Paris with teenagers is an entirely different experience and I have to say quite enjoyable. This was our second Christmas in Paris with Grandma Linda, but this time with teens. We experienced Paris Christmas markets, dazzling lights, museums, food, shops, sights, scooters, Christmas jammies, independence, games & more!
Growing up in a family with 6 kids, I loved our Holiday Traditions. It was time for the family to be together play games and eat good food. We would set the table with the best dishes in the house and wait hours to have our holiday meal. Continue reading
Of all the places to see in Paris, what is a must? Well, if you’re like Anya, it’s the Eiffel Tower (La Tour Eiffel). Even before we moved to Spain, she was talking about how she wanted to go to France, and visit the Eiffel Tower. As you know, we spent the Christmas holiday in Paris with my mom. There was a lot of walking involved, but Paris is truly a beautiful city. Heidi and I first visited on our 1 year wedding Anniversary and were forever touched by Paris the city of love.
While living in Spain, we want to be sure we can see as much of Europe as we can. We usually take advantage of school holidays to take a trip. This holiday was time to meet up with Grandma and spend our Christmas in Paris. We had a full week to enjoy the city and fall in love with it all over again (Alan and I) or for the first time.