Here's a little photo series from one of my days in Paris with Corrie. It was one of our most packed days. Actually, all our days there were crammed with experiences and most evenings I would look back on the morning and feel as if it has been a week earlier.
Outfit planning in the morning. Our apartment had wonderful lighting due to the numerous windows with dreamy views. I took only the clothes which I wear most often, including these beloved vintage items.
The Gambetta Metro station which we took trains from each morning. The Paris Metro is quite unlike the London underground in its clear organisation and geometric architecture. Whilst there I barely used the internet and my sole source of news was the daily paper which I read in French on the trains.
Early that morning, we visited a small antique market. Whilst I don't believe in shopping for the sake of it, this market was serenely elegant.
I loved the sight of oil paintings propped up against vans or walls. The market was full of beauty and I saw it as being like a gallery.
Corrie and I getting ready before going out.
This was our second visit to the Louvre. It was surprisingly quiet, meaning it was possible to fully appreciate some of the popular areas.
After the Louvre, we wandered the streets nearby for a while until tiredness kicked in, then returned to our temporary home for a night of reading.
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