Honeymoon destination: Paris

December 17, 2007 at 12:30 pm 2 comments

My bff Elizabeth has just started a honeymoon series on Elizabeth Anne Designs.  The first destination is Paris.  One of my trips to Paris was with her, and I definitely recommend checking out her tips.  I’ll take credit for introducing her to Musee Marmottan Monet and Le Sainte-Chappelle.  I’ll only contradict her with regard to eating in Montmartre – the “great restaurants” are not great for eating!  This area is definitely for the tourists!  Every time I’ve eaten there, I’ve found it to be overpriced and not very impressive… but probably still worth it for the views and ambiance.  😉

Pic of Notre Dame de Paris from Wiki

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  • 1. Jeanette  |  December 17, 2007 at 1:19 pm

    Just found your blog. Thanks for sending me the link. Can’t wait to hear about your next great adventure or get some ideas for our next trip!

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  • 2. Elizabeth @ Elizabeth Anne Designs  |  December 17, 2007 at 8:01 pm

    To clarify to all readers – I only suggested eating crepes in Montmarte. 🙂 I agree that the restaurants are not a good value for the money, but like Feisty states, there is something to be said for hanging out in the square for as long as you can!

    E.

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