A decent spot for breakfast or thick hot chocolate with super fancy vibes.
When your plans don't work out it's worth it to wander around and see what sort of beauty you can find.
Korean food in Paris. Not something I'd necessarily suggest. Especially if you happen to live in Korea at the time. But hey. All I'd been living off of was pastries. (Which isn't a complaint. I was loving the bread)
Not French, but the first time I've ever seen a shop dedicated just to Lindt so I gave it a try.
Paris Pass fail but the beauty and grace of the Opéra Garnier prevailed nonetheless.
A vegetarian friendly cafe that speaks English and is popular with tourists but does not have wifi.
A break down of the Hop on Hop off Tour as well as some iconic spots in Paris and lessons I learned.
Lesson learned: bakeries first thing in the morning in Paris are PACKED.
A busy cafe near the Musée d'Orsay.
Went for the impressionist art, stumbled upon a goldmine of beautiful work by Degas in relation to his work focused on the Paris Opera.