I'm still kind of pinching myself that this actually happened. It's one of those things on my bucket list that I figured would probably kick the bucket instead of ending up in it. What a dream it turned out to be.
After a lot cajoling, I finally convinced Jeff that this would be a good idea. I knew it had to be a good idea. I mean, when could Paris not ever be a good idea? At least that's what I kept telling him. He bought it. Oh, good man that he is.
It was definitely tricky trying to make it all happen in one day. Our day began at 3:00 am with a cab ride into London to catch a train from there to the heart of Paris. We arrived bleary eyed but with a spring in our step. Just the two of us. On an adventure of a lifetime.
With not too much time before our train left that evening, we hit all the biggies...the Eiffel tower being the real biggie, of course. A trip to the top with butterflies in my stomach was the highlight.
I can see why it's a city for artists, for lovers, for designers, for adventurers and for Sabrina movie quoters. You know I love me some Sabrina.
Even she said it herself, Paris is always a good idea. Yes. Yes, it is.