Friday, July 17, 2009

If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast!

129 Rue Vieille Du Temple. Our terrace is the top one with the flowers.

Time slips away in Paris. The nightly strolls, the baguette eating, the wine, the dining and the feeling of never getting enough of Le Marais. Amanda and I live in the best neighborhood in all of Paris. Our building is one of the few with graffiti, which reminds us that despite the yuppy expensive shops that surround us, there is still some edge in between the streets.

While I am work Amanda gets the grand tour of Paris and Le Marais. Museums, slow gourmet breakfasts and the thrill of being able to make reservations for us in French at our favorites restaurants. Two blocks from us is the Picasso Museum (pictured on the right). Three blocks from us we finally found our favorite patisserie recommended by friends of a friend.

Today, we enjoyed a pain aux chocolate, a cheese roll, a pistachio & apricot roll and of course a baguette! We purchased all of this by 9:30 am. Amanda finished her breakfast on the terrace.

1 comment:

  1. Looks amazing and sounds wonderful. Enjoy!