I can't believe I wrote this three years ago. Now Paris seems like a story I stole from someone else.
It’s just beginning to sink in that this will (probably) be my last year in
I know I’ll get jealous when I hear about friends visiting my
Although I would love to carry on blogging long after I’ve swapped the grand avenues of Paris for the smoky chaos that is London, I’m not sure anyone will be interested in reading the mundane adventures of a Manc no longer living on the Left Bank; I’m fully expecting my readership to dwindle down to nothing as soon as I say au revoir to the City of Light.
But even if that’s the case, I’ve decided that my blog can be a way for me to leave a little Parisian legacy behind. I’m going to tell you everywhere I love to go and everything I love to do in
, with as much useful information as I can manage. There are so many brilliant Paris guidebooks available that there’s almost no point putting even more information out there, but I can’t resist writing my very own guide to this very special city. In fact, don’t think of it as a guide to Paris , think of it as a guide to: Paris
Now that I've left Paris....
I can't remember when I wrote all that above, but it must have been months ago, before I left France. Nobody needs another guide to Paris, but I can't help writing this in an effort to claim back a little piece of the city I've left behind. This is a guide to My Paris, rather than 'my guide to Paris'. The city will change and move on, but My Paris will stay the same. (Although I'm glossing over all the sinister perverts.)
It looks a bit messy writing everything down on one page, non?
So below are links to my mini guides: