New Year Adventure in Paris Part 2

On day 3 in Paris we had purchased skip the line tickets for the Eiffel Tower because being new year you can guess it's going to be busy. I booked with get your guide and I definitely recommend them, they really were skip the line tickets we got too the top of the Eiffel tower super quick.

I have to admit I don't love heights but I wanted to say I've been to the top level of the Eiffel Tower so I powered through! There's even an ice skating rink at the top.

I wore my H&M gilet (£14.99) over this unique Dahlia cross blouse!

After wondering the Parisian streets for a while we stumbled upon a gluten free cafe called NoGlu about a 20 minute walk from the Louvre as my boyfriend is celiac. We had Brie & bacon sandwiches even though I am not celiac the bread is still amazing. France is pastry heaven! 

After we queued up for the Louvre to see the famous Mona Lisa! (Free entrance with your passport or ID) I find it really fascinating how people push and shove to get a glimpse of this famous painting (it's very tiny) by Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci.

For dinner we dined at a restaurant called Bistro Victoires which was €11 euro for Confit Duck.  Such incredibly cheap prices for the amount of food we had, even with a bottle of wine our French meal came to €45!  This restaurant is recommended by the guardian too!

On our final night in Paris we booked a river seine boat trip which is a must do plus it's very romantic if you're there with a loved one! Also it's so pretty seeing the Eiffel Tower lit up at night.

 There are so many places I want to travel to for 2015 we're thinking of visiting Honfleur in northwestern France and my friend is getting married in Las Vegas in October so plenty of holidays to look forward too!

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Liz xx

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