Day 4 or 5 (who's counting?)


Oh friends. It's so sad. Tonight is our last night in Paris proper (tomorrow we go to visit friends outside of the city). I'm beyond exhausted and am currently nursing a terrible cold. Self medicating with cheese and rare steak has done me no favors.

I've spent the better part of the night consulting my trusted physician Dr. Web. Md. about the causes of stabbing knee pain. Sigh. All in the name of paris.











The chandelier and stairs are from l'opera garnier, the dishes are from Astier de Villatte and the candles are from notre dame. I can't even describe to you how wonderful our week has been so far. Okay, I'll try. Transplendent.

18 comments:

  1. that word is hardly used often enough! glad you are having such fun!

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  2. Thanks for sharing!! I always feel nice after looking at your pictures!!! Good Day!

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  3. Ouuuu LaLaaaaa!
    Merci for sharing those seductive, sensory delights back to your adoring fan club. If i promise to pray really hard to the cathedral candles, may i have that ornate ceiling... you can have all the coconut macaroons you want. Pretty please?! My sinus are sniffling along with you, or maybe it's because of me crying...With joy for you and jealousy for me!

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  4. I love the Paris Opera House... seeing the ballet there is on my bucket list! Your pics are great, they really capture the mood. Thanks for sharing! Did you see anything at the Opera House?

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  5. Sorry to hear you're not feeling well! But I've been enjoying your fantastic pics!

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  6. Notre Dame was beyond beautiful!

    Enjoy your last night :)

    Have a little steak frites for me.

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  7. oy vey! i once had debilitating cramps that wiped out an entire day of paris. i was so bummed, but probably not as bummed as lisa who stayed in the hotel to take care of me.

    feel better :( i'll visualize healing energy! can't misch work some magical massage on you to snap you back into shape?!

    keep up the photos! i lurve them!

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  8. I'm so glad you take time to make us travel with you, I'm always happy to see new beautiful, interesting pictures here. Hope you get better quickly! (Maybe you could light a few extra candles at Notre-Dame for your cold?)

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  9. oh wait, did you have a change to go to st ouen? or did anyone send you this link... http://www.parispuces.com/en/historique/Default.htm

    all parisian flea markets. gogogogogo!

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  10. Amy! your pictures are so beautiful! I'm so glad to be traveling with such a photojournalist...

    still groggy from waking up... where am I? I look at your photos... oh yea, I'm here! I'm here! this is really what it's like...

    I'm so happy to have your photos as a permanent portal back to his moment.

    Love you.

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  11. I like your collection of photos. the second one is just stunninng! Mysterious...

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  12. Paris is worth the pain, n'est-ce pas?! Please keep taking gorgeous snapshots and sharing.

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  13. oh, enjoy your last night in paris! how lucky you are

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  14. wow those arfe so beautiful.you are lucky you can see those places in person.

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  15. So so so gorgeous. I wished I had a million $$ in Astier de Villatte. The whole neighborhood, really - all those tiny antique jewelry shops? Sigh. Enjoy Brussels! Has anyone recommended the Victor Horta Museum? http://www.hortamuseum.be/ a must see!

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  16. Merci pour le partage de vous yeux les esprits. By the looks of it youre having a magikal time. Au revoir Paris and onto next chapter. Hurry home Ive got lots of hugs and kisses awaiting...

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