What would you do if tomorrow were the last day of your life? Stop and think about it for a moment. Most people would prefer to be with people they love and tell them how important they are. But maybe others would prefer to buy a ticket for the first flight to a mysterious destination to live his/her last hours in an unknown land. What are you thinking about? I can bet a few of you are dreaming of Paris: the French capital will take you to paradise.
Life is a short, but an exciting adventure. We never think that today might be the last day, and we just live! But this question may allow us to savour every detail of our daily routine. Think about it, what would be the ideal situation or place to die? In the arms of your soul mate, lost in a mountain, on a boat in the blue horizon, or maybe at the highest point of the Eiffel Tower?
Why not climb the 1665 stairs of the “Iron Lady” and see the whole city for last time? You can also visit the Louvre and take a look at all the artworks and then sit on a terrace and watch the people walking while having a drink. Taste a culinary specialty such as snails, a cheese fondue, mussels with chips or a Quiche Lorraine. Drink a glass of red wine or French champagne and then eat a small piece of cake to digest it all. One of the most fascinating and strange visits would be going to the famous Père Lachaise cemetery. It is the largest in Paris, where people like Edith Piaf, Marcel Proust, Molière, Jim Morrison and Oscar Wilde are buried. This is a place where meditation surrounded by nature is more than possible.
Remember the best moments of your life, seek the peace, telling people what you’ve never dared to say, rob a bank, be a kamikaze… All desires are legitimate and you can choose anything. Now that’s what I call a real luxury!
Choose the French capital in your list of cities you have to visit once in your life! The charm and magic of Paris can be a wonderful idea to spend the last day of your life. Rent apartments in Paris and spend unforgettable nights in the city of lights. And of course, Carpe Diem!