Bonjour à tous!

A couple of months ago, Marla from Marla on the Move posted a “Paris Photo Scavenger Hunt,” in which she took photos of the items listed on the Bingo card during her recent trip to the French capital. I found it a lot of fun, and I’ve decided to partake in this scavenger hunt as well (with Marla’s permission, of course. Merci bien!). 🙂

Granted, I haven’t been back to Paris (or France, for that matter) in over two-and-a-half years, so I will be using photos from the previous trips there to see how much I score. C’est parti!

Not bad, honestly!

Stained glass


Week 2 Oeufs, fromages, épinards crêpe at Little Breizh 7-10-14

Street art

The Seine



Week 1 Mac macarons at Gosselin-Philippe (didn't buy 'em) 7-3-14



Sacré Coeur


Mona Lisa



Week 2 Baguettes from Éric Kayser 7-11-14

Eiffel Tower

Week 3 le 14 juillet 7-14-14


Week 3 Café de Flores 7-19-14

Love lock

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Week 1 Fountain at le quartier latin 6-29-14


Week 4 Croissant Iphahan from Pierre Hermé! 7-24-14

French flag

Week 1 L'assemblé nationale 7-1-14

Street market

Week 2 Marché de la Bastille 2 7-6-14




Week 5 Salted caramel and chocolate éclairs from Fauchon

Finding these photos took such a long time, but I would be lying if I didn’t say that such images brought back so much nostalgia…I hope to return to Paris someday– perhaps some time soon! 🙂

— Rebecca

31 thoughts on “Paris Photo Scavenger Hunt

    1. I don’t think I’ve ever encounter a beret (or a person wearing a beret) in Paris, which boggles my mind. I actually have photos of chocolate and wine, but the scavenger hunt didn’t include them!

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      1. I know, the scavenger hunt should include chocolate and wine, don’t you think😍
        I cannot recall where exactly we bought the berets from (and some pretty scarves), it was near one main subway stations.
        Happy Friday!!

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  1. This is such a fun challenge, Rebecca! A well-planned adult scavenger hunt can be just as fun of an event for grown-ups as it is for kids. I know there is even an online platform called GooseChase that helps organizers create and run digital scavenger hunt experiences for team building, learning, public engagement, or a variety of other events. Thanks for sharing and have a good day! Aiva

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    1. What a cool concept! I’ll have to check out that online platform for more inspiration. Scavenger hunts aren’t just limited to kids: even adults can have fun with them! Thanks for reading, Aiva, and have a great weekend. 🙂

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