1. Not later, but now. In France, cappuccino is always sprinkled with chocolate. Maybe this is somehow connected with the fact that the French love to kiss in public. Is it tastier with chocolate on your lips? I remember the situation in evening Paris when two girls and a guy came out of a cafe. At one point, the guy attacked one of them so that Guy de Maupassant and PornHub were resting. At the same time, passersby paid no more attention to them than to a lamppost nearby. The second girl from the three calmly waited for an attack of love of friends on the sidelines. The French do not put off until later what is possible right here and now. Especially love. And this is their first lesson in happiness. I think it is precisely these outbursts of French feelings that set Paris a physically tangible romantic vibe.
2. Not a lot, but a long time. The biggest misconception about the French is that they drink a lot. Although it’s more correct to say - they drink for a long time. Each time I watched them order one glass at a restaurant and sip it all evening or half a day. I managed to drink three glasses during this time, honestly. But the French are in no hurry. He took a nano-sip, told a hundred stories about life, smoked five cigarettes (they really smoke a lot), and then another nano-sip. At the same time, the waiters do not fly over the guests with kites with questions “will you order something else?” Maybe you want to eat? ” No pressure.
3. Terrace or starvation. An apartment without a terrace or balcony for the Frenchman - like a croissant without coffee - a nightmare. Because instead of the tradition of gatherings in the kitchen, they have their own tradition - breakfasts and dinners on the balcony / terrace. Often in the kitchen there is not even room for a table and this does not bother anyone. After all, they still eat in the hall, or in the open. And it's like a daily holiday for no reason.