One of the joys I found with Paris is that it didn’t move at the speed of cities like London, it had a slower much more calmer pace making it the perfect place to grab a coffee and doodle the people who filled the streets and buildings.
Cake who doesn’t like crazy amounts of pastries and cakes? Paris was the perfect combination of naughtiness and indulgence when it comes too food.
I’m not going too lie I had an Amelie moment first creme brulee ever, in the sweetest little Parisian cafe, whilst the Eiffel tower. Special little moments are always important.
I wanted to share with you reminiscences of past adventures. So today’s throw back Thursday is when me and Lyzi ventured to Paris way back in 2012 I have shared the blog posts in the past, I never showed these photos as I felt it might have been a tad bit overwhelming. I adored the walk around the Monmartre Cemetery. It was so beautiful, it didn’t feel like a place that housed the dead but a monument to such wonderful lives that people lead.
We spent hours wandering around the streets in search of cafes, vintage shops and beautiful buildings. Drawing and taking everything in. Two years since our trip and I haven’t been out of the country since, my feet are itching too travel again.
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