There are few sights more magical than the Eiffel Tower glowing in the darkness. Since 1985 the tower has been lit from the inside by 336 projectors equipped with high-pressure, yellow-orange sodium lamps, and today the gleaming tower is an icon the world over. Advertisements
For anyone who has ever wondered what a travel blogger does when they aren’t travelling, this is it. We look at pictures and wax poetic about the places we have been before. Tonight I dream of Paris.
It’s Paris, it’s the Eiffel Tower, it’s amazing. ‘Nuff said!
The theme today on #FriFotos is Holy Places and I have no shortage of photos. Although I’m not a religious person I love visiting religious sites when we travel
Never one to disappoint, I present the second installment of our Paris exploits. Today I bring you the beauty of Notre Dame de Paris, the majesty of the Arc de Triomphe, and the romance of la Tour Eiffel.
My love for Paris is no secret, I’ve written about it numerous times. The food, architecture, culture, language – I love it all.
Paris is one of my favourite places on earth. The culture, the language, the sights, and the food! Oh, the food! Even for a vegetarian Paris is food heaven.
There is no city like Paris.
I love Paris! I went for the first time in the summer of 2008 with my boyfriend and my mom on a whirlwind tour of Europe. It was everything I expected and more! I will never forget looking up at the Eiffel Tower at dusk and seeing it burst into light. I know some people …