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My husband and I spent our honeymoon in Paris. We spent two weeks abroad enjoying the culture and everything that the country had to offer. We visited the Eiffel tower, Champs Elysees, Louvre, and all the other gorgeous landmarks of the city. We also went to restaurant after restaurant trying the best food they could serve. We love eating and since we were in one of the biggest food scenes of the world, we knew we had to try lots of it!
One of our favorite things to enjoy while we were in the city were the sandwiches. Our personal favorites were the Croque Monsieur and Croque Madame. It is a sandwich of ham and cheese with melted cheese over the top and a creamy béchamel sauce over it. The Croque Madame also had a fried egg over it. Yum yum! But my husband’s favorite sandwich was the French Dip sandwich. It had lots of meat, cheese and a light sauce to give it plenty of flavor. It was such a delicious combination of flavors that was served on crusty white baguette. It was so amazing; we knew we would have to look for it back in the states!
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