Shopping Paris in 8 hours at Oh Happy Day.
hula seventy: there. If I were a better photographer these are the pictures I would have taken during our stay at the Palm Springs Ace earlier this year. Via Shutterbean.
Rue Montorgueil-Les Halles | David Lebovitz. Restaurant supply stores in Paris.
100 Favorite Dishes: Meatloaf Sandwich at Bakeman’s – Seattle Restaurants and Dining – Voracious.
flora and flying – You cannot make this stuff up: Paris for beginners -Part 1.
· comments  · 05-10-2012 · categories:links · travel ·
Andrea @ The Greenbacks Gal
// May 10, 2012 at 11:12 am
This post made me sad because my husband is in Paris, not me. Then he skyped me and told me he bought me a Mother’s Day present from here: http://latuilealoup.com/ I am sad no more. Anyone who is in Paris – this would be a place to go!
// May 10, 2012 at 10:45 pm
PERFECT TIMING!!!!!!!! I’m planning my first trip to Paris this summer, and you have practically planned my perfect trip!!! Any other tips? I need to revisit your post on cute but stylish walking shoes…
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