Saturday, May 21, 2016

Decadent. Delicious. Deserved..



Do we all deserve something decadently delicious now and then? Remember this! The Shingle Inn is  also where I took these shots last week.. a super spot to people watch on the terraceContraire to how it may seem :) I don't spend all of my time in cafes but when I do and I spot something that appeals I click, how could I resist la petiteTour Eiffel below in La Crepe de Paris just five minutes away at Whitford City, my local shopping centre. What are you up to this weekend? The weather is looking wet and wild here in Perth, I may take the opportunity to do what I've been told and rest my knee, I fear it will never heal if I don't! Bon weekend, take care and stay safe...



27 comments:

  1. A good reflection- and I like that Eiffel Tower!

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  2. there are certainly a good many reflections in that window. Have a lovely weekend.

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  3. Who can resist such a place? Enjoy your weekend!

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  4. Reflections at its best! A miniature Eiffel Tower..too cute.

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  5. Those three words are the best advertising I've ever seen. Who could resist?

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  6. looks a bit fancy for this simple dude.

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  7. We have a few of those mini towers around the place - reminds me of a fun trip!

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  8. Take care of that knee in the rain.

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  9. As Steffe says take care of the knee and have a great weekend.

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  10. It seems a little surreal that I have sat on those very Shingle Inn chairs with you.

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  11. A fascinating network of reflections and the little Eiffel Tower is exquisite.

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  12. Looks like a fun place to eat. Love that Eiffel Tower!

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  13. Apologizing for spending time in a cafe? How silly!

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  14. It's all about the chairs!!

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  15. Well, unless you have renounced the world and taken up monastic vows, go for it.

    It's going to be a gorgeous weekend here. We're planning a day trip to a state park some distance out in our suburbs that contains the remains of what was once the largest native American city in the center of that is now the U.S. In 1250 its population was larger than London.

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  16. That sounds like a nice hotspot to sit and watch people!

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  17. I've got a little model of Tour Eiffel :) Arianna

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  18. I am inspired! Not the most delicious and decadent, but definitely deserved-I think I'll get dressed and shuffle off to the newly opened Farmers Market that I visit whether I need something or not! Hope that you are having a great deal, being decadent!!

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  19. Supposed to say "having a great DAY"; don't you love automatic correction?!

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  20. Everyone deserves something totally delicious. I do love their "3-D" motto. I hope your weekend is just what your knee needed.

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  21. Nice reflections Grace. Something out of the decadent food group is good at times. Enjoy your week end. We've got a day of rain so far and more to come.

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  22. Definitively yes, Grace - what else is life for but enjoy it. And awwwww that Tour Eiffel sure is a cute idea. Hope the resting helps!

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  23. Haha, funny, I just got a petite Tour Eiffel, too - in my calendar!

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  24. Lovely reflections here ...
    Do please take care of your knee.

    All the best Jan

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  25. Lovely reflections here ...
    Do please take care of your knee.

    All the best Jan

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  26. Oh, my goodness...a chocolate Eiffel Tower. That would be heaven for me. I am such a chocoholic.

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