Paris: Museums and Sweets

Excited for our day in Paris, we woke up bright and early and took a nice stroll to the Boulangerie.  After hearing me rave and rave non stop about how the baguettes are the most delicious in the world, we stopped off at Le Moulin de La Vierge.  We picked this one because we saw non-stop locals going in and coming out with only baguettes.

The baguettes were sooooooo good. We each had one and then an extra croissant.  Good thing we were going to walk every where today :)
Our first stop after breakfast was Pierre Herme. Yes, more food. Just before we came, we read an article in 7x7 naming this plus as a 'MUST TRY'.  
 We bought about 10 macarons and finished them by the time we got to Musee D'Orsay. Haha. They were delicious.
We passed by Musee L'Armee des Invalides 
before reaching Musee D'Orsay.

After a couple of hours at the museum, we headed out to Champs Elysee. Of course the first thing we go see is LaDuree.  Another patisserie famous for macarons.  

LaDuree or Pierre Herme ? I couldn't decide... 

We ended our perfect day with dinner at Les Cocottes. I can't even begin to describe how delicious that place was.