Au Revoir, Paris

Chocolatier, rue de l'Annunciation

Chocolatier, rue de l'Annonciation

Paris

As always, our time here was too short.

The sun shone, we walked for miles, met new friends, and brought the apartment into the modern age with television, high-speed Internet, and WiFi. We even relaxed a bit.

Locals at the Jardin du Luxembourg

Locals at the Jardin du Luxembourg

It’s time to move on and visit with family and friends in other places.

I take heart in knowing the wonderful Parisiens on my blogroll will continue to write, photograph, and share their experiences and impressions of the City of Light.

Au revoir, Paris, until next time – à la prochaine fois.

La Fontaine Bookshop, rue de l'Annonciation

La Fontaine Bookshop, rue de l'Annonciation

5 Responses

  1. Au Revoir, Paris….See you next time hopefully 🙂

    Hope your trip to the Uk goes brilliantly too. Love Anne

  2. Hi Carolyn

    It’s always sad to part but I’m sure that you & Clive will be back. Now that you have comfied & modernized your Parisian apartment, you have to return to enjoy it & Paris.

    I will be more than happy to finally meet you both one day.

    Happy trails and stay safe.

  3. Anne and Barbara, thanks and we’ll definitely have to meet again (and Barbara, for the first time 🙂 )

  4. I enjoyed reading your blog and seeing the photos. I’m going to Paris for the first time in October to study memoir writing.

    I’ve added you to my blogroll.

    Kind regards,
    Lauren Eyles
    idratherbetravelling.wordpress.com

  5. Lauren, welcome and thanks for your comment! Your upcoming trip to Paris sounds fabulous.

    I look forward to reading your blog and hope to see you here again soon.

    Cheers and happy travels.

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