We began at ONT (Ontario, California), flying First Class/Business Class to DFW (Dallas), to JFK (New York), and to CDG (Paris). We booked via points, so our cost was 57,500 points plus $11.20 (per person).
We transferred from JFK to LGA in New York, and then flew to CDG on American Airline’s 767-300.
After touching down in Paris, it was time for one of my favorite things: a French ham sandwich. The bread, which only consists of four ingredients (water, flour, yeast, and salt), always seems to taste better in France.
Then we went for a walk. We walked by The Louvre.
We strolled through cobble-stoned streets and over bridges.
We walked through the Red Light District.
We waited for our food tour to begin.
We soon met up with our food-tour guide. He took us on a gastronomic safari. Here are some of the highlights:
We finally made our way down to a wine cellar, where we broke bread with new friends and enjoyed a variety of cheeses, meats, and tasty beverages.
And then it was time to Uber to our hotel. On the way we saw a familiar sight.
Hotel: Holiday Inn Paris—Auteuil
Food Tour: Secret Food Tours
Airport Transportation: Royal Transfer