During the spring semester, I took two musuem courses which meant i got to spend hours talking in the famous art of Paris. My three hours in the Louvre every other week paid off cause I was able to take my parents to see some of the most famous pieces including Mona. I had to … More Tourist Life
I spent in Easter in Paris and it was lovely! We went for brunch and on a boat tour! I hadn’t gotten a change to do such a fun tourist event since being back in Paris. The boat ride on the Seine is passes major points around Paris and you get a view of the … More Easter in Paris
This balcony and backdrop was magical. I had to strike a pose! I am wearing an ASOS top and the flowy pants I got from a thrift store called Frip’star in the 4th. It’s amazing. They have a level where all items are 1 euro and this treasure was discovered in the piles.
This is the view from Hotel de Marignon off the Champs Elysees. It was unreal! Paris is magnificently ritzy. I’m so thankful for my parents visit I was able to enjoy the city in a new way.
So after I took out my braids, I had tragic incident of bad weave. lol Funds were tight so it was a combination of a bad senerio going on uptop. I also used a cheap closure and had someone install it that had never done so before! (the worst idea) I was able to watch … More Parisian Spring Style
I was blessed to have a two week spring break, especially since there was no break first semester! Momma Ro came! We went to the top of Gallerie Layfeyette! Its a really cute roof top where you can dine and take in the amazing view! The majority of the architecture in is neutral color buildings … More Spring Break
I love the Marais especially on Sundays! The 3rd and 4th are get areas to roam on this day of rest, as most of the city is closed. The Marais is known for its gay and Jewish population and its little streets are filled quaint restaurants, clothing and jewelry boutiques and falafel! Las de Falafel … More One Day in the Marais,
I love Sacre Coeur! The gorgeous white church is symbolized as the heart of Paris. It is a high point from which the whole city can be seen. It’s so fun to walk/race up the numerous flights! I also really enjoy going inside to witness the etheral atmosphere and to light a candal.
Rue de Crimeux is a famous street in the 12th arrondisement of Paris. It’s an adorable cookie-cutter street with cotton candy homes. It standards out so much because the surrounding area is normal Parisian and Haussmanian architecture. It has a stone road and I know the residents there tire from all the tourists when wander down … More Paris, You’re too Cute
For so many months, the Arc de Triomphe was under construction. I can’t even imagine how many tourist photos had that bandage looking structure in it! A view I’ll never get tired of seeing! I still haven’t been to the top! When I last attempted it was closed!