Its easy to fall in love with the South of France when you are taken care of like I was at La Bruyle. While staying in the South I was able to explore the neighbors a bit while taking a walk down the gravel roads. I know the roses are much higher now than during my visit and the garden is full with berries. So many reasons to go back!
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The countdown is officially on and I will be in Paris a week from today! I am thinking about my first day in Paris and what I will do first. I will most likely grab a baguette from one of my favorite boulangeries and walk the streets for hours. Perhaps sit in Montmartre and admire the Parisan rooftops. Whatever I end up doing I plan to make the most of every moment! What would you do first if you were back in Paris?
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There is no shortage of unique beautiful colored doors on the streets of Paris. Here is a collection of blue doors from my walks earlier this year. If you link to my Facebook page you will have a chance to win this set of 4 8×10 prints.
You never know what you are going to find on the streets of Europe. I always try to stay off the main path because its where where you find the classic scenes of European life. I happened to come across this street in Geneva Switzerland that had all different types of doorways and shutters. In front of each of the houses were different bikes. They are all so unique and filled with character. Here are two from the same street.
If you look in the window you can see the lace drawn curtain and the iron detail.
I fell in love with Paris all over again after seeing it in the Winter. It truly is beautiful seeing the architecture amongst the bare trees. I decided to hike to the top of Montmartre early Sunday morning. It was a very cold foggy morning. I found an amazing bakery that I will save for another blog post. The light hitting the buildings early in the morning along with the smoke from the chimneys made it for a picturesque romantic morning.