We will always have Paris

This weekend we finally made it to Paris again. Last time was 4 years ago - and I really wanted to go back to show the kid the Eiffel Tower and where the love between her parents begun. We went for lunch at the bistro where we first ate together and passed by the bar where we first had drinks. Good memories to treasure forever - so it is good to relive these moments sometimes. Saturday we went to the Eiffel Tower, and sat down to see some skaters do their thing with the most perfect views. Our daughter fitted right in with her bomber jacket, sneakers and her trying to do tricks on her step. She is the coolest. We walked by the canal St Martin, full of people lunching or drinking wine by the water.
After an afternoon of walking we rested a little while at the hotel, enjoying the terrace and the nice room, before going to dinner at La R√©galade - a restaurant where they still serve you the entire terrine of pat√© with a jar of pickles for your fresh bread and the best rice pudding with a wooden spoon. Delicious. After dinner, we went for a late night walk around the Louvre (outside), to see the lights of the Eiffel Tower and the big wheel. Even at night, Paris is a stunner. After a good night's sleep and breakfast, we went to walk around Le Jardin des Tuileries, sat in the green chairs beside the fountain in the sun and let the kid have some fun at the playground. After an afternoon stroll at Le Marais, we got back in the car and made our way home.
Paris will always have a special place in my heart, because that is where I met the man of my life. I think Olivia has a little bit of Paris in her heart now too - because in the car back home she missed Paris already. What a great, sunny weekend!
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