Paris, Part three.

In this final collection of our moments in Paris, the season has brought in deeper orange, reds and browns. The winds are chilling and the store fronts are festive. It’s beginning to look a little like Christmas in Paris. We visited Place Vendôme at night lit by Christmas tree fairy light, the unreal Le Bon Marche shopping centre and our Sunday farmers market for freshly shucked oysters and fresh blooms.

We enjoyed ‘green hour’ at La Fee Verde, and we also visited Jardin des Plantes and played like children in the enormous amounts of fallen Autumn leaves. Here we also found holly growing in the wild (real holly!?). We of course, visited the Arc de Triumph and walked along the Champs Élysées. We shared a magic afternoon in the garden of Notre Dame Cathedral watching the birds, admiring the architecture, laughing at other tourists and eating the most decadent eclairs from L’Eclair de Genie.

We shared many more, impossible to forget, memories in Paris like spending evening with the greats at Musee D’Orsay and having so much fun at the cheeky Crazy Horse burlesque cabaret.