What better to do with your Saturday afternoon, than huddle around a chocolate shop in William Street in Paddington.
'Just William' instantly transports me back to my childhood when maiden aunts gave me books for festive days; books like the Just William series about the English school-boy, William Brown. The first book was published in 1921, being written by Richmal Brown, and illustrated by Thomas Henry. More of a contrast with the Harry Potter series it would be hard to find.
Don't just drool against the glass panes: name your poison. What will you have? Hard centres or soft. Truffles, pralines or ganache. Or maybe you would prefer Turkish Delight, or Rocky Road or chocolate coated licorice. Ah, but how about the 'big daddee' of them all: the Gold Gift box, weighing in at 3.5kgs, containing 225 chockies and making your back pocket lighter to the tune of a mere $500.
Go on! You know you want to.
Today, on A Pied Dans Les Rues de Paris, I feature two Parisian chocolate shops.