Honeymooning

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As some of you may know, Jason and I got married on July 3rd and we’ve been honeymooning since!  We arrived in Paris a few days ago, and have been walking along the Seine and seeing all the sights.  Since we’re both lucky enough to have this be our 3rd trip to Paris, we’ve been able to enjoy our time at our favorite sites.

Our first full day was amazing, we left the hotel and walked to the Eiffel tower followed by a long leisurely walk along the Seine towards the Musee d’Orsay, which houses one of my favorite paintings by Renoir.  Unfortunately, it is still on loan in Japan – looks like we’ll need another trip!

After that we went to the famous love lock bridge and got to place our very own lock, something Jason promised we could do on our last trip if we came back when we were married, and now we’re married!

The evening started off great, enjoying dinner at a local restaurant and hanging with the crowds in the street as Paris beat Germany in the Eurocup.  However, the evening took a turn for the dramatic when we were walking back to our hotel and two teens stole my phone right out of my zippered purse.  Luckily all they took was the phone, but I was devastated to lose all of my photos.

Today is our last full day in Paris before heading to Brac, Croatia for a relaxing week on the beach.  Can’t wait!

8 thoughts on “Honeymooning

  1. ellen says:

    Congratulations! Wishing you and Jason much happiness.
    I was in Europe roughly around the same time as you. I flew home probably as you were coming back. I was in Germany and I too had my phone stolen … in Strasbourg, France. I was so sad. Anyhow what a wonderful way to celebrate a great love with a great trip.

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    • Kirsten says:

      Oh no! I’m so sorry about your phone too 😦 I don’t care about the phone so much as the photos that I lost. I hope that you had a great trip otherwise!

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