While in Paris, there is so much to see and I can't recommend "Bright Lights Paris" by Angie Niles enough as a guide book for the trip. I was hoping for sunshine all week, but we had one day with lots of rain and some dry moments that I still didn't want to waste. I am not a Museum person though (sorry to admit that, but it's the truth and even in Paris, I won't change it) and we wanted to see the city. Therefore we tried to add as many "sights" indoors as possible to flee the rain at some point.
- Chanel Flagship store at Rue Cambon 31 - also check out the infamous stairs that go up to Coco Chanels old apartment
- Ladurée - best place for macarons and the place looks like a cotton candy bar, magical!!
- Les Halles (19 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau) - old market hall or walk through that carries you back to the 20th century. Christian Louboutin inhabits several of the small boutique spaces with this old flair. Worth a visit even just for the nice window decorations.
- Notre Dame or Sacré-Coeur - visiting old and beautiful churches is always on my list to do and those two are definitely worth a visit.
- Try to do some sightseeing - my favourite spots were Pont Alexandre III, the Louvre pyramid and the big wheel on the Place the la Concorde