Paris is renowned for its delicious cuisine, with world famous specialties such as Foie Gras, Duck Confit, Cheese or pastries.
Parisians love few things more than champagne, but one of those things is the Ladurée macaron.
I visited the legendary Ladurée last week. I was impressed by the tea rooms, which I heard is intimately tied to the history of the Ladurée family. It all began in 1862, when Louis Ernest Ladurée, a miller from the southwest of France, founded a bakery in Paris at 16 rue Royale.
The decoration of the pastry shop was entrusted to Jules Cheret, a famous turn-of-the-century
painter and poster artist.
Paris is truly the city of love, art, and delicacies.
One thing I know, writing and macarons don't match. I couldn't write anything the day after I ate all that sugar!