Two years ago for an anniversary celebration, my husband and I flew to Paris to celebrate. It was our second trip to this beautiful place and we decided to spend four days in Paris and then travel to Bordeaux for some wine tasting.
There are so many beautiful images of The City of Lights, mine just do not do it justice, as most of them were taken from the tour buses that navigate the city.
This beautiful, rather baroque looking interior, was in a restaurant not far from our hotel on the Champs Elysee.
Vintage French and velvet overkill at it's best!
Still, I found it charming.
What made me stop immediately and go inside was that they sold my favourite plant...
Maidenhair ferns... here... in Paris, just like the ones in my garden!!
A tiny little cubby hole of a shop, full of character....look at the stone walls...
and stone, mosaic floor....
I wasn't blogging then, so I don't have many detail pictures, which I surely would have taken!
...and here my obliging husband, at Laduree sipping his beer, while I enjoy my macarons and cafe!
This is my very "pedestrian" approach to Paris. My dear friend Jermaine, from the beautiful blog French Kissed is hosting two trips to Paris this spring. They promise to be exquisite. As she so knowingly admitted, blogging has a way of opening doors for us that we never anticipated. It is up to us to decide which ones we wish to walk through. Simply, the wonderful bonds and friendships which are undeniable through blogging are gifts enough, but when other magic happens for us, let the magic begin!
Please be sure and visit Jermaine at her blog French Kissed for all the delicious details!