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Macarons On Eiffel Tower, Paris

THE CHILLING WIND ON TOP OF THE EIFFEL TOWER CONTINUED... I was kind of shivering, maybe more so because I was in the sitting position for too long.  If I could only walk, it might not be too cold for me... Aaron quickly pushed me back to the closed area, away from the cold weather and I was indeed more comfortable inside closed doors....
And furthermore, something beautiful caught my eyes.... 
PARIS!
Made of Macarons... 
Hey, I love these!!
Can buy some for me??
See... so many flavours... which to choose???
I let my friend decide!
She ended up buying one from each flavour... Love her so!!
READY.. GO!
Yes, we tried them all... eight flavors.... 
One macaroon to be shared by three...
Expensive ma... so got to share... 
hahahaaa...

Comments

  1. Lucky mama, you. Have fun trying out macaroons.

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  2. How expensive? How much in ringgit...each? Lovely works of art, love that macaron Eiffel Tower.

    Btw, they're macarons...
    http://www.popsugar.com/food/Macarons-vs-Macaroons-8038818

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    1. Some say macarons.. macaroons.. hahaha... as long as one understands...

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    2. Expensive to convert.. just close eyes and eat'''...

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  3. I love the macaron Eiffel Tower, very creative. 8 flavours?...is it sweet?

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    1. Yes, sweet and filled with different fillings...

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  4. I like the tower. So creative.

    Expensive or not, must try macaroons in France. Different from any other places.

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    1. Yes, if see the price and convert, sure wont buy.... haahaa...

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  5. So cute the macaron Eiffel Tower! I will be like your friend, must buy all the flavour to try ha ha!

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    1. How often we eat... so close our eyes and buy la! hahahaa

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  6. They are very creative to use Macaron to made the Eiffel Tower and the word Paris...

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  7. I still haven't eaten any macarons because I am very kiam siap hah..hah..

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  8. Wah, so nice of your friend to buy all the flavours so which flavour did you like best?

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