Nick and I spent our Fourth of July weekend in Paris, France, wandering historic streets, taking pictures of gold-gilded doms and gates, and seeing some of Paris’ most famous landmarks (see our pictures, below).
We’re still discovering our travel style as a couple, and this confirmed our suspicions that we aren’t the charter-bus-guided-tour types — we’d rather walk or rent bikes than ride in a bus or car.
We’re also nerdy travelers. We can spent hours in museums or at historic sites trying to understand their context and history.
It was so exciting to see The Eiffel Tower, Montmarte, Notre Dame, and even the Moulin Rouge! And we didn’t take it for granted that we were together this year after spending last Fourth of July separated by a deployment.
I hope that you enjoy these pictures of our trip, and that your Fourth of July was filled with friends, family, and whatever else makes the holiday feel special for you.
What’s your family’s travel style?
Did you travel for the Fourth of July holiday?
Have you been to Paris?
Would you rather travel on your own or with a tour guide?
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