A Short Trip To Paris – Part Two


I am once again going to overload you with tons of pictures. Before I go straight to the photos, I thought of sharing some quick notes, which would be helpful when you plan your trip, if you haven’t been there already. We were there for 4 days and commuting from one place to another was pretty convenient by metro. It took us a while to figure the different colors and zones but once we got that part, it became fun to hop in and hop out! I am sure there are lots of travel books available in the market but I would recommend Rick Steve’s book as it has pretty interesting and helpful information.


Thank you very much for showing your appreciation towards the photographs I had shared in Part One and I hope you enjoy these too!


Eiffel Tower: My biggest excitement about our trip was to eat loads of Macaroon and see the Eiffel Tower. No matter where you are in Paris, you can view it standing tall and proud. Once you get close, it’s takes a while to absorb the fact how huge it is! We just wanted to sit there all night and admire its beauty!




Notre Dame: This historic Roman Catholic Marian Cathedral has a unique design. It’s ginormous and is considered as one of the best examples of Gothic Architecture.






Basilique du Sacré-Cœur: The church is situated at the highest point in the city. There was quite a lot of walking and climbing to be done to reach the church and if that wasn’t enough, we climbed many more stairs to reach the dome, right on the top. The view from top was seriously worth all the huffing and puffing!







Panthéon: We didn’t spend a lot of time there but it’s again another must see place. Situated in Latin Quarters, it was our last stop in Paris.




And here are few more photos from the street.











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My, I am trying hard not to feel jealous of you, and failing splendidly!

Absolutely breathtaking photos!

LOVE it again! For a while I’ve had Shakespeare & Co as the background on my credit card (Capital One lets you customize for free). But now I’m switching to chocolate-covered candied oranges 🙂

Rosa says:

I really enjoyed each of your lovely pictures!



Crepes were one of my excitements in Paris. I practically lived on savory and sweet crepes while there. Macaroons are equally good.

Lovely pictures.

oh my gosh K! you are making me want to book tickets right now! I loveee that book shop! Would love to sit at that bench and read – some of that hot wine may help too 🙂

Eha says:

Absolutely fantastic photography! Some of your camera angles are better than those in many expensive coffee table tomes! My personal favourite is the old Shakespeare book store with that gorgeous seat in front: what atmosphere!

Nami | JOC says:

Cannot describe how gorgeous your photos are!! They only make me dream and wish that I could be there! Thanks for sharing!

Deepa says:

Kankana after getting bowled over by the beautiful pictures now this is my next destination…After getting dark the sight looks so beautiful..So you enjoyed macroons haan …Khoob shundor hoyeche pictures gulo…

Oh Kan, Your pics are making me fall in love again, just hold A’s hand and walk on these streets, …

preveena says:

I was in Paris in June, absolutely loved the place. You captured Paris so beautifully.

Gorgeous gorgeous photos!! I need to include Paris into my future travel itinerary ASAP!!!!

My mouth is still wide open looking at this pics. Oh my, Paris is gorgeous. No wonder it is one of the must see place on earth. Hope you had a good time in the gastronomic capital

Funwidfud says:

Wow…awesome place and pics…Lucky you to have visited this beautiful place..

I love that first shot of the Eiffel tower and the beautiful red door!

Wizzy says:

The Eiffel Tower pics. WoW. Just Wow!

Can I please go to Paris now!
Kankana thanks again for the visual travel adventure. What a city that is.
I hope you guys have delicious holidays,

simply stunning! I mean picture perfect pictures!

I could sit and stare at your blog all day and night… beautiful is an understatement.

Sahitya says:

Amazing pictures..Paris is one of my most favorite places in the world. i just want to go back there..I enjoy reading your blog too.
Just a suggestion…I think you should add a watermark to your photos. Take credit where you truly deserve it or you will find that people copy without hesitation.
Rock on:)

Gnana says:

Guess what Kankana…I saw ur pics, and don’t crave to visit Paris anymore… I am satiated!

nipponnin says:

Nice! Very very nice! Unlike other reader, I crave more and more to visit Paris after seeing those beautiful photos.