Je t’aime Paris. La Seine River, museums, art, monuments and overall ambiance. The locks, the cobbles, croque madames, cafes and seafood were lovely too.
It was a complete indulgence to observe the Parisian attitude and philosophy of relaxation in its various forms. The pace made us less frenetic and the city forced us to taking Paris. As we wandered along La Seine, I would hum Carla Bruni’s version of You Belong To Me.
We spent several hours at the outdoor cafes and indoor tea salons. We had a loose schedule, but let the day and the city decide what would happen next. What about all luscious the pate, crispy crepes, stinky and cremay cheese, crusty baguettes, shortbread and fruit tartelettes and flakey croissants we consumed? Mais oui.