An Adventurous trip to Paris, France🇫🇷
Melkon Kegham will take the lead and plan your journey for you. Just sit back and enjoy the adventure.
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Arc de Triomphe
At the end of our work day, we would visit the famous "Arc de Triomphe" which commemorates the victory in the revolutionary and Napoleonic wars. Afterwards, we would be walking in Champs-Élysées (Avenue des Champs-Élysées) and look for a nice cafe or bistro to have dinner outside of the apartment and casually hang out getting to know more about each other on our very first day together🤩 We can also go back to the apartment, crack open a good bottle of wine🍷 and play some card games🃏 (Such as Cards Against Humanity) since we would be working the following day😁
Picture this! Going to the Eiffel Tower and the only way to go is to get to the very top😲 What an amazing view of all of Paris😍. Hopefully we would get to witness the light show they have for every 100th person who buys a ticket.
Can you say you have been to Paris and you haven't been to the famous Moulin Rouge cabaret show💃 This place was made famous thanks to the movie that came out in the early 2000s. We would be going there on a Friday late night show which features the 2 hour show and champagne🍾
Palace of Versailles
We would be visiting the whole estate which includes the palace🏰, the park🏞, the Estate of Trianon, and the Gardens🍃. The palace started off in the 17th century as a hunting lounge which then turned into a place of power. In the 19th century, it turned into a museum, a history of France🇫🇷. The garden area features fountains⛲️ with statues, parterres and paths, and the groves! Picture being in the Estate of Trianon, having a walk in the beautiful english gardens.
Stadium Tour PSG Experience
Are you a football fan⚽️? Experience the place of the heroes of Paris Saint-Germain, the top of the stands, the subs’ bench, the VIP boxes, the conference room, including the mixed zone, the changing room, the Presidential box and the amazing trophy wall🏆 The "Parc des Princes" for an immersive, fun, unique visit. This stadium is now home to the very famous Leo Messi who joined the Paris St. Germain F.C. team recently!
Located in the heart of Paris and home to many artworks throughout the ages including the famous Mona Lisa and her mysterious smile😊. After being a royal palace for 2 centuries, it was opened to the public as a museum by the french revolutionary government. Inside, you would find over 11 thousand years worth of artworks representing the human civilization and culture!
Be our Guest, be our Guest! Why not visit Disneyland when in Paris and be transported to a more simpler time filled with magic🧞♂️ and wonder? Attractions, shows and parades all around you would immerse you into the magical land! Hold on to your hats folks as we take a ride on the Big Mountain! A runaway train🚂 throughout the haunted mountain would surely rattle us up now, will it?... But wait, into the rabbit🐇 hole we go with Alice's Curious Labyrinth, will we run into the Mad Hatter🎩 or the Red Queen👸? Let's go to find out!
Inspired by the Boboli Gardens in Florence, Luxembourg Gardens (Jardin du Luxembourg) were created by the initiative of Queen Marie de Medici in 1612. These gardens are split between english🇬🇧 and french🇫🇷 gardens separated by a pond and a forest! The garden has 106 statues🗿 throughout the park, the monumental Medici fountain⛲, the Orangerie and the Pavillon Davioud.
Catacombs of Paris
"Arrête ! C'est ici l'empire de la mort" carved at the entrance which translate to "Stop! this is the Empire of Death💀". The history of the catacombs started in the 18th century and in 1809, they were opened to the public and have aroused curiosity since. In the late 18th century, major health problems tied to having cemeteries in the city pushed the idea of having underground, easily accessible site. Evacuations of the largest cemetery in Paris, the Saints-Innocents cemetery, started from 1785 to 1787. What's fascinating about this site is the architecture and the layout of the bones on the walls, in the shape of a giant urn and more!
24 years old
Hello! My name is Melkon and i'm an Armenian🇦🇲 living in Beirut, Lebanon🇱🇧. I love to explore the country when I travel, going to famous monuments and attractions, having a drink at their local pub while listening to good music with friends. In Lebanon, my friends always refer to me whenever they want to go out and have a very enjoyable experience, they especially ask for my advice on where to get great food (yes! I am a foodie😋). I love swimming🏊, dancing🕺 and cycling🚴! Looking to meet new and exciting people that I can share a great experience while traveling to new countries.Profile description: Hello! My name is Melkon and i'm an Armenian🇦🇲 living in Beirut, Lebanon🇱🇧. I love to explore the country when I travel, going to famous monuments and attractions, having a drink at their local pub while listening to good music with friends. In Lebanon, my friends always refer to me whenever they want to go out and have a very enjoyable experience, they especially ask for my advice on where to get great food (yes! I am a foodie😋). I love swimming🏊, dancing🕺 and cycling🚴! Looking to meet new and exciting people that I can share a great experience while traveling to new countries.
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5 days tripArc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower & 7 more
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