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Travel Tips For A Honeymoon in Paris: The Icons of Paris

By Jeff Game

In the final piece of my three-part series; travel with me and my new bride to one of the most romantic and iconic cities in the world, as we rent an apartment in the Marais for ten days and serve up some travel tips for a honeymoon in Paris.Travel Tips

 

Hey, I’m Getting Romantic Here, I’m Getting Romantic Here

Not to start out all sappy and chick-flick-like, but I really never cared if my wife and I went to an island in the middle of nowhere, with lapping waves and a cabana boy named Coco or got a room at a motel in Bakersfield, as long as we made it romantic, it would not matter where we spent our honeymoon. Ok, Bakersfield may not be the answer, but you get my romantic point. Continue reading

Honeymoon in Paris: A Photo Journey Through the Streets of Paris

By Jeff Game

Travel to Paris with myself, and my new bride in a three part series of articles on one of the most romantic cities in the world, as we rented an apartment in the Le Maris for ten days on our honeymoon in Paris.Honeymoon in Paris

Paris is truly the most unique city in the world, it is the launching point to so many things we do or eat or even talk about all over the world.

Honeymoon in Paris

When you are walking the streets of Paris you cannot only see the history of the city, you can smell and taste the diversity, the richness and the culinary history that some of the finest chefs have created in this city. French food that have shaped so much of how we eat in many cultures around the world can be traced back to Paris.

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Honeymoon in Paris: Baguette’s, Walks in the Rain and Jim Morrison

By Jeff GameHoneymoon in Paris

Travel to Paris with myself, and my new bride in a three part series of articles on one of the most romantic cities in the world, as we honeymoon in Paris.

Honeymoon in Paris

 

Renting an Apartment

You descend the one flight of the creaky, wooden staircase, past the clanging bottles of the bar below and out into damp streets to walk a block for a jambon et fromage (ham & cheese sandwich) for breakfast. The smells of roasted coffee, freshly baked croissants and the morning rain dominate the air. All around you hear the hustle and bustle of a typical Parisian morning and languages that are foreign to your tongue. Renting an apartment in Paris on a vacation is a great way to submerse yourself into the culture and discover another world off the beaten path of Paris.

Honeymoon in Paris

 

My wife and I like to say, do things in a different way, and that included taking our honeymoon a couple weeks before our actual wedding. Either way, we still had an amazing honeymoon in Paris and what cooler way to do that than to rent a cozy apartment in Paris.

 

 

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