Our main mode of transportation was by the Metro and RER.
It was amazing getting a glimpse into the Paris life. People watching on the train was still interesting. From my limited french I could tell that one fashionista was talking to someone about her dress options. Another boy was apologizing profusely either to his mom or his girlfriend. Another two businessmen were sitting across each other discussing euros and deals.
No matter what I wore in Paris i always felt underdressed. These people have everything, and even if they don’t they’re good at faking that they do.
I must have blended in well enough though because there were several people who confused me to be French.
We went to the Notre Dame Cathedral, Musee D’orsay, The Louvre, Arc de Triomphe, and even hopped on one of those open air buses where we toured the city. We ended up in Champs Élysées which is basically the Rodeo Drive of Paris, according to a tour guide.
My third installment will be about how I was royalty for the day as well as the selfie queen 😉
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Do they actually carry around baguettes or is that just a myth?
its a myth darling 😛
METRO in general is a great way to people watch but what actually happens when you make eye contact ??
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I felt so underdressed when I went to Paris – all I’d thought about before packing was comfort for trekking around the city! Definitely admired how nicely dressed the Parisians are!
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I would agree with this … but then again all of Paris is a great place to watch people