|Watching the crrrazy (we are talking insanity) French drivers below.|
|Steps. Two hundred eighty of them. Burn baby, burn.|
|Loved the flag. Also enjoyed the "tribute" and explanations for|
the unknown soldier(s).
|Pressing forward on my camera-happy streak with only a couple days left.|
|Returning to Laduree. AKA the most delicious bakery in Paris right on the|
Champs Elysees. Mother (to say the least) has a definite liking of the place.
|Macaroon central. Chocolate wins for number one.|
|Just all of Paris getting ready to welcome the Chinese Prime Minister.|
|Stoked to support the motherland.|
|Someone tell me why I love this picture so much?|
|Musee d'Orsay. Thoroughly enjoyed a completely different selection of art.|
Thoroughly enjoyed taking a nap on the cement benches with Mother. Also
enjoyed the nice little cafe below.
|Have I forgotten to mention that the hot chocolate in Europe is a completely|
different beverage?? Delicious. Creamy. Strong. Dark. Low-Calorie (baha).
|Versailles. Picked the perfect day to see the chateau and grounds. Oh the|
grounds . . . More like the small village. This place was LARGE.
|Soaking it up.|
|Inside one of the "summer home" palaces. These peeps . . . definitely weren't|
shy when it came to over indulging.
|And even though this photo turned out gorgeous as well... the pictures don't|
come close to doing it justice.
|Trying to figure out what I could re-wear for the fifth time. We also enjoyed|
Europe's definition of a "Queen" bed: two twins, side by side.
|Can't leave Paris without passing through the Louvre. We picked a good|
day for it anywho (rainy).
|Sisters? Friends? Co-workers? Beats me.|
|We took our concierge's recommendation and visited Angelina. Rumored |
to have the best hot chocolate in the world. Also has been up and running
since 1903. To say the least: de-li-cious.
|As quoted from one of my favorite childhood movies: "Together in Paris."|