4th and final stop on Rose and Mina’s Epic European Tour 2017, a place that needs no introduction...
We visited Sacre Cour and to our delight we had a lovely view of the cathedral from our Air Bnb as well. We wandered in Rodin’s garden (and marvelled even more at Camille Claude’s astounding, sensual sculptures) and walked along the Seine. We visited Notre Dame as well, the towers of which are no longer standing 💔
It seemed fitting to end our trip in Paris, a place we’d each been before but never together.
When it was time to leave we were ready to go home, we’d been away for ten long days and seen so many incredible sights it’s impossible to remember them all — Art, architecture, food, people, mountains and rivers and gardens...
Two years later, looking back and saying, “we did all that,” when both of us are once again sitting in our homes at the end of perfectly normal days... it’s a trip. Beyond the fun of reliving the fantastic memories, it’s amazing and powerful to be reminded of how our combined desire and determination brought about something that had seemed impossible only a year ago.
If we never do anything or go anywhere the rest of our lives (which, psshh, of course we will!) we’ll remember these ten days forever.
Thanks for joining us on our nostalgia tour 💙🧡💜💚 Rose&Mina
812 hours ago
This is one of my #favoriteplaces in GP. I call these trees #thethreesisters . They are beautiful and majestic, perfect for climbing and a great place to meditate and get centred.
The largest collection of art treasures in the world can be found in Louvre.
The vast and crowded museum can be a little overwhelming, especially during summer season, but it’s a Paris experience that simply can’t be missed.
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