So if you follow me on social media you will have seen that this weekend just gone I went to Paris for 3 days to celebrate James and I's 6 year anniversary and honestly was the best holiday I've had in a while for several reasons, so without further ado here's the lowdown on my Paris holiday.
So as you do in Paris our first day was spent shopping on the Champ Elysées, and to say I was excited was an understatement as I'd already got a wishlist the length of my arm of bits and pieces I wanted to get. Our taxi driver dropped us off right outside Louis Vuitton so naturally that was our first pit stop which meant most my dollar was spent before the holiday finished! With trips to Sephora, MAC and the French Pharmacy all in all it was a good day.
On the night we had booked to eat in the Eiffel Tower, and I have to be honest it was one of the most amazing experiences ever. We had booked to be seated close to the window but didn't imagine we'd be sitting right next to the window, with the most gorgeous views over Paris. The food and atmosphere was amazing and an experience I'd definitely recommend.
The best day of the holiday, we had pre-planned to go to Disneyland Paris and as an avid lover of Disneyland Orlando I couldn't wait to experience another park. The little kid in me couldn't contain my excitement and ending up buying the most amazing Disney Princess ears to walk around in. After we'd walked around the park James decided to talk me by the Disney Princess Castle, and before I knew it proposed to me! I don't remember the ins and outs too much, as there was mostly crying and laughing, but long story short I said yes, and it was for me the most magical place to ask! We finished the day with a meal in Walt's which I'd definitely recommend, a bit pricey but the food is amazing and if sitting in a window seat you get a good view of the parade on Main Street.
As we'd been to Paris before we didn't want to really go exploring museums and such so instead we ventured back Champ Elysées to see what the Arch de Triumph had to offer as we'd never been up there before. I have to admit we did chicken out as we'd left it a bit late in the day and it was not only manic but to cross the road it felt like you'd be taking your life in your own hands. So we had a second day of shopping which included a Tiffany's treat and the infamous Ladurée Macaroons box.
All in all I'd had an amazing trip and couldn't wait to share this amazing news with you all!