|walking down champs elysees|
|queueing in front of laduree,|
turns out there were two entrances.
laduree was born in paris,
so for those who are a fan of macarons,
this vintage-y place is a must!
|what we're here for - macarons!|
|seriously, they create art.|
|dainty and oh so pretty|
|rose is my favourite. yumm|
|i think these are charging ports|
|flowers are starting to bloom even though the weather is still cold|
|from far away, hotel des invalides|
|place de la concorde with the egyptian obelisk|
|this square is quite historical.|
i'll give you one fact: this is the place where marie antoinette was beheaded.
|straight line from the arc de triomphe to the place de la concorde|
and through the jardin des tuileries, where you'll find the louvre.
quite a distance to walk though :)
|entrance to the tuileries garden, which i did not explore that day.|
wind was blowing so hard and it was freezing
|the two tall structures|
and the famous fountain
(without water on the day i visited, sad)