It's whats for breakfast! Even their food displays are art.
Yes, they eat all that and are still thin! It's all the walking...
And notice the size of the servings - petite! Yum!
Oh I was right there! Oh sweet, sweet memories. I bought caramel pour moi and pistache for Peter I think. Then we all went to the Pantheon. Thanks for these memories Maya. I cherish each and every one now that I"m home. VPS Somehow I had two left and they were all smushed in my camera bag. They were a wonderful treat when I missed my flights!!!
Crap, this is my kind of hell, I get to look but not... touch.
Linda: That is probably part of it too. No big American portions here!V: It was a great time. Sad that it was our last day there together! :-(Cele: That would be blog hell wouldn't it? hah
The Japanese have adopted these, and done well, Pastry shops on every block and in train stations.. I miss that, and one good cup a coffee of the best kind, served in a china cup with a silver spoon. Never a refill, Savor the experience..will you tour Japan next? :)
Sherry: I have to disagree about the coffee (at least over here). I prefer a bigger cup instead of just a shot of espresso!
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