Christmastime in Paris

The French have a phrase that translates to “licking the windows” … I know how to do this… It’s a fancy term for window shopping… The Parisian shop windows are dressed up extra nice for Christmas… The chocolate shops especially where most of the window licking occurs. There are wreaths & Christmas trees at flower shops, sparkly lights on buildings and small tiny flocked trees inside the cafes and restaurants. I even heard Christmas carols on the Jazz station while we were having lunch. The evenings have been crisp… And so it feels like winter as we walk the crowded streets filled with holiday shoppers.

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