paris & london recommendations?





I am headed to Paris and London in late June and I’d love to hear your recommendations! While I’ve been lucky to have spent substantial time in both cities I want to hear your favorites, can’t miss places/restaurants/etc. I know I have a ways to go but this trip is getting me through the next few months knowing it’s around the corner. I can’t wait to hop over the Atlantic and would love to hear from you about where to spend some time.



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5 Responses to paris & london recommendations?

  1. Jessica January 16, 2014 at 11:14 am #

    So fun! Hallie and I are trying to plan a trip to Paris this Spring/Summer, too! xx
    Jessica recently posted..Blue Bows

  2. Kierra Makayla January 16, 2014 at 7:17 pm #

    Such gorgeous photos!
    xoxo, Kierra Makayla

  3. Sara January 16, 2014 at 9:29 pm #

    There is nothing better than planning a trip, especially one to London and Paris!

    Here are some thoughts on London:
    Sofitel St. James – great location, amazing spa and very clean hotel. The whole place has a very old British feel. The bar is nice for a warm up and a tea (they bring a little scone on the side!)

    Dukes Hotel – The bar here is amazing. They make the best martinis and the place is tucked away on an adorable little side street. The drinks are pricey – so i suggest just one and then head to dinner. The place is 105 years old and is said to have invented the “shaken not stirred” phrase.

    Indian food: Sagar – not fancy, but delish and affordable!

    Have a great time. PS. Love your blog, it brings a lot of enjoyment to my day. Thank you.

    • Meghan January 23, 2014 at 9:40 pm #

      Sara- thank you so much for your kind words – it means so much I can bring some enjoyment to your day :)

      Thank you so much for your recos!! Can’t wait to explore them!

  4. Emily February 4, 2014 at 4:47 pm #

    there’s an awesome bike tour of paris run by americans called fat tire bike tours. the guides are fun and informative and you stop for lunch near the louvre. also, be sure to check out the musee d’orsay – it’s my favorite museum in paris!!

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