Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Salon du Thé & Venus



The Musée du Louvre is showcasing the new Greek Salon

Venus de Milo is waiting for you...

French Honey and I were having tea at a new Salon du Thé in Paris called, 
 "Tea by Thé",  (yes, it has the English and French spelling), 2 Place du Palais Royal
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 Fashioned very much like Starbucks, but for tea lovers
It overlooks the north side of the Musée du Louvre, 
under the watchful eye of Miss Milo...




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25 comments:

"All things French" said...

Bonjour Mimi~ I hope Milo can wait a few more months and not leave town before I arrive ~ how special...
~Dianne~

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh good evening my dearest! What a marvelous meeting place....IN PARIS, ACROSS FROM THE LOUVRE, BEING WATCHED BY THE GODDESS OF LOVE HERSELF, in the midst of your BELOVED; you are the queen of magic dearest.....ENJOY EVERY MOMENT...but I don't need to tell you that!

Bisous, Anita

High Heeled Life said...

Oh Mon Ami ... I'm counting the days till my next trip Paris (not till next year), will have to try out your discovery ... XO HHL

My Grama's Soul said...

Hello Mimi....still traveling and e-mails are a little hard to send...but blogger seems to be working....anyway....I so LOVE THE LOUVRE. You could spend weeks or months there and still not see all the is to see.

Xo

Jo

Janet Bernasconi said...

Hi Mimi,

What a wonderful blog you have. It's really nice to meet you. I was in Paris ,but unfortunately back in 1989. It was so beautiful. I hope I can visit again someday soon. I also believe we all need some ooh la la in our lives. I will be back to visit again.
Have a wonderful week,
Hugs,
Janet Bernasconi
Janet's Creative Pillows

The Gossamer Tearoom said...

Dear Mimi,
How fun it is to spend time in the Louvre! And I am very excited to know about the new tearoom! It will go on my list to visit the next time we go!

Wishing you and your honey a beautiful week.

Hugs,

Betty

A Tale of Two Cities said...

I was just there last weekend and did not spot your little tea room. I'll be more alert next time and see if I can find it. Sounds cute!

Debi

Paris Atelier said...

Oh what a dream! I dream of gspending days at the Louvre. I've been countless times for countless hours and haven't even scratched the surface. The history, the ar, the stories. It's endless.
xoxo
Judith~

KaReN EiLeeN said...

Thank you so much for following me. I love your blog and what a romantic you are.... we are planning a trip to Paris summer after next. I am trying to learn some French in the meantime......

Fashion, Art and other fancies said...

Hello Mimi,
I had tea there recently too.
You must have been that chic looking lady with her attractive French honey next to my table;-)

Debby said...

Ahhhh.... you tease me with your life in Paris!! Lucky girl! xo

Barb said...

Hi Mimi,

How romantic. I have added it to my lonnngggg list.

big hugs,
Barb

Zaira said...

Hi Mimi! I'm so sorry I couldn't celebrate the first issue of Belle Inspiration, my pc was broken...grrr... But I'm going to post about it in the next days! It deserves a lot of splendid words and also you my friend!! Check it out....

Bisous xx

Dumbwit Tellher said...

Bonjour Mimi; How was your tea @ "Tea by Thé" with your French hubbie? I can't think of a more fun environment to sip a cup of tea. Hoping all is very well & BelleInspiration.com is going gang-busters? Have a very lovely evening.

xo Deborah

Tilly Rose said...

Hi hun
Do pop over and collect your Tilly Rose award my lovely!
Karen x x x

Bella said...

Sounds lovely!

Haute World said...

Oh, I have to try out that new tea place! That would be such a perfect place now that it's getting colder here!

Jacqueline said...

Tea by The sounds delightful, Mimi. A must when visiting Paris....such a wonderful outlook as well.
Have a great week. XXXX

Lancerika said...

Tea for two and
two for tea in a
*fabulous* location
{sigh}
wish I was there..

Cathy said...

Oh, how wonderful to have tea in the shadow of the Louvre. I've put this on the list for our next visit.

Kristin said...

That sounds like pure bliss!

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

Hello Mimi , this is on my list too, my ever growing list. I will hopefully be back over soon, maybe with my husband, who does want to go to the Louvre.... so you never know. I am sure you and your french hubby had a lovely time take care anne

Eri said...

Hello Mimi, thank you very much for your message! Oh in english is perfect don't worry! I'm loving your blog, I'm finding so beautiful posts. I've been in Paris two times, ma the next I'll study your blog before and your suggestions; I love Louvre and now I know there is a nice Tea Cafè and I love tea!!! See you soon, kiss.
Eri

French Basketeer.com said...

ooohh I want to be there, right now!!!

The Zhush said...

Wow. This place looks amazing!