Pinoy in ParisĀ 

I’ve always been curious as to why so many couples find Paris so romantic!  

Despite the fact I’m still a bachelor, it didn’t stop me from traveling with a couple of other bachelors Sam YG and Mohit, I realized that Paris despite it’s size is very intimate with so many things to do to stimulate your senses. Whether you go as a couple or if your single for sure you won’t get bored.

 The famous street with all the signature shops! People sipping on their espresso / coffee people watching all afternoon. 

 Nightlife was unlike Asia! So many international beauties and very easy to approach and have a conversation with a total stranger. Be at a club or speakeasy no one was rude! 

  

Highly recommend to pay for the hop on hop off bus tour if it’s your first time to see Paris! It’ll give you the tour of the city!  Also purchase it online so it’ll be cheaper but make sure you know where to pick it up! Since Sundays the ticketing offices are closed for some particular tours! I believe only one tour operates on Sunday if I’m not mistaken. So find out when you land in Paris. 

  This is the bridge of Locks where you buy a lock sign it and throw away the key to seal your love forever! #MayForever unfortunately they are boarding the bridge and no longer will we see the love lockdown bridge

French cuisine is one of my favourites! So eating french food all day long was heaven for me! 

 Each meal was fantastic, whether budget meal or 5 star restaurant Paris is the city for dreamers and believers!  It was highly recommended that I eat at Angelina’s 
  

Everybody told us that if you don’t get a Paris pass online you’ll never be able to see the Eiffel Tower due to the forever long lines! The online passes were sold out so we decided to lineup and after 30mins we got our tickets and in the elevator ! Lucky us!! I even proposed to some random girl in the elevator     

  

  

  My advise to traveling solo or with friends , the more the merrier! You can split meals , cabs, and hotel expenses plus photos! So much easier asking your travel buddy to take photos. Plus you’ll enjoy the city so much more!

This is how you walk down a Paris street! Swag x 10 hahahaha ! Mohit said the museum was 5mins away, instead we ended up walking 45mins and still ended up taking the damn bus cause the museum closed by the time we got there!! 

Travel Tip: Also if your traveling use the BPI Airmiles credit card or any BPI credit card ! Lowest foreign conversion when it comes to using your credit card outside the Philippines 1.75% others are 3-3.5% !! 

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