The turn is now for Paris!
1. Pierre Herme
Doing the line is worth it to get a hold of some of their wonderful macaroons. Their deux-milfeuille is also pretty spectacular!
2. St Germain -Les Deux Magots
I love walking around St Germain, it has some amazing shopping and sitting in Les Deux Magots and people watching is always a great idea
3. Musee d’ Orsay
I love impressionism so for me the Orsay is a must stop for me in Paris ( i have mentioned before that I love Degas so their extensive collection is frosting on the top!)
4. Rue du Fabourg St Honore
The most traditional street in fashion – there is some serious shopping to be done here
Apart from being one of the top restaurants in the city, it is the one with the most memories for me growing up
6. Having Coffee in Cafe de la Paix in front of the Paris Opera
great coffee, beautiful view, who can resist?
8. Galeries LaFayette
Great shopping, with a love their selection.Its is also one of the few places you could go shop on a Sunday! (The Marais is the second)
9. Coffee Eclair and Omelette Fins Herbs at LaDuree
Another Classic Paris Lunch
10. so since I only have one left, I’m going to have to tie it up in The Food! some of my favorite restaurants: L’Atelier d Joel Roubouchon, Au Pied du Cochon, Georges at the Centre Pompidou & L’Entrecote
Is salivating meeee.
And great memories.
Couldn’t agree more!
For eating, you should also go to L’Allard. So good!