Notre Dame - at nighttime - so beautiful. One of the amazing things about Paris (and all of Europe, I'm sure) is that you don't get to see things like this in the US - it simply hasn't been around long enough, so getting to see amazing churches and building like this is the best.
Hotel Costes for drinks, and it was one of the coolest places I've ever been. It was so chic, I could die. Fashion week was just finishing up in Paris and you could tell that some of the clientele were maybe models that were there for it, so obviously I fit in perfectly (ha).
Le Grand Colbert on one of the days and it was definitely a French dining experience. We ordered crab with mayonnaise, and as you can see they brought us full crabs on ice. The waiter coached us a little bit on how to go about eating them, and I won't go into great detail but it definitely made for an interesting experience.
Benoit and had oh-my-gosh the best fois gras ever. Truly amazing French cuisine. It was pretty pricy but definitely worth it.
Le Pub Saint-Germain which is apparently one of the more popular bars in the city. It was really fun - great atmosphere and lots of young people.
So that's some of what I got to see around the city. I'll also be posting some of the things that I got to see at the amazing Maison & Objet tradeshow/fair later this week!