So the last couple of months have been quite hectic for me. Between celebrating my friends graduations and having the best last week in Nottingham with some of the best people, it's been very difficult for me to keep up to date on the blogging front. However, after all the celebratory shenanigans I've been travelling quite a bit, and a break to the beautiful city of Paris was the first stop.
Flying out the day after I finished work, I met my family for a week in the city to explore the sights and culture. The last time I visited Paris, I was far too young to appreciate the magic of the place. But it's safe to say having gone back I'm completely hooked!
I went a little crazy with my camera whilst away, snapping away whilst visiting the wonderful arts of The Louvre, the glamorous shops either side of the Avenue des Champs-Elysées and the stunning heights of the Eiffel Tower. Combined with a day trip to the picturesque town of Giverny, it's safe to say my laptop is bursting with images from this trip. Meaning I'm having to split this travel diary into different parts! So stay tuned for more images.
Location: Paris, France
Equipment: Nikon D3200
Must see area: The Louvre and Place du Carrousel
Best photo op: Glass pyramid of The Louvre
Assistants: Jack Ross
We stayed in a little gite just a 15 minute train journey outside of Paris. The little home away from home was in the back garden of the owner's property and was literally the cutest place I've ever stayed in. We even had free reign of the pool as the owner's were away.