April 30, 2016

Pack & Plan: Paris & Discount!

The post with everything you need to know about how to pack light with only one small rolling bag for a month in Paris, France.

It's been way too long.

322 days, to be exact.

Granted, I could have planned a trip to Paris earlier this year instead of all the other places I went to instead. But, to me, a weekend in Paris is frustrating. I wanted more time. So, I waited. I waited for the end of my volleyball season to open up my free time and go back to work as an English tutor for a few weeks at the beginning of May and beginning of June.

Now I'll have nearly four weeks of a working holiday with Paris at my doorstep. I've been talking about this trip since the fall, and I cannot wait to delight in all things Parisian once again!

Because of my return to Paris, I am offering a limited time discount through Gumroad on my eBook, Four Years in Paris

Use code "swags2paris" to get your own copy for just $0.99!

Normally, FYIP is priced at $2.99, and it hasn't been priced this low since pre-orders last August. The code is only good until I go back to Germany on June 7th: please spread it around and take advantage of this deal while it lasts!

pack and plan paris france

Pack & Plan: Paris, France


15 days, 14 nights in May; 11 days, 10 nights in June
Transport: plane
Lodging: with friends
Trip type: work holiday


The Pack


Bag: rolling backpack (45cm x 40cm x 25cm)
Tops: 2 shirts, 2 tank tops, 1 long sleeve 
Bottoms: 1 pair of jeans, 1 skirt, 1 pair of shorts, 2 pairs of leggings
Other: 2 dresses, 3 volleyball practice outfits
Outerwear: 1 jacket, 1 sweatshirt, 1 pair of gloves, 1 scarf
Shoes: 1 pair of flip-flops, 1 pair of Nike walking shoes,
1 pair of Toms slip-ons, 1 pair of old volleyball shoes to throw away
Personal items for 5 days


The Plan


Tutor English
Speak French when out and about
Play volleyball with former teammates
Sit at the Eiffel Tower for hours
Eat a pain au chocolat everyday
Musée Marmottan Monet
Musée Galliera
Musée des Arts Décoratifs
Merci Cafe
Louis Vuitton building
Climb Notre Dame
Rue des Thermopyles
La Creperie in Melun with Monique
A French/American Wedding


For more on my Parisian experiences, 
use code "swags2paris" to check out Four Years in Paris!

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