A chocolate chandelier at the stunning Hevin chocolate shop. Can you imagine lighting it and having it melt, drip by chocolate drip, into your cup?
The city needs to eat, (more than cake or snicker doodles,) and they set it up with edible style.
Star! Laduree Easter bells are ringing for you. (In France, it is the church bells that bring the Easter eggs, when they ring on Easter morning....not the Easter bunny.)
Cheryl, here is a similar style of metro stop by the Louvre. I hope that will do?
Duchess, these doors open to a secret garden, where there is a hill, and on the top there is an incredible view of Paris just for you!
Vintage French poster reminded me of you Gypsy Purple!
Meredith, (a fellow American friend, living in France,) asked me to show a friend in Paris. Here she is: my friend Marie-Noelle. We shared an umbrella, in the pouring rain. Tommiea the Louvre is in the background.
Angelina's, a romantic old tea house that serves delicious chocolate (the spoon stands up because the hot chocolate is that thick!) This is for my daughter Chelsea and Rhonda my cousin.
French antiques. Anna, why not paint them pink for the casa?
Under the rain, the flowers seem to sing in Paris, "Regina Clare Jane!"
Photos: One of my favorite things to do is to wander through the streets of Paris. No matter where I look, up, down, to the side, anywhere it is a feast for the eyes. I love Paris, it is true!
Let me know what you want to see in Paris, and I'll try to find it. Martina, I am searching for that doggy in the window!
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