bonjour! here you'll read about my life in Paris with my family, things we like to do, places we like to go and random things that make me happy.
note: un grand merci à Hoppy et Caroline, ainsi qu'à tous les participants pour les rires, les moments de partage, les manipulations sur mon Canon 5D et pour vos encouragements. à très vite j'espère!
the hospitality of Japanese people, from store clerks to waiters and strangers on the street, which was humbling.
heated toilet seats (no kidding).
that although verbal communication was difficult or nonexistent (sometimes we didn't even know what we were eating), I've rarely felt more comfortable in a city I was visiting for the first time.
did I mention food?
some of our favorite places in Tokyo:
Tsubakiya (for coffee and cake)
Sangokuichi (for udon noodles)
Maisen (probably the best donkatsu we've ever had)
Harujuku (for fun shopping and Harajuku crêpes "a fresh-made crêpe rolled into a cone and stuffed mostly with whipped cream and other goodies such as strawberries, chocolate, even whole slices of cheesecake; the more adventurous options including tandori chicken")