A Weekend In Paris – Part Two.

On my second day in Paris, I woke up with a major macaroon craving and so decided to go and find the famous Laduree bakery. It was the cutest shop imaginable, mint green exterior with a window display of carefully stacked and colour matched macaroons.

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I selected a pink box filled with chocolate, salted caramel, raspberry and rose flavoured macaroons.


The rose flavour was my favourite and I’m not ashamed to admit we went through a ridiculous amount of macaroons during our time there.


After sufficiently stocking up on macaroons, we headed towards the Eiffel Tower. I figured it would be nice to see, but it wasn’t one of the things on the agenda I was most excited by, however in reality it was so impressive and such a beautiful structure. I’m really glad I’ve seen it, although we didn’t hang around for too long, as pick pockets were rife in that area.


Paris is a blogger’s paradise; Marble everywhere!


I wanted to visit some of the ornate cemetaries of Paris, so we walked to Montmartre, a sprawling cemetery in the middle of a built up area, going under bridges at some points. It’s home to a group of stray cats, who we spotted cautiously wondering around.


Not content with the amount of junk we had consumed, we stopped at a crepe hut for some Nutella crepes, yum.


Something which has been on my to-do list for ages has been visiting the catacombs, which we had the chance to do this visit. I found the tunnels themselves to be really eerie, the thought of getting stuck down there as some have done doesn’t bear thinking about!


I fell in love with Paris and loved taking a city break for a change. We didn’t manage to do everything we wanted in our short time there so I look forward to coming back one day.

12 Responses

  1. Paris looks absolutely incredible. I love the photos and I especially love rose flavoured macarons hehe xx

    elese |

  2. Did you have to pinch yourself several times through this trip just to ensure you weren’t dreaming. How is everything in Paris so amazing? I really want to try some Laduree macaroons, the ones I make usually fail haha!

    Sally – DiagonSally

    1. It felt like that! Haha I think I appreciated them more because I’ve had several very failed attempts at making them and know they’re all hand made … I don’t think there’s a future for me in that role!

  3. Paris is the one place that I am dying to visit. I’m currently in Sydney and Europe is a long way from here 🙁 My boyfriend Erdal, and I are planning on reuniting in London or Paris next time we meet up (we are in a long distance relationship) – Paris looks so romantic and perfect 🙂 xx

    Lovely, lovely photos, by the way.

    1. Ah I hope you get to go soon! It would be the perfect place to meet up with him I think <3.

      Thank you Yuka! xx

  4. Love your post – it’s making me miss Paris something fierce! I wasn’t all that excited to see the Eiffel Tower when I was there but it ended up being one of the most amazing and beautiful things I’ve ever seen!

    xx, Caitlin

  5. I loved your Paris blog posts! It’s been years since I last visited. I definitely want to pay a visit in the future again, even if just for some of those beautiful macarons! x

    1. Ah I’m glad you enjoyed Siobhan! I hope you get to visit again soon, I’m craving the cakes so badly x

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