(Video) First, you need to take off on your flight to Paris. So buckle up and bon chance!
(VR with audio) Welcome to Paris! Have a look around from up here. We'll see more sights when we land.
(VR) Let it play to do it's thing for a quick 1.5 minute overview of Paris. With accordion music because ... Paris.
(Spotify) To keep that Paris accordion feel going. Paris Cafe Ensemble on Spotify
(VR) Have a wander around the gardens, walk down the allees between the trees and see if you can find the guys playing Petanque on the lawn.
(VR) Gaze in wonder at the glass construction of the Réunion des musées nationaux – Grand Palais”, or “Rmn-GP” for short.
(VR) See the views! Built by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 Exposition Universelle to celebrate the 100th year anniversary of the French Revolution.
(Video) Explore the French capital's obsession with food and wine. Getting hungry? Grab a bite from your goody bag - delicious macrons or indulgent chocolates (Noir, Au Lait, Cointreau and Valrhona truffle). Other ideas: Cafe au Lait, hot chocolate, or tisane (herb tea), Perrier, cheese, pate or even French Onion soup! Bon appetit!
(Spotify) Je Suis Swing, an album by Avalon Jazz Band on Spotify
(Video) Walk with a local through his fave streets in the Latin Quarter.
(VR) The jewel in this crown is Monet's Nympheas - wander around and take in the lake and waterlilies through his eyes
(VR) Check out the sculpture and art in this gallery set in a former Gare d'Orsay, a Beaux-Arts railway station built between 1898 and 1900.
(Video) Walk with a French film director in his fave part of Paris.
(VR) Constructed between 1911 and 1913, it was the first example of Art Deco architecture in Paris, a radical departure from the Art Nouveau style,
(VR) A kind of "junk shop" of old film paraphernalia like projectors and such, piled on shelves. Funky.
(Video) Let jazz singer China take you to less classic parts of Paris from the Marais to the Canal de l'Ourcq.
(VR) This will change the pace a bit: This street art gallery was created in 2002 as a kind-of "anti-museum".
(Blog) Travel to Paris without leaving home via Netflix Ratatouille (I have this DVD) Hugo Moulin Rouge (I have this DVD)
(Spotify) Let's cap it off with a spot of Louis and a perennial favourite.