Arrival, dinner time!
First morning, it couldn’t be more beautiful. Thanks for having us Four Seasons!
Balcony views. A good thing being a person that wakes up early is that you never miss any sunrise.
A very happy girl the first night & my favourite type of breakfast. Nuts, berries, seeds – and loads of them!
Every corner is beautiful in Paris.
Last day we had a lot of rain but it was perfect anyway.
Coffee before heading to the airport
Link to the Four Seasons George V hotel: HERE
As you know I was in Paris some weeks ago. I have totally forgot to share some of my photos from that trip so here we go. It’s was the first time I was in Paris as a tourist so I really enjoyed it. We stayed at the George V Hotel which in the center of Paris. It’s perfect located with a walking distance to the most typical sight seeings in Paris. The interior in the hotel is really incredible, I love the classical styling it has and it really gives you these Parisian vibes. The bedroom, bathtub everything was so pretty! Since I don’t have a bathtub in my home I always make sure to use it when I’m staying in hotels. So relaxing!
Even though I just had 2 days in Paris, one of them with a lot of rain I had a lot of fun. We did everything from strolling around the Eiffel Tower, having lunch beside the Louvre, Moulin Rouge, meeting up with my friend Reenan. I really recommend you to visit Montmantre, the neighbourhood around there is so cozy and filled with paintings by locals. It’s just a really nice neighbour hood to just walk around in. Something I really love with Paris is the cafeterias around the city and the way the chairs and tables are placed. You sit beside each other instead of infront and I just think it’s so romantic. I honestly wouldn’t mind living in Paris for one month next year. I think it could be a great challenge and life experience. As you know I travel a lot for work there and I have a couple of friends there as well. But let’s see about that. I’m going to eat yesterdays pancakes now. I made way to much..