My bohemian days in Paris — saw this line written on a book cover a while ago, before I had even knew I was going to move to Lyon. For some reason it made me put Paris on the top of my future destinations, which now that I think of is kind of ironic since Geneva came before this trip and wasn't in the plan at all. I knew that living in Lyon for some time would give me the holy grail opportunity to discover more of France and learn about the french culture from the inside, so what better place to search for cultural references other than at the core?
Now I'm not gonna fill your head with how breathtaking the streets are, how history floats in the air of every iconic spot, how local's routines are fascinating to look at and how faced with the greatness of the city, time is withdrawing, clinging to a corner of consciousness and leaving you no other option than to ask yourself countless questions. Nope, instead I'm going to say that the Palace of Versailles is a real-life fairy tale place that stores more opulence than I've ever seen and that it was by far my favorite part of the trip. My only regret is that we couldn't stay longer than two days and that didn't allow us to see half of the things that we wanted to (I'm pretty sure two weeks would've worked). Also, I found out a very cheap and fast way to get from Lyon to Paris and the other way around, so if you need the tip just let me know.
The only thought that comforts me is that the city is too mesmerizing not to explore pieces of it with people you care about the most, so I'll be back soon to complete the bucket list. Until the next time, the few pictures down below are part of an outfit diary, but they still bear the essence of what I've just related. :)