Once we arrived in Paris we took the mile hike to our hotel (felt like 5 pulling luggage), and off we went to see the city. I was so exhausted but excited to see all the sites. Reece was sick and just looked miserable but still had a smile on her face. We took the metro all over the city, which was the best way to get around. I think we were on the metro at least 10 times in the first day, switching at different stops, going up and down stairs with a stroller!
The food was yummy, lots of Panini’s, baguettes, and pastries. We usually ate on the go so we didn’t have to stop and waste time. We only had 2 days and so many places to see. The French are very open with their bodies; we actually didn’t seem much skin on people as we saw in pictures and paintings, signs and billboards. Good think Reece was too young to notice any of it!
but later perked up and was happy!!
one of the few escalators in the metro station, most often we lugged
the stroller up and down the stairs.
This was the hike up to the highest point in Paris to see the Sacre Coure you can’t actually see how many flight of stairs there were but i would guess about 6, luckily we had metro tickets and could use the giant escalator!
cant go to Paris and not see the
"Red Light District" Moulin Rouge
i will say it was quite interesting and i was glad to leave this scarey street
the Louvre pyramid