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Paris....

"We visited 2 cities...Paris and Versailles!  Château de Versailles was by far my favorite touring spot.  I was most impressed by its elegant architecture and the fact that it has withstood the test of time...this palace was built during the 17th century!  The Gardens and Park of the Château (or the backyard) were absolutely astonishing.  Everything was well manicured with intricate designs and simply beautiful. For obvious reasons, I'd recommend the Eiffel Tower (or Tour Eiffel).  You just can't travel to Paris without visiting the Eiffel Tower.  There are two options for climbing the tower: 1) from the ground to the 2nd floor (via stairs or lift) and 2) from the ground to the top (via lift only).  We went with the 2nd option, and were able to stop on the 2nd floor and look down before going all the way to the top.  Once at the top, the views were completely breathtaking. Yes, this was a romantic destination.  Paris is known as the "City of Love" for a reason.  I remember saying to myself, "You can't take a 'bad' picture in this city!"  Once, my husband nudged me at dinner and said, "Look around...how many people are on their phones?"  I hadn't noticed, but NO ONE was on their phone.  The French culture actually encourages personal interaction and lingering hours at cafés and restaurants. This is much different from what I'm used to in Atlanta, and it felt really nice to get away from the hustle and bustle of my city and immerse myself in a new culture."
 
"I would 100% recommend everyone travel to Paris.  This was the best trip I've ever been taken (including my Hawaiian honeymoon), and I'm so happy to have pictures to last a lifetime."

 

 - Keidra Dobbs

 

 

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"Thank You Keidra for sharing your pictures, experience, and reasons why Paris should be on every travelers list to visit! The BEST way to getaway starts with Lets' Toast, Taste & Travel!"     - Ashley Stevenson 
  

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