Thanks for dropping by. Looks like he has some choices laid out for him. :D
Mmmmmmmmmmmm macarons!Happy WW.
Yes, I'm thinking about getting some here in Houston for my sister's birthday in a couple of weeks.
Ah, perhaps French men do get fat? Too much Laduree peut etre?Exciting news this week, Laduree is apparently opening a store in Sydney this month. Yippee. Though I'm not sure that I've tried their macarons.
So hard to decide.
One of everything, I think. :-)
«Louis», who once lived in Paris for a time, is happy to see this image which reminds him of his visits to Laudurée...
I wonder if they'd consider opening one here in my little town....
It is one of my biggest regrets that, when visiting Paris, we didn't stop by la Maison Ladurée. It would be difficult not to stop and look at all the yumminess!
Well, the, you simply must go back!
Yes, beautiful and yummy!
He is wearing a jacket. I gather that July in Paris is chilly?
Oh, I wish I could have made my way there when I was in Paris! I can't wait for more of your pictures of Paris!
I love Paris and would go in a heart beat any time!
No words needed to drool at the macarons of Ladurée...I stayed only three skips away from this store in the 6ème on Rue Jacob and Rue Bonaparte... I had to stop every time I passed this window (just HAD to)!Miam-miam!
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