TRAVEL / Saturday at the Seine

What a lovely Saturday it was in Paris. True enough, the city is enveloped with a tender chill in the air creating a very Christmas-y festive vibe. Afterall, Christmas should be and is everyday. Our highlight was the Point Alexander where the gold ornate statues and sculptures raised the bar of what truly Paris is. Paris is , indeed, a world because there's nothing like it. There are countries yet to be discovered but I can say that the character , culture and the branding itself is very distinct.  We saw families and throngs of happy tourists enjoying the sunny day. A far cry of what we were feeling that time because we were happy but at the same time me and Larrend felt like we were alone. How nice it would be as well to have a big family in the holiday but for now it's just us which I don't really mind but during travels , you're not always going to be happy and excited.

There are down times too and that morning was it.  The Seine river was lovely and yet it reminded me of inner sadness.   Still,  I can say that this riptide of emotions are brought upon by being in the beauty of all of this. 

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