What is not to love about Paris?! Everywhere you look there is architectural beauty, impeccably stylish people and their amazing accents and most importantly a Creperie around every corner...What is not to love about a Crepe - how good is a food that can be either savoury or sweet? (the latter being my personal favourite!) Sydney needs more Creperies - in fact that french guy at Fox studios markets needs to open a permanent shop - in Paddington or Woollahra Please!!? (there are enough empty shops on Oxford St and Queen St to choose from!)....Ok on to more serious issues of the integrity of a city...there is one thing not to Love about Paris and that is sadly... it's coffee (yes big issues here people); calling Toby's Estate or Campos or even All Press coffee?? or do we have to leave it up to Bill Granger to add Paris to his empire? Yes Please!

 

I can never tire of looking at these beautiful buildings

 

The stunning Luxembourg gardens - started my day off with a stroll through this beautiful park

 

The Parisians have mastered the art of symmetry to perfection - this is the beautiful government building which forms the backdrop to the gardens

 

The gardens are even complete with Palm Trees - what more could you ask for!?

 

Every garden bed is colour coded - in complimentary colours of course - expect no less of the Parisians!

 

One of the many stunning views that result from the their perfected art of symmetry

 

The Pantheon up close..stunning

 

Not so stunning..i was forced to buy a 'Tall' latte from starbucks as the one i was given at breakfast would make Nescafe taste delicious is comparison

 

The crepes...with my preferred flavour..nutella

 

I then made my way past Notre Dame - was trying to find Les Marais

 

Via a short taxi ride found Les Marais - had to stop and photograph these Bertoia chairs - these chairs look amazing in any era - especially with olive trees by their side!

 

And of course another door stops me in my tracks - love the over growing vine on top..and of course the blue..

 

And of course a little bit of shopping..i can not get enough of the french designers although i think my suitcase has officially reached capacity and we still have NY to conquer!?

 

We then (I met a friend..Saya from London had come over to Paris for a wedding - great timing!) had 'the best falafel's in the world' in a gorgeous park in Les Marais -probably the best meal i have had since arriving in Paris;)

 

What is not to love about Paris?! Everywhere you look there is architectural beauty, impeccably stylish people and their amazing accents and most importantly a Creperie around every corner...What is not to love about a Crepe - how good is a food that can be either savoury or sweet? (the latter being my personal favourite!) Sydney needs more Creperies - in fact that french guy at Fox studios markets needs to open a permanent shop - in Paddington or Woollahra Please!!? (there are enough empty shops on Oxford St and Queen St to choose from!)....Ok on to more serious issues of the integrity of a city...there is one thing not to Love about Paris and that is sadly... it's coffee (yes big issues here people); calling Toby's Estate or Campos or even All Press coffee?? or do we have to leave it up to Bill Granger to add Paris to his empire? Yes Please!

 

I can never tire of looking at these beautiful buildings

 

The stunning Luxembourg gardens - started my day off with a stroll through this beautiful park

 

The Parisians have mastered the art of symmetry to perfection - this is the beautiful government building which forms the backdrop to the gardens

 

The gardens are even complete with Palm Trees - what more could you ask for!?

 

Every garden bed is colour coded - in complimentary colours of course - expect no less of the Parisians!

 

One of the many stunning views that result from the their perfected art of symmetry

 

The Pantheon up close..stunning

 

Not so stunning..i was forced to buy a 'Tall' latte from starbucks as the one i was given at breakfast would make Nescafe taste delicious is comparison

 

The crepes...with my preferred flavour..nutella

 

I then made my way past Notre Dame - was trying to find Les Marais

 

Via a short taxi ride found Les Marais - had to stop and photograph these Bertoia chairs - these chairs look amazing in any era - especially with olive trees by their side!

 

And of course another door stops me in my tracks - love the over growing vine on top..and of course the blue..

 

And of course a little bit of shopping..i can not get enough of the french designers although i think my suitcase has officially reached capacity and we still have NY to conquer!?

 

We then (I met a friend..Saya from London had come over to Paris for a wedding - great timing!) had 'the best falafel's in the world' in a gorgeous park in Les Marais -probably the best meal i have had since arriving in Paris;)