Paris Day One

paris_067paris_066paris_065  Paris, how I love you.
Lois and I spent our first afternoon in Paris checking into our beautiful hotel (more on that soon!). Whilst unpacking our cases, we revelled in the luxury of our room and then had a good old snoop around the facilities; we really lucked out!
Time to explore. It was joyous wandering along the local streets, buzzing with people all chattering away in French. We were getting a bit peckish, so headed back to the hotel for a quick freshen up and change out of our travel clothes. Spruced up, we headed out in search of iconic Parisian cityscapes and a late lunch. Walking down to the river Seine, we found a quaint and very chic cafe. We were quickly seated at a pavement table. We both ordered yummy omelettes and talked over our plans for the weekend.  Once refreshed, we strolled along the Seine and chose a pretty spot on the lower banks to shoot outfit pictures. It was an ideal location, so quiet and we had great fun waving back at the passing river boat passengers.
Also below is our video of our first day in Paris, be sure to watch it and if you like it, give us a follow on youtube!

paris_062Rollo note book c/o Beauchamps Group
City Guide book c/o Marco Polo paris_059paris_054paris_057Sunglasses c/o The Goods Agencyparis_058

paris_132paris_056paris_063paris_055paris_053paris_061paris_073paris_131paris_096Suitcase’s c/o Radleyparis_113paris_090paris_089paris_064paris_083paris_068paris_060paris_078

Photos by myself & Lois.


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