w h e a t f i e l d s i n N o r m a n d y
It's been a long time since I've blogged, and to those who've come by and not found me, I do apologize. I hit the ground running as soon as we arrived home, and I've barely had time to look at our photos, let alone edit them. But I will share a few, because I know you all love France, like I do!
We landed in Paris early in the a.m. This was my first shot, from the rooftop of Galeries Layfayette
This year I made a point of finding this rue first. Great street art in Paris, Could be by
Jeff Aerosol, but more likely by Nemo of
Belleville. Rue du Chat-qui-Pêche is
considered the narrowest street in Paris. It
is only 1.80 m wide for the whole of its 29m
I had to make a beeline to my favorite place,
L'Ile St. Louis.
Don't you just love the idea of a little
island right in the middle of the Seine?
And wouldn't you love to buy your fruit here?
Then it was off to the 6ème
and the famous place de St.-Germaine-des-Près
[where supposedly Jean Paul Sartre drafted the philosophy of existentialism]
And just a few doors away
The most adorable Art Nouveau resto, and I hope to eat there on my next trip. But for now, a photo will have to suffice. Have any of you eaten there?