From Amy Thomas, author of Paris, My Sweet. A love affair with Paris, New York, sweets and, now, a little girl named Parker.
I know what you mean. The photos are wonderful. They are good to look at and make you feel even worse because you aren't there :)
How beautiful. I'm aching now too! This May marks FOUR YEARS since my first trip, which makes me want to cry!
Two years is WAY too long! You must treat yourself to a little "parenthèse enchantée" in Paris before long!:))
Tuileries I always loved because it is somewhat a real symbol of egality. All the people have access to the palace gardens! I enjoyed nothing more than sitting in those green chairs on a summer's day beside the fountain or under a tree. I always imagined that the people living in the top floor apartments opposite the Louvre/Tuileries to be very lucky, and likely very rich!
Let's all get to Paris very, very soon!
Your pictures take me back there too..
The photos are gorgeous! If it makes you feel any better, we've been suffering from TERRIBLE air pollution in the last week...although hopefully it's on the way out now!
Paris misses you Amy. So do I! xo, Erica
Oh my, I do this, too! I look at our photos from our trip to Paris nearly three years ago and ache and ache. I also live in New York and although it's pretty here in many parts, it just isn't...Paris. Just discovered this blog, I love it!
Bonjour. Can you please tell me where the fence with the locks is and where the blue doors are? Merci!