Honeymooning in Paris, and trying to flesh out our plans (not to mention a wedding registry) with stuff other than restaurants & museums. Ideas?
I have... a friend
... who's getting married this fall, and is planning a honeymoon in Paris, because why not. The plan is to rent an apartment for a month somewhere near the center of town where both of us can work on writing our books, and then spending the rest of the time going out & around, doing cool stuff.
We're putting together a registry through Honeyfund, and we're a little stuck. We're awash in restaurant recommendations (including some generous help from previous posts
), and certainly Museums and the occasional bike tour are covered, but we feel like we're missing stuff. Aside from eating, drinking, people-watching, museuming and getting out of town every once in a while, what other cool or interesting things are there to do in Paris?
We are both lit nerds, but we really feel like we're open to anything.
We're not going until next May, so if we forget something dire there's no massive rush, but I feel like there's a blind spot in our preparations. Also, you know, the registry. People are asking. Ideas?