Thursday, 25 July 2013

Dipping & Dining in Paris - 4

From the Pompidou, we walked / dodged from shadow to shadow across the short & sunny stretch of Paris to the Musée d'Orsay.



On our walk we crossed a bridge. But not just any bridge.

Spencer & Lucy from MIC kissed on this bridge, woaaaaaaaah... As you can imagine, we were really excited about this, so I took a photo of Louise to remember this historic moment. (Don't worry I'm not really thaaaat obsessed...only a little bit)


We then arrived at the Musée d'Orsay. After climbing the thousands & thousands of steps all the way to the top, we arrived at the most famous floor.


It was a-mazing. Louise & I tagged along to a guided group to listen in on what each sculpture / painting meant, it was really interesting. 

My favourites were Monet's pieces and Degas' sculpture of the little 14 - year old dancer. I have a book about her at home and it was incredible to see her in real, ribbon and all! 


No photos were allowed so I made do with this sneaky shot.

After this, we did even more walking, through the famous 'Jardins des Tuileries', to get to our restaurant for the evening. Louise joined me in my quest for shade this time, it was so so hot!



I had a little dip in the garden's big fountain, then we resumed our walk, walking past Le Louvre on our way.



The restaurant was gooood! Turned out it was a pizzeria & we all devoured our food. After all that walking can you really blame us?

It was delicious & pretty central so it was nice to see the hustle & bustle of Paris as we ate outside. Cheers Louise!



Above: Aaron & Safa

Below: Myself, with a knife in my Orangina glass, attempting to de-fizz it. I thought this was a pretty normal thing to do but there I got quite a few odd looks...


I had a sizzling hot marguerita. Look at it ooze with delicious-ness. Mmmm yeah.



The meal was really tasty & amongst the people walking past, there was an awesome guy who had given his dog dreadlocks. Yes, dreadlocks.

It was really cool when the dog jumped, showing off his locks.


Our pizza feast was so tasty that we asked to take our leftovers back with us. (No use in wasting, eh?)


Listening toooo: 'Young And Beautiful' by Lana Del Rey & 'Alors On Danse' by Stormae.

17 comments:

  1. looks like an amazing time! this year i was given a choice of where to go, paris or geneva and i chose the wrong destination!! great inspiration! love the first pic!
    thanks for sharing!

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  2. Another day in the beautiful city! I feel like I'm there following you through your photos. These are great, so fun and nice :)

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  3. This looks so much fun! I love the MIC tribute, haha - I am just as obsessed!

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    1. Aah as soon as we saw the bridge we were like WOAH we know that place! Haha, glad we aren't the only onesxx

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  4. Looks like you had a fun day! I really want to go to Paris some day :)

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    1. It's such a nice place & so artsy too, I reccommend it! If you're in the area, be sure to visit Monet's garden too, it was my favourite stop on the tripxx

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  5. I'm loving all the photos from your Paris adventures. Wish we got to see the dog in dreadlocks, haha!

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    1. Thank you Jane! He was so happy & bounding around with them all, it was awesomexx

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  6. that pizza looks gorgeous, mmmmm!

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  7. New to your blog and must say I love your layout..

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  8. love the photos- Paris looks so fancy! I so want to visit one day xx

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  9. Ahh I got back from Paris last night, your making me miss it so much Paprika! Glad to see you loved it too!
    Emily xx
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  10. Paris looks better than I remember! I must go back soon then...

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  11. Lovely photos!

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