Bonjour, escapaders! Follow my paw prints to find out how I make my mark at the world-famous Louvre in Paris. Located on the Right Bank, the Louvre is the world’s LARGEST art museum and one of the most popular attractions in Europe. As you may already know, the Louvre is home to Mona Lisa, which is Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece and arguably the best artwork in history. Paris holds a special place in my little Yorkie heart as my very first international escapade; besides phenomenal artwork, it’s known for the beautiful Seine, phenomenal architecture, top-of-the-line food (ARF, lickin’ my chops now!), romantic neighborhoods, and most importantly, being a spectacular dog-friendly city. My tail is wagging to return to one of the most quintessential cities in the world!
Dog travel in Paris: Roger Wellington explores the Louvre
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Markin’ it up,
Roger Wellington a.k.a. The Doob
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