This flea market was huge and full of ancient treasures!
You can't have a blog about Paris with out mentioning the amazing sweets! Croissants, chocolate and desserts abound!
Fantastic exhibit! The clothes look as if they were created yesterday, but they are from the 1930's. The museum space itself was really spectacular as well.
Inside the Louvre - me in front of the Mona Lisa! Was smaller than I thought it would be, but it leaves a big impact. Felt surreal to be standing in front of it!
It is hard to describe the sheer massive grounds and palace that encompass Versailles. It is just unbelievable decadence!
The whole Paris LIM College group was lucky enough to take a tour of the Louis Vuitton factory - a very rare and special experience. The craftsmanship that goes into each trunk, bag or accessory is truly impressive.
As you can see in the picture of Karen and myself we even got to sit and drink champagne afterwards in what used to be the Vuitton family house.
The Palais Royal - a mix of old and modern - in the architecture of the building and landscaping as well as the high-end stores.
The Louvre is a grand stone structure. Its sheer size and beauty is something to behold.
Me eyeing the love wishes on the fence of one of the bridges over the Seine.
The absolutely beautiful Seine River. People come and sit here to relax and chat with friends.