|Best Burrata I've ever had at La Cantine du Troquet|
|Medieval sculptures above a door at the Musée de Cluny|
|King's heads at Cluny Museum|
|La dame à la licorne|
|Detail of medieval stained glass window|
|A dame in front of La dame|
The Musée de Cluny, Cimetière de Montparnasse, Le Marais, Montmartre fabric stores kept us busy over the four days, not counting the evening walk in the neighborhood (charming, authentic 14e arrondissement) where crowded bookstores, hidden gardens, gorgeous algerian barbers and antique shops provided yet more eye candy.
Back in 1980 when I first came to Paris, I was with my roommate and this trip, I enjoyed Paris much the same way I did 35 years earlier, not shopping but walking and talking, seeing and feeling Paris.
I also indulged in desserts, one very sophisticated and pricey, the other, well, judge for yourself:
|From Picard Surgelés: 8 mini-Best panna cotta-framboise|