Honore or the Champs Elysee (if the Gilet Jeune aren't protesting there) and catch a play at the Opera House, even better take the suggestions below and create an itinerary of your own and I hope you find creative inspiration, a little romance anda lot of fun in the city of light Paris,France xoxo - Joan