Paris, the city of romance and adventure. It’s an amazing city to visit all year round but of course some seasons are of more interest to some people. I like Paris in Autumn as the burning orange leaves line the River Seine and the lights start to twinkle earlier on a night time, but there’s something relaxing about visiting in Summer and chilling out on the grass and soaking in all of the wonderful sites and sounds around you.
So, when is the best time to visit Paris?
Among all the sights to see in the world, the Northern Lights is an elusive and spectacular that you should get to see in your lifetime. We’ve seen them on postcards, pictures, and films, but all that pales in comparison to witnessing its unbridled beauty with your very own eyes.
Following on from my last review of the Furnace Creek Resort in Death Valley, I wanted to share some more snaps of our visits to Death Valley itself. The hottest place in the world certainly sounds impressive but you’d be surprised by just how much beauty you’ll find in the hot barren corner of California.
Paris had been on my bucket list for 15yr and the Husband finally whisked me off for a surprise visit for our 10th wedding anniversary back in October and I fell in love. If you have built somewhere up in your head for so long it can sometimes disappoint but not Paris. It has a special place in my heart and I can’t wait to go back.
Here’s 5 top tips for maximising your visit to France!
Sitting high up in the Hollywood Hills is one of the most famous landmarks in California. No, not the Hollywood sign but the Griffith Observatory. A must-visit for any trip to LA, find out more in today’s post.