nutella crepes, boutiques, tour d’eiffel, pastries, endless art, notre dam, louvre, beautiful ceilings, papeteries, hot chocolate at Angelina’s, people watching, metro strikes, organ concerts, croque monsieurs, lamp posts, scarves….lets go back 🙂
November 17, 2007 (St. Elizabeth’s Day)
Remember three years ago today when we spent the afternoon at the musee d’orsay, then strolled down to monmartre for some shopping, followed by a light evening meal of mozzerella cheese, tomatoes and fabulous bread. We walked up to see the city of light spread out before us at night from the Sacre Coeur and remember that couple who got engaged by candle light on the old stone steps of the church? On the way home two frenchmen offered to show two american girls french kisses (we declined). We may or may not have gotten lost on the way home. It was the first time I’ve ever seen flowers sold from a vending machine. Strolling through the deserted streets of Paris with my best friend on my arm, discussing what we wanted to do with our lives – the endless possibilities – bliss.