Breakfast in Paris was amazing, we ate nothing but fat and carbs everyday, and it was delicious, though not very skin friendly, hence the green tea - for "balance".
We had amazing souffles at the best place for it in Paris, which of course was called; Le Souffle.
We drank wine a lot. And water.
We also went shopping, but only in the area where we stayed, Montmatre, which was amazing. All the stores were French, and all clothes were made and produced in France or Italy, which is what you want when you go to France for shopping I think.
Of course I bought a lot of French pharmacy products..
We did a lot of shopping. Maybe too much, but it's not everyday I'm in Paris!
This was a really cute store that sold nothing but vintage perfume bottles.
We had coffee and creme brulee at Le doux moulin cafe! My favorite movie of all time is Amélie, so you can imagine how stoked I was when I found out that the cafe is real! Also, the writer for the script is a regular that would sit and write in the cafe! I think I screamed when I saw it first.
Me and my travel companion and bestie at Le doux moulin!
We did a free walking tour of the Montmatre area, which I highly recommend! I always try to do one of those tours when I'm in a new place, you get to see so much more than you do on a bus, and you also get lots of insider tips from the guides. This is the backside of Sacré Coeur, so much more beutiful than the front!
We also found a dirty pink wall.
One of the last 2 windmills of Montmatre. Loved walking around, everything was beutifully French bohemian and magical.
Tarts at the oldest bakery in Montmatre.
But mostly I got to spend quality time with my number one girl! This is us goofing around in the midnight streets of Paris, Eiffel tower in the backround.