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September 25, 2005


Dry or not, those all look amazing. I cannot help but sigh at the thought of a good boulangerie or patisserie. I'll admit, my heart lies with the former, but I would never scorn the sweet treats of the latter.

I've been to that shop a few times when in London, just to drool at their display!!! Glad to hear you're enjoying your UK adventure!

Hi Tara, it was all delicious. We were snacking in style compared to the other passengers on our busride to Glasgow a few weeks back.

Hi Pille,
Their displays are truly drool-worthy. I had a croissant at one of their shops in Paris, Mmmm.

Last night my wife and I were celebrating our anniversary in London. On our way home we impulsively stopped off at Paul's and bought the most delicious hot chocolate ever. Really thick and rich. We also bought some palmiers to dunk into too. Now that has got to be the most indulgent combination ever! Magnificent!

Hi Patisserie Lover,
After reading your comment I have been kicking myself for not trying their palmiers. . I almost ordered a few but I already had so much in the bag. If only I could try it all. . . It is a fantastic place though. It sounds like you and your wife had a great snack. Happy anniversary to you both!

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