My husband surprised me with a visit to Paris a few years ago, but we strolled the Avenue des Champs Elysees and onto L'Arc de Triomphe, and walked along the Seine and under La Tour Eiffel, and all through and around the Louvre, and all around the Notre Dame.
|Herman Munster in his trainers.|
With the April Vogue open to "Last Look", I began a jog - from my computer, and minus Nicolas Ghesquiere's striking - but $545 - Balenciaga trainers. I wanted to know about the Musee du Quai Branly, Jardin du Luxembourg, and - I thought I'd seen the Sacre Coeur from atop L'Arc de Triomphe.
Then, I added a few points - The Museo d'Orsay, L'Arc de Triomphe, and La Place de la Concorde (near Tuillerie Gardens).
During my visit, from a huge ferris wheel - La Grande Roue de Paris - I could see La Tour Eiffel, glittering like a magnificent tree - sparkling with holiday lights:
|La Tour Eiffel - from La Grande Roue de Paris. Photo by Toile La La.|
|La Grande Roue de Paris. Photo by Toile La La.|
Ending at L'Arc de Triomphe, it would be nice to gaze back at Sacre Coeur - seeing the distance already travelled. Here's my photo of Sacre Coeur from L'Arc de Triomphe:
|Glowing white in the far distance - Sacre Coeur, from L'Arc de Triomphe. Photo by Toile La La.|
There's a bit of my itinerary for a visit to Paris. Thank You Vogue.