I've been so very fortunate to visit Paris on several occasions, but it's the little things that make me cherish this gorgeous city more and more each time.
Tiny, delicate, bell-shaped muguet de bois blossoms are one of the things I adore during May. Thin and graceful, its sweet fragrance is intoxicating. Buying a small bouquet on a residential street corner and giving them to a dear friend is something I look forward to doing each time I visit France. If I have more time, I'd also make a trip to Laduree for their limited edition muguet macarons.
Everyone knows the elegant Place des Vosges, but it's the quieter side streets nearby that make me happy.
On the way to meet a friend at Pont Marie for dinner, I saw this simple yet lovely message.
If you've been to Paris, what are your favorite memories? Is it braving the crowds at the Louvre, sitting at a quaint cafe, or getting lost in the tiny side streets of a quieter arrondissement?
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