Voulez-vous un café au lait?

Oui, je voudrais un café au lait!

And some eggs.

Maman got an omelette au fromage et jambon.

Et pour Papa, a crepe with egg and ham.

Then we went to the Tuileries! Sadly, no children with boats.

Lots of people lounging, though!

Next, we headed past Place de la Concorde towards the Arc de Triomphe

and THEN we climbed up a few hundred steps to the top! (Papa knows the exact number.)

Sacre Cœur in the distance

Bonjour, Champs-Elysées!

Someday I will move into the apartment with this roof terrace.

Underneath the Arc de Triomphe.

Of course we proceeded to another café afterwards.  Per usual! Wine in a carafe and sandwiches!

We metro-ed to Gare Saint-Lazare to see the site of the Monet painting.

Seeing that was top on John’s list!

Stopping by Fauchon in New York was one of my favorite things as a child; I never thought I would make it to the one in Paris! I didn’t get there the last time I was in Paris, so I was thrilled to go this time.

The Fauchon cafe was super cute; outdoor seating to sip champagne and eat macaroons!

The tourist bus stops at Madeleine, by Fauchon, so we hopped on to try to get somewhere (I forget where.) Turns out the Madeleine stop has two different buses, and we got on the wrong one! Oh well! It was fun anyway. It took us up by Montmartre.

This is for you, Christie!

Sacre Coeur in the distance! Sneak peek!

Almost there! We didn’t stop this day; you’ll have to wait for another post!

Gare du Nord

Gare de l’Est

Yes, there was a man with pipe standing atop Gare de l’Est. Don’t know how he got there.

Au revoir! A bien tot! More pics soon.  Anyone know how to easily type letters with accents etc on a browser?? Let me know!

Have you been to Paris? What was your favorite museum or tourist spot?

Comments

  1. Christie Blatcher says:

    Indiana!! Je suis a Paris! Merci beaucoup Lizzie! J'aime beaucoup vos photos.

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