We have a French guest staying with us this weekend before heading back to France after finishing up her first year at BYU. There is a lot of French speaking going on here now amongst everyone but myself (the only non-French speaking person here now), which is a lot of fun to witness. I really wish I could fit into her suitcase and jetset to Paris on Tuesday morning; however, I'll be starting personal training that day so I CAN fit into her suitcase next time :). With a rendevous on my mind, today's post's theme will be...you guessed it....Travel to Paris.
The New York Times has a great article today (see Travel section) about Steak Frites in Paris and the ongoing search for the best rendition. Yummy. They also offer up a "Paris Travel Guide" detailing what to do in 36 hours there, where to stay, eat, etc. Also, with the smoking ban in motion, Paris is a much better (and healthier) option these days.
My favorites in Paris:
1. Galeries Lafayette
2. any patisserie
3. Musee Jacquemart-Andre
4. Monoprix for Petit Bateau children's clothing
5. Musee Marmottan
6. La Regalade restaurant
7. Luxembourg Gardens
What are your favorites? I'd love to hear all about them...