(I feel like I'm being too meta here, but whatever, I'm an English and psychology double-major, do you really expect anything else from me? Anyway, I don't want to make this into a lengthy exploration of what it's like to be in Paris, because I did that already (and, knowing myself, will doubtlessly do again).
For now, here are some pictures of Montmartre. You may recognize this area as the setting of Amélie, which has been one of my favorite films since I first saw it when I was 10 or 11. The actual Montmartre is just as beautiful and charming as the one captured on film, and it was incredible to be able to walk the streets of a place I only loved on screen. I didn't get to see the famous café from the film, but rest assured, I am definitely revisiting Montmartre. There is so much left to explore there, and so far it has been one of the most entertaining, alluring, and charming places in Paris.
Confetti remnants of a parade