3 Days in Paris

This can only be Paris

Just walking around Paris

It would seem crazy for some to think of going to Paris for only three days, especially after returning from Cambodia and Thailand only a month earlier.  But when you are afflicted with WanderLust, you look for every opportunity to travel where there is a small window to do so.  I decided since 2012, the year that I was struck with WanderLust, that I would travel to a different international city on my birthday.  This year I could only get away for 3 days using some of my American Airline miles.  Now, I don’t recommend  a 3 day trip to Paris if it’s your first time there since there are simply too many beautiful sights and places to visit.  But if you have been there or are used to international destinations on a whim, then Paris is without a doubt a marvelous city!

So here are some pictures from my birthday getaway…

Pretty park overlooking the love lock bridge

Pretty park overlooking the love lock bridge

Hello, Louvre!

Hello, Louvre!

I can still smell the aroma of the beautiful fruits and vegetables!

I can still smell the aroma of the gorgeous fruits!

Rain at the Eiffel Tower but that was fine with me...

Rain at the Eiffel Tower but that was fine with me…

A glass of champagne at the top of the Eiffel Tower on my birthday!

A glass of champagne at the top of the Eiffel Tower on my birthday!

Another champagne toast from the gorgeous Paris Peninsula!

Another champagne toast from the stunning Paris Peninsula!

Happy selfie with the Seine and Notre Dame in the background

Happy selfie with the Seine and Notre Dame in the background

Unmistakable Paris

Unmistakable Paris

Time is running out.  There are so many beautiful places to see.  I must keep traveling...

Time is running out. There are so many beautiful places to see. I must keep traveling…

About Blogatrixx

I took a solo trip to Istanbul in May, 2012 that changed me forever. It started my passion for travel, and it also ignited my passion for photography. This blog was created to express and appreciate the beauty of life through my travels.
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