Europe Blog

In December of 2014, I finally went to Europe for the first time. I traveled with my husband and my parents to Paris, France; Bruges, Belgium; Strasbourg, France; and London, England over the course of 12 days. We were in Paris for both Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. I planned and prepared for this trip for 4 months before we left, and found surprisingly little about visiting the City of Light over the holidays. As a result I pretty much had a running blog post in my head during our entire trip. I constantly thought about things I wish I had known or read about before the trip. In my free time over the next few months, I’ll be posting a detailed recap of our trip, where I’ll try to include the tips and tricks I wish I had known. When I’m finished I will write a few wrap-up posts about packing and planning and maybe even one big giant post with ALL the helpful info I can think of.

In the meantime you can find links here to everything I’ve written so far. Enjoy!

First Trip to Europe, Day 1 – Getting to Paris

First Trip to Europe, Day 1 – The Hotel and First Night in Paris

First Trip to Europe, Day 2 – Christmas Eve, Montmartre, and the Eiffel Tower

First Trip to Europe, Day 3 – Christmas Day

First Trip to Europe, Day 4 – Monet, Rodin, Napoleon, and The Louvre

First Trip to Europe, Day 5 – Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus and Musee des Arts et Metiers

First Trip to Europe, Day 6 – Bruges, Belgium

First Trip to Europe, Day 7 – Paris to Strasbourg

First Trip to Europe, Day 8 – Strasbourg

First Trip to Europe, Day 9 – Strasbourg to Paris, Quick Trip to Versailles, New Year’s Eve

First Trip to Europe, Day 10 – New Year’s Day and Musee d’Orsay

First Trip to Europe, Day 11 – London

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