Before I left for the City of Lights with my best friend on the 12th November I had a clear image in my mind of how this blog post was going to be; lots of photos including the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and Disneyland Paris with plenty of content proclaiming my love for the city of Paris.
Sadly, on Friday 13th November the city we were staying in fell victim to a vicious terror attack where over a hundred people lost their lives. Luckily, we’d spent the day at Disneyland Paris and as we left the park at around 8’o’clock we changed our minds about finding somewhere for dinner back in Paris and stayed in the park to eat instead. As soon as we were off the train and back in our hotel our phones went mad with text messages from friends and family back at home and at first we shrugged it off. We’d heard nothing and the trains were running as normal back from Disney. It wasn’t until we were in our hotel room that we discovered the extent of what was happening, just ten minutes down the road from our little hotel.
In the run up to the tragic event that left us glued to the news in our hotel room for the rest of the night I’d fallen head over heels for a city I’d spent only 36 hours in and can’t wait to return to as soon as possible. I documented our little explorations in a series of photos that I’d love to share with you all.