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Posted by on March 7, 2012

Now I am not sure how most people approach itinerary planning but we took an approach that might be different to some. We became aware of a website that outlined best pastries and patisseries in and around Paris:

delicious no-calorie snacksWe decided that there were some seriously delicious things we should try, and noticed that the most favoured patisseries were scattered strategically around Paris and so hatched a plan … starting at a Patisserie for breakfast, make a pilgrimage to another and inbetween see those pesky “must sees” like The Eiffel Tower, The Louvre, Centre Pompidou ¬†and so on.

Jo and I both love food – interestingly, when we travel that is often the first thing we research … what is good to eat. Paris offers a plethora of gastronomic opportunities – fortunately we are walking everywhere else we will end up the size of a house but we are determined to get a “taste” of Paris as best we can. What could possibly go wrong with that sort of logic?

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