Paris c'est toujours une bonne idée
This is what Audrey Hepburn said in the famous movie "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and she couldn't find a better expression.
We spent an amazing only-girls weekend in the most romantic city in the world: Paris.
For none of us was the first time in the ville lumière so we were able to going around without following the classical tourist steps, discovering new and unforgettable places.
We left Italy on Friday, from different cities and at different times. We met directly in the super central 4 stars hotel that guested us for the weekend: the magnificient Balmoral Hotel
Arriving to the Hotel, all of us could enjoy the amazing Champs Elysée and the Arc de Triomphe view.
After a refreshing night and a delicious breakfast with a memorable orange juice -thanks to the Balmoral Hotel
- we were full of energies for a day out in Paris.
We decided to walk to the Trocadero. Here you can have the most exciting view of the Eiffel Tower: the symbol of the country.
One of the most vivid and colored district in Paris is Le Marais so we enjoyed the warm weather, having lunch in the historical jewish area and discovering the bohemian of the streets. We stopped at Chez Marianne for a middle east traditional lunch.
At this point we decided to relish the most artistic arrondissement: Montmartre with its hidden streets that let you think about an ancient life. From the Abbesses metro station to the Sacre Coeur Basilique we discovered an unusual Montmartre area -and we found out our fav restaurant "La Maison Rose" of course.
Saturday night in Paris? The Parmentier area offers french Bistrots with an international clientele. We rocked the night with our amazing Raffinalla pants
we wore all weekend long: comfy but glam at the same time.
What about Sunday? Just enjoyed Paris! With a walk along the Seine and a typical bruch. It's the best way to feel like real parisiennes.
What can we say? Paris, it's always a pleasure!
Special thanks to Hotel Balmoral
for giving us the chance to spent a weekend all together.
Photo credits Chiara
and Hotel Balmoral