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Our anniversary trip to Paris Interior Design

Paris_1 {wear: dress | Shoes | wallet}

When our plans for Tuscany were turned upside down (if you like, you can read more about it here!), I was secretly pumped. Our new plan (instead, a trip to London, Bath, and Cornwall!) Simply meant Justin and I could get on a short flight to Paris on time for our one-year wedding anniversary. Are we the most cheesy or what? But I really can not imagine a better place to celebrate a year of marriage * than in the most romantic city in the world.

*If you want to see our wedding postings, you can see them here

Admittedly, the day of our jubilee was a bit chaotic … We unknowingly did not realize it was also a Bastille day, and almost everything we originally planned was closed or inaccessible, which was a bit stupid. After we pressed the reset button with a long nap, we made up most of the non-flowing part of our itinerary incredible Eve. We started with cocktails at Harry's New York Bar (where both the sidecar and the Bloody Mary were invented in the 1920s!), Which felt in the best possible way typically Parisian. And then on the recommendation of a good friend, the never leads us astray, we had a dinner in Ellsworth that I've dreamed of until today.

By chance we had reservations on an evening where they held a special Mexican feast. On arrival they immediately filled our champagne glasses to the brim and from there it basically never stopped. Nobody really explained exactly what happened (which was fun), but food and drinks kept coming, and every dish (and every sip!) Was more incredible than the last. Eventually it came to the point where we had to ask them not to bring things to our table because we could not possibly eat another bite (a decision that I regret now!) I would like the whole meal a hundred times more please eat and thank you). The best part is that we * did * have no idea what this experience would cost us as we were somehow thrown in unexpectedly. We actually played a fun, if somewhat frightening, game in which we tried to guess the damage. When the bill finally came, we were shocked that the whole meal cost only 55 Euros – I really thought that the wine pairings alone would cost at least that. All in all, it was the best Jubilee dinner and I am so grateful for the entire experience.

The rest of our days were spent in the Parisian way we could muster. We enjoyed Cafe Au Laits and Pain au Chocolats for breakfast almost every morning. We visited the flea market of Les Puces, where I met one ton I look forward to promoting a wealth of incredible furniture and hardware vendors to state-of-the-art projects. We visited both the Musee D'orsay and the L'orangerie, both of which were unbelievable in their own right. We spent an afternoon in Montmartre pausing in quaint cafes, picking up small bottles of wine and champagne and watching the clouds go by in tiny parks, but for a second that was our true life and I'd like to get back to it IMMEDIATELY ,

Do not get me wrong, but not everything was perfect (see: Bastille Day Hiccup and 5 hours in the blazing sun to see the catacombs – note: they were cool, though Not The wait was worthwhile **), all in all it was a magical journey in many ways. I share my notes below regarding where we stayed, what we ate and what we did. Plus, what we missed and will come back.

**When we were in line on our last day in Paris, we also noticed that you can actually book tickets in advance, giving you a specific timeframe. Please save and do that! This would definitely be worth it.

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{aux lyonnaise}

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{one year strong!
Wear: Romper (old) | glasses | a necklace | Cardigan (old – similar)}

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{l'as you falafel

wear: Jeans | above | wallet}

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{where the Bloody Mary and the sidecar were invented}

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{our anniversary dinner in Ellsworth}

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{Dinner at Mama Primmi}

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{Musee d & # 39; orsay}

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{Midday snacks}

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{Les Puces flea market

wear: Jeans (my favorite!) | Shoes | above | wallet}

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{Vintage French wallpaper}

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{Appetizers}

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{Jardin des Tuilleries}

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{the last night of our fabulous journey
wear: dress | wallet |
Cardigan (old – similar) | a necklace}

(break)WHERE WE STAY(break)

(break)WHERE WE EAT & DRINK(break)

Note: I only list the places that I would like to recommend

Ellsworth
where we had our wonderful anniversary dinner

Le Refuge of the Fondue
A tiny little place that only has 15 seats. Insanely delicious

Aux Lyonnaise

Lyon food in a typical Parisian setting

Mum Primi
great Italian

Maison Plisson
for brunch

L'as du falafel
an institution. Unbelievable and absolutely worth the hype
Le Berthillon
The best ice cream I've ever eaten in my life

K Cafe
great coffee near Montmartre

cordonnerie
adorable and delicious coffee

Gana Bakery
The best!

Harry's New York Bar
where they invented the Bloody Mary and the sidecar

(break)WHAT WE HAVE DONE(break)

Jardin de Tuilleries
Musee de l'Orangerie
Musee d'Orsay
Walked around Montmartre and traveled the Bassilica
Visited the catacombs
Saw the Eiffel Tower twinkle in the night
Les Puces flea market

(break)WHERE WE WANT THE NEXT(break)

Pink mum

September

Ralphs
Great love
Mamie Gateaux

Du Pain et des Idées

Café Oberkamt, for brunch
Paul Bert

Le Comptoir

Benoit
Le Meurice
Clown Bar
Pierre Herme (probably better macarons than Laduree)
computing
L & # 39; eclaire de genie

(break)WHAT WE WANT TO NEXT(break)

Jardin du Luxumberg
Place des Vosges
Jardin des Plantes
Parc des Buttes-Chaumont
Parc Belleville
Cemetery Pere Lachaise
Musee Rodin
Picasso Museum
Musee Chasse et Nature

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