WARNING: if you cannot tolerate photos of decadent food, stop reading now (I am talking to YOU, Leslie Lawson). You have been warned.
Montmartre (Amelie's neighborhood for fans of that movie) was crazy packed with tourists, so we headed down the hill. There is palace at Place de Concorde that Thomas suggested we see, but the line was 2 hours wait. So headed towards La Madeline. I took him to see the beautiful toilets there, but they appear to be abandoned--so very sad.
We stopped in a patisserie for some chocolate goodness, coffee for me, tea for Thomas and some macarons to share. I chose the flavors: chocolate, raspberry, pistachio, and rose petal.
|A light snack to hold us over until dinner.|
|The stairs in the apartment building.|
|Un tres bon ami--Thomas Ung|
We ended up on what I will now refer to "Rue des creperies." This was a street that one creperie after another.
|the view from my balcony, and this photo doesn't even do it justice.|