May 06, 2016 Le Food Trip's "Tasting Passport" is a uniquely delicious way to explore Paris! Share Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps 67 comments
Love the moody colours. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas, Gwan! I hope that Santa is good to you this year - maybe there'll be a sexy Frenchman in your stocking!Delete
Ahaha, I do love a man in stockings ;)Delete
I love your sense of humor, Gwan. Thanks for the laugh-out-loud moment this morning!Delete
Dear Mary Kay, for me it's always a little strange, to hear "Stille Nacht" in another language. To you and your family my best wishes - SanneReplyDelete
I've always enjoyed the German version of "Silent Night" because I grew up listening to a Vienna Boys Choir recording of it.Delete
Best wishes for a very Merry Christmas in Vienna!
Joyeux Noel Mary Kay,ReplyDelete
Once again, thank you for your wonderful posts!
Merci, Priscilla. Joyeux Noël to you!Delete
There's that bridge again--that's the third question I missed in the quiz earlier this week. It's name. This one is so full.ReplyDelete
And I'm so surprised by the schmaltzy card selection in the video, but I shouldn't be critical. Okay, it's nearly Christmas.
Merriest and happy.
The bridge in the photo is the Pont de l'Archevêché. The quiz asked about the Passerelle Simone-de-Beauvoir.Delete
My apologies for the schmaltzy card selection. I picked that video because it has the lyrics for Silent NIght in French.
Such lovely photos of Notre Dame, and I loved the Silent Night video too!ReplyDelete
Wishing you a wonderful Christmas!
Karene in California
Thank you, Karene. I hope that you're having a wonderful Christmas in California!Delete
Lovely post MK. Enjoyed the carol, which made me feel quite Christmasey (not so easy in 25C heat). Merry Christmas to you and your family.ReplyDelete
PS Notre Dame looks like the hunchback would be around...
Merry Christmas, Iris! The sun is shining in Paris today but I don't think that the temperature will reach 25C!Delete
Sigh!.....lovely to get me in the mood. I will soon be looking at the real thing.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and your family. Thanks for all your posts and friendship.
Merry Christmas, Denise! I hope that you enjoy your holiday trip to Paris with "the man who can suddenly do no wrong"! Thanks for your friendship - I've truly enjoyed getting to know you both in real life and via your blog.Delete
My God, you have Dalida in this post, on top of that! Merry Christmas to you enjoy this family moment. Always more precious than... say... a wallet! ;-)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Eric. Stephane and I are really thankful to have our kids with us -- and the wallet was returned to me yesterday. Talk about a very merry Christmas! Best wishes to Michael and you!Delete
gorgeous photos as usual Have a wonderful Christmas!!ReplyDelete
Merci and best wishes for a wonderful Christmas, Rosemary!Delete
Gorgeous pictures, pure magic!ReplyDelete
I didn't comment on your previous post about your stolen wallet but I hope it hasn't been much trouble.
Happy Holidays MK, enjoy your family in that beautiful city!
Thanks, Sylvia! I hope that you're having a very happy holiday with your family in FL! My wallet was returned to me yesterday so all's well in Paris.Delete
Nice! That is a great Xmas giftDelete
This type of photography is very similar to that of documentary photography. This include the photography of the events are happening right now and then it is informed to the whole world.country family photographyReplyDelete