Au revoir — I’m off to Paris


September 10, 2011Travel8 Comments

Crayton and I are escaping for a week to Paris! We scored a great deal on miles back in March. It’ll be our first time there. We’re visiting our good friends Erik and Jesica, who moved to Paris a year ago.

My plan for the week is to walk around a lot, see a few museums and eat as much as I can. I’ve even worked out extra-hard over the past month, so you know I’m going to be hitting up the salted butter and the chocolate croissants.

We return to Mexico City on Sept. 18.

Hasta pronto!

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8 Responses to “Au revoir — I’m off to Paris”
  1. SusanB

    Have a great time! Oddly enough, when my husband and I were in Paris a few years ago, we met a Mexican woman in a crepe restaurant and a Mexican man a few nights later in a restaurant.

  2. Lesley

    Thanks Susan! We’ll see how many Mexicans we meet — when we were in India last year, a handful of people came up to me and spoke Spanish, which was interesting.

  3. Melissa

    Maybe you’ll be blogging about French food when you return!

  4. Steve Vender

    I was lucky enough a long time ago to be able to spend about six months in Paris, studying French at the Alliance Francaise. I was staying on the Rue St. Jacque, in the 5th Arrondisment. I used to use the Rue Mouffetard for everything. It’s one of the oldest streets in Paris and a place you won’t want to miss. It has wonderful markets, restaurants and cafes. It’s right in the middle of the 5th Arrondisment, running parallel to the Boulevard St. Michel, near Montparnasse. Have a great trip. You really have to go out of your way to have a bad meal in Paris. You’ll love it.

  5. mario

    Make sure to walk and poke around Le Marais and visit the street-foody-feeling L’As Du Fallafel Mariage Frères & Fauchon have become very touristy, but are still food institutions and worth a visit. Tea & Sweets at the Mosquée de Paris is also kind of a must I also loved this soup&sandwich place called Cosi when I lived there, in St Germain Great focaccia bread, great crumble w/crème fraiche. And now I’m gonna stop or I’ll have a foodie breakdown. Enjoy!

  6. Mike

    Mexico City to Paris. Two of my favorite cities. Will look forward to your trip report

  7. Esperanza

    NICE! Have a splendid time! Eat like the queen you are!

  8. Dmarie

    okay, just found your blog. VERY hungry after taking a quick look around. seems I’ll have to come back to see what good foods you ate in Paris. thanks for sharing!!

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