This is probably my favourite Paris post since it is about what I love most: Food!
If I had the time and ability, I'd eat all day long. So Paris was practically heaven for me. We ate and walked and ate and walked and ate. Doesn't it just sound amazing!?
We began each day with a fresh french croissant some orange juice and delicious fruit jam. And there is just this difference between a normal German croissant and this crispy, soft, buttery heaven thing of a french croissant. (Well especially buttery. But it is delicious!!)
Since I don't want to write a post about croissants (I totally could though) let's talk about some locations we visited :)
Le Café du commerce
We discovered this one at our last day but it was my favourite of all time. It is quite hidden not attention-grabbing or anything but don't walk past it. It has this certain special old and used flair, a kind and lively staff and awesome food (and not expensive!).
13, rue Clignancourt 75018 Paris
For the channel look at our pink map.
renter. It is one of those really fancy places (so fancy that I did not dare to take pictures actually...) but an experiences for sure. And I do know what's a hot chocolate now!!
The Cork and Caban
Macarons (not a café but worth to be mentioned!!)