Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Greetings From Paris In Springtime

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Dear Readers,
As many of you know, I exchange my Brooklyn live for a part of each year to return to France, where I spent part of my childhood.  I am hoping that you will come along once again, as I am making my way to my family's old stone farmhouse in the Auvergne region, a lovely part of the country known for its volcanos, its cheese,  and mostly, for its unspoiled countryside.

I have been spending the last two days in Paris, where absolutely everything is in bloom and the sun has been shining since I got here. The City never disappoints. I have been taking long walks, lazy breaks for coffee and cocktails, and leisurely visits to museums like the Jacquemart- André Museum, which is absolutely stunning,

I will  try to post often while I am here in France, but will also include relevant Carroll Gardens/Gowanus happening and news along the way.  I plan on taking loads of photos, which I will also add to my Instagram account here, if you want even more updates.

So, stay in contact, please continue to send me your tips about events back in the neighborhood and I promise to be back in Brooklyn  before you know it.
In the meantime, I hope you come along on this adventure.

4 comments:

EllenB said...

I love following your travels. And who doesn't love Paris in the Spring? I wish I was there, too!

Katia said...

Oh, good. I know people come here for Carroll Gardens news, but am glad that some appreciate the travel photos.

Andrew Porter said...

You always take wonderful photographs. I am truly impressed. You make it look so easy! (And as a semi-pro photographer, I know it is the person, not the equipment.)

I envy you your summers in France...

Jim said...

Been to most of the places you've posted, many times. When we returned to Carroll Gardens I would be depressed for a week. I know CG is home for you but I honestly don't know how you do it.