Friday, April 23, 2010

Paris: Montmartre


Just a few of our photos from a favorite neighborhood...
Either The Husband or The Girl took this one--beautiful!


pretty cool, n'est-ce pas?


wonderful little alleyway


Where "Amélie" worked--Café des Deux Moulins, on rue Lepic!


une carafe d'eau=tap water, a great way to save some euro in Paris

More from Paris, soon!


14 comments:

liza said...

What are the chances that we were in Paris at the same time? We've been home for a week since our trip back...and boy did we do Paris differently! Love your snaps and wish to make it back for the flea markets. Wanna come?

Jennifer said...

Ah, I can't wait to visit Paris. Well, France in general!

Sounds like we have a lot in common...thanks for stopping by! And now I'm itching to dig further into your blog...

RMb said...

amazing photos!!!! ive always wanted to visit paris. thank you for letting me live vicariously through you! :)

reimaginedtreasures.blogspot.com said...

Fun to see your Paris pics...those tomatoes are GORGEOUS!

Heleen said...

Paris.... it's been to long since i walked around in Paris.
Maybe this summer...
Thanks for sharing!

BonjourRomance said...

It looks like you had a fabulous time in Paris, love all your photos. Hope you had good weather, it has been aboslutely gorgeous the past 10 days. Anxious to see more of your trip.
Wishing you a good weekend,
Mimi

vmichelle said...

Those tomatoes are amazing, at first glance I thought they were pumpkins. Just curious, what makes Montmartre your favorite part of Paris?

Relyn said...

OH, yes. That face in the wall is very cool. Actually, all the images are. Now you'll have to excuse me. I'm off to watch Amelie again.

Dragonfly said...

Great pics! Love the tomatoes, so interesting looking :-)

Blondie said...

i like these photos!!! u're a good photographer!!! u know?=) http://lauramito.typepad.com/blog/2010/04/at-the-exhibition-of-flowers-part-1.html

The Hausfrau said...

Thank you all for the kind comments!

Liza--yes, I'd love to hit the flea markets with you!!

Jennifer--we do indeed have a lot in common. I saw your mention of Liberty rain boots--I have the same pair!

Vmichelle, I just think Montmartre has a great "neighborhood" feel--not so big-city--and the streets are quite picturesque. There are many small, cute shops and restaurants.

BonjourRomance--it was a bit chilly while we were there, but otherwise, the weather was very nice!

ohabbyreally said...

Love the signs for the alley way! We had a drink at Amelie's cafe as well on our Amelie inspired day! Lovely photos!

The Hausfrau said...

Cool, Abby! Thank you!

Jaime said...

Those are the most interesting tomatoes..I wonder if they taste as good as they look?
Probably.

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