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Paris

Since my last post, a few people emailed me about the flat we stayed in and how much it would cost for such a big place, especially in Paris. Well,{AIR BNB} is such a great place to go through if you want to find a fabulous place to stay in ANY country!!! To answer your question, we only paid $134 per night. {HERE} is the page on which we found it. Before heading down south, we spent 3 lovely, jammed packed days in Paris .......we hadn't been in 10 years, since our honeymoon. My apologies on the never ending post with pictures, it was really hard to narrow down and this is only about 1/3 of what I shot. Next week will be the Dordogne region.

Of course we had to visit the Eiffel Tower, it happened to be raining that day so there was no line up to go to the top.

Then the Louvre, there was no way that we could make it through that place in one day ...... crazy beautiful though.

Then there's the boutiques ....... ahhhh the boutiques. So beautiful.

Nothing like the markets in Paris .... or as they call them "Brack Markets"

Our favorite cafe was {La Favorite} love love love.

Last but not least, the highlight of my Paris trip ....... MERCI. If you haven't heard of this gem, it's the most amazing home concept store I have ever seen. It's 16,000 sq feet of pure goodness. {HERE} is a wonderful write up on the store. You have to go there to truly get the whole experience.

Forgive me but .....

Please forgive me as I have been moving at a snail's pace posting my Paris trip as promised. Reality set in soon after I got home with work calling, family engagements and then yesterday we had a flood in our basement. Trudging through my pictures has been tough and narrowing down for my post has been challenging. So for now, I couldn't help but share the flat we stayed in while in Paris. This, I felt deserved a post all on it's own. We went through Air BnB to find accommodations and found this sunny loft. The owner Jane, is also a chef who owns YARD, the lovely restaurant downstairs. Silly us, we never made enough time to go eat there and even if we tried there was always a line up. Next week will be the rest of my Paris pics, promise.