A Weekend in Paris

Traveling in Europe is so much cheaper than America! A few weeks ago, my friend, Kayla, and I, flew to Paris and my roundtrip ticket was $47.92 (with Ryanair). In addition, our Airbnb was only $106 per person for 3 nights/4 days for a studio located in the middle of Paris, walking distance to many shops and train station. Anyway, we flew to Paris to see a Post Malone concert seeing that he was doing a European tour.

So how was the concert? WOW. I definitely enjoyed his life performance. He was immersed in his songs and looked like he was having a good time on stage.. He even smashed a guitar after playing, Rockstar.

We paid 51 euros each for balcony seats but and still had a pretty good view. He performed Wow, Blame It On Me, Congratulations, I Fall Apart, Broken Whiskey Glass, Sugar Wraith, White Iverson, and more.

The next morning, we visited a nearby cafe, Le Pain Des Copains, for breakfast. Croissants, especially from France, are my favorite. To me, I find them filling and taste so much better from France.

We took the train to the Louvre. We visited there over New Year’s but it was pretty crowded and decided to try again this time. It was not crowded this time and we were able to take photos right in front of lady Mona Lisa.

We did some window shopping then headed to East Side Burgers for lunch. I ordered “Le Big Smack” that came with vegan cheddar cheese, white onions, lettuce, homemade big smack sauce, and pickles. For a vegan burger, I really enjoyed how the burger was made. It was quite tasty and filling.

We headed back to our neighborhood, did some grocery shopping, and I made my “famous” pasta for dinner.

The following day was a lazy day. We did not do much except visit the Eiffel tower at sunset.

A part of heart remains in Paris.. I don’t know if it is the people, the language, or the many croissants I ate while there but I love France. But I’m glad I visited Paris twice while in Europe. One day I will visit again for a third time.

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