Ireland

Ireland

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

The last of France

I thought it would be a good idea to update this blog
after our trip to Brussels and France
for the sole purpose of
not having to update my blog daily while on vacation.

I'll do it after I get home,
is what I thought.

But, it's just not the same doing it 3 weeks after the fact,
Anyway, that was a learning experience.

I will share these last images of the Markets we visted there.
They know how to do markets in France.











Monet's Garden






I found this....eye catching

and this a bit strange,
but not uncommon in many eatery's.

8 comments:

beth said...

wow....my kind of market.....well at least the part with the pastries :)

Marilyn said...

Yes, they do know how to do markets. The produce, oh and the strawberries - yummmm! Monet's garden is a treat any time of the year. I don't mind if it is 3 weeks later, glad you just enjoyed the trip.

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

You have captured the spirit of the market really well, you can feel the energy.

Joey said...

I have market envy. If only our markets were like that...I sense their produce is not bathed in pesticides also.

Jerral Miles said...

These photos may be my favorites of all the beautiful images you've posted after your trip. Wow! Many Thanks... especially for the asparagus and strawberries.

Karen said...

Did you sample one of those delicious lemon tarts?

I love a good farmers market and we have some around here, but none to compare to that beautiful bounty..

And.. gee.. I wonder what caught your eye in particular? :-)

Siyah Cin said...

Boring blog. Really. Believe me. You should change your write type. While I was reading, I bored.

Mark said...

Thank you Siyah