We happened to run into a rainy week in Paris, but that didn't stop us from getting to places. We spent most of our first day roaming around the city, and planned our last two days for Disneyland Paris and Versailles since it's only a short train ride away. If you plan on going inside museums like the famous Lourve, book tickets early and save some extra days for it!
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Day 1: Roaming in Paris
Started off our day by visiting Notre Dame, Fontaine St. Micheal, and Sorbonne University
To get to Lourve Museum, we crossed the Pont de Artes (bridge) where everyone left their love locks behind. There were many other bridges and fences all around for people to leave their locks, and of course even we caved in to get one!
Since we were only staying in Paris for a few days, we didn't line up and go into cathedrals or museums at all. So plan ahead in booking tickets in advance or lining up super early to save time in your day! Believe me, lines infront of the Louvre are way worse than Black Friday shopping lines.
After dinner, we went back to Arc de Triomphe to get a top night view of Champs Elysses Ave and the sparkling Eiffel Tower.
Day 2: Disneyland Paris
We came just in time for the Christmas festivities at Disneyland! Compared to Disneyland in California, Disney really upped their castle game to compete with the other pretty castles all over Europe. Here's a sneak peek!
Day 3: Paris to Versailles
Unfortunately we were not able to head to Versailles since it was raining too hard. But train tickets are only $8-14 round trip, so definitely worth a quick visit for the day. For our last day, I just decided to continue roaming around streets of Paris and stayed warm by bakery hopping. Definitely recommend Paul (2nd from left), Eric Kayser (4th from left), and Dominique Saibron for bakeries. As for snacks, I'd go to Au P’tit Grec for Crepes or Galerie Lafayette Gourmet Food Hall again. Remember to bring cash as some places like Au P’tit Grec are cash only!