A week in Paris

Last week I jumped on a plane to Paris to get away for the week. Back to summer and 32*c weather, back to the city of lights, back to macarons, baguettes, and red wine. My trip didn’t have the best start, a mix of a colder nordic climate, in-flight air condition, and an extremely warm Paris gave me a fever for the first two days of my trip, so my trip really started on my third day, Wednesday, which was the same day as I switched hotels to the beautiful Hotel Chavanel right in the center of the city. What a lovely place to stay! I got the junior suite of this boutique hotel, which consisted of a beautiful bedroom-livingroom space, a desk (which comes very much in handy as a travel blogger) and a huge bathroom with a gorgeous big shower and a huge bubble bathtub. What more can you ask for in a home away from home?

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Processed with VSCO with m5 presetThe hotel is located on the 22 rue de Tronchet, right in the 8ème of Paris close to the Madeleine metro station. It’s always a good idea to stay right in the middle of the city since a day in Paris can take you east, west, north and south.

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Hotel Chavanel
22 Rue Tronchet
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Processed with VSCO with e2 presetA walk to the Jardin du Palais-Royal to sit in the park and get a coffeé at my favourite coffeé-place Café Kitsuné is always included in my travels to Paris.

Jardin du Palais-Royal
6 Rue de Montpensier
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Processed with VSCO with m5 preset I also made a visit to Centre Pompidou for The Beat Generation-exhibition about the beatnick generation.  Centre Pompidou also gives you one of the most beautiful views of Paris, all the way from the Sacré-Coeur to the Eiffel tower.

Centre Pompidou
Place Georges-Pompidou

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