It makes me so sad to see what's happened
to some of the gravesites at Paris's
most famous cemetery, Père Lachaise.
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Saturday, July 1, 2017
Thursday, June 1, 2017
Monday, May 1, 2017
A detail from one of the thousands
of family crypts in Paris's
most famous cemetery, final resting
place of Abelard and Héloise
(together at last), Colette, Chopin,
Stéphane Grapelli, Molière . . . and a few
people I actually knew.
[Linking back to Blue Monday at Magical
Mystery Teacher and to Macro Monday.]
Saturday, April 1, 2017
A runner in the Parc des Buttes Chaumont,
which looked like this before the
far-sighted Baron Haussmann decided that
the people of the newly annexed
19th and 20th arrondissements needed
a beautiful green space.
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Wednesday, March 1, 2017
These belong to one of Martin Desjardins'
Four Captives (this one is Holland),
who've been in chains since 1715.
Find them in the Cour Marly et Puget,
in the Louvre.
[Linking back to ABC Wednesday:
H is for "hands."]
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
This is un "merveilleux," my fave dessert
at my fave Paris restaurant. The
restaurant is Circonstances, and this
concoction of silky crème Chantilly, crunchy
bits of meringue, and sweet/salty caramel
is indeed marvelous.
[Linking back to ABC Wednesday,
where the letter this week is D.]
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
Looking up rue Montmartre, with the
church of Saint-Eustache on the left:
This lively neighborhood now includes the
new and improved Forum des Halles, and you can
still find everything yummy—from snails at
l'Escargot Montorgeuil (founded in 1832) to baba
au rhum at Stohrer, Paris's oldest patisserie (there since
1730)—on the market street of rue Montorgeuil.
[Linking back to Ruby Tuesday and Our World Tuesday.]