French cuisine (carbs)

Maggie's impulse buy kept us fed for hours.

Our hotel offered a complementary breakfast consisting of freshly squeezed orange juice, chocolate croissants and warm baguettes. It’s a lovely way to start the day.

Then we went to Sacre Coeur, where Maggie impulsively bought a loaf of bread bigger than her head. I helped her eat it.

For lunch, I sat down on the steps of Notre Dame and pulled out a baguette I had stolen from the hotel.

For afternoon snack at Versailles, I consumed a crepe filled with melted chocolate and peeled pears.

For dinner, I decided to be healthy and had white pike with cream sauce…and a serving of crembule.

For nighttime snack, I pulled out travel size packs of Nutella (stolen from breakfast that morning).

From what I can gather, French food consists of carbs and chocolate.

Beautiful.

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One Response to French cuisine (carbs)

  1. Elizabeth Dube says:

    Hi Kamilla, I’m having such a great time following your adventures! What a wonderful time, I’m glad everything is going so well.

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