Breakfast done right.
Patrick Roger’s life size chocolate penguins. I have never seen shop windows like we did in Paris. Really makes NYC seem understated.
Ah, a romantic night on the Seine, bundled up and walking to a concert.
The worst waiter EVER.. it wasn’t clear that he spoke French or English and couldn’t read the menu. Well, we got a can of sardines, so that’s good!
Herme’s Christmas window
This is exactly how I envisioned our time in Paris! Snug in a sexy apartment eating raw cheese and drinking wine. Perfect!
Bon Marche. The Christmas set up was pretty incredible.
The US section at the Bon Marche. POP-TARTS! Can you imagine lusting for them surrounded by all the excellent French pastry?
The Canal St. Martin. I think this would be a fun neighborhood to explore some more.
I would try to get a job here if we lived in Paris.
Such sexy Bakeware at Dehillerin
AAHHHH… talk about walking into heaven. Pastry rings at Dehillerin. Good thing we only packed one carryon, as there was no room for shopping.
I loved that mixed in with the tourist stuff on the Île de la Cité is a bird market.
Saint Chapelle is worth standing in line for. We tried three times before we decided the line was short enough.
Hielard: The best candy I have ever put in my mouth. I need to learn how to make gels.
The night view from the top of the Arc de Triomphe.
Another shot of our fantastic apartment: great location and comfortable but homey, perfect after so much walking to lounge around and drink wine.
Santas longboarding to raise money for orphans is 110% better than stupid Seattle Santarchy.
We are so doing this at our house?
Too sexy for Paris!
Why did I keep going to gardens in December?
A conservatory at the Jardin de Plantes
The Galerie de Botanique was a place with no tourists, but all in French.
The last day = the Louvre
A THREE HOUR WAIT in freezing weather to get into the Louvre! WHAT THE FUCK. Talk to me, I have tips to get you in faster.
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