The rain let up for our last morning in Paris, so we took a quick stroll along the Seine before it was time to catch our train to London.
I didn’t do as much shopping in Paris as I’d hoped, but this scarf from Comptoir des Cotonniers was my first and probably best purchase. It’s very soft and light, and I’ve worn it several times already. I really wish CdC was available online in the US. They always have some great, wearable pieces in gorgeous colors.
I’ve added a “wear it in Paris” section to my shop, inspired by the styles I saw there.
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Postcards from Paris…
For our first two days in Paris, the weather was so nice all we wanted to do was just walk and walk and take it all in.
Rain moved in on the 3rd day, but we managed to squeeze in a river cruise in the morning before it was too wet. We hadn’t done a river tour/cruise since our first Paris trip in 2007, and really enjoyed it, despite the weather.
Had it not been so wet, we might have stopped at this cafe…
A break in the rain as we were walking to dinner served up some gorgeous, dramatic views.
We took the Eurostar to London yesterday. It was a bit more of a scramble than I’d experienced before, as new border checkpoints have been added since Brexit. But once we were on the train, it was a comfortable ride, and just a quick cab ride from St. Pancras to our hotel.
Many of you have asked for details about our itinerary, accommodations, and restaurants. I will be sharing recaps in the coming weeks, as I have a LOT to recommend!
We have a full schedule for our few days here in London, and meetups with friends. More soon…