Day 7



I know I said I would try to post as we go, but wow, it's hard. We're in Brussels now and I've eaten my weight in cheese at this point. We left Paris yesterday morning, a few days after our luck finding good coffee ran out. Instant coffee yesterday and day old coffee in a water bottle the day before. (We made up for it in cheese.)







I'm afraid that I'll be sorting Paris pictures and plotting Paris posts until Amsterdam and maybe even when we get home. The list of amazing places and people is unending. The catacombs, versailles, le petit trianon, random barber shops and flea markets etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. Overwhelming, really. These are the kinds of problems to have in life, non?

21 comments:

  1. I'm especially fond of that last picture. It's simple and beautiful. I hope you continue to thoroughly enjoy your trip. :)

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  2. Blech, the instant coffee here is the worst. Not that it's much better in America, but..

    Since you've eaten your weight in cheese, I'm going to live vicariously through you - no cheese (or dairy) for me. What's a girl to do in Paris?

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  3. Oui.

    Beautiful, stinky cheese!

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  4. I'm not trying to be a jerk, but excreta means feces. I think you meant etcetera.

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  5. Ha. Ever seen the amount of dog excreta on the streets of Paris?

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  6. Oh, this trip looks so amazing! I'm enjoying following you and can't wait to see more beautiful pictures later on.

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  7. I love how you see Paris, can't wait to see more!

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  8. ...With all the cheese consumption one gets the feeling we're soon to see a post on the loos of Paris, no? *giggle* ;o)

    ...Love the last photo too - so serene and romantic... :o) And the photo of the door is just stunning!

    ...Have fun and blessings too...

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  9. i think you are right, that is the perfect problem to have in life!
    it sounds like you're having an amazing time.

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  10. l love cheese , Parius and Brussels. Used to go there alot when we lived in Luxembourgh a few years ago now. We were in Paris a month or so ago. It is interesting to see how pther people see the places that you have been to and lovexxenjoyxx lynda

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  11. Love the pictures! Keep them coming!!

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  12. I've said it before, and I'll say it again - you're making me want to run away to Paris right now! Keep taking these dreamy pictures!!

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  13. I celebrate the next portal to your adventures. The inviting door with it's exquisite gilded lock. Doesn't it make you wonder what it mysteriously shrouds?

    Also. i love the serene photo of Micha, looking beyond. I spy the new crotched cap from your grandma's vintage yarn. She would approve of your cheese worship, so you must have some of her genes. My genetics make me beg... BUT WHAT ABOUT THE BRUSSELS LACE?!!

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  14. looks like you are having an amazing time
    that photo of the cheese is mouthwatering

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  15. mmmmmm cheeeeeese!!!!
    Have a nice trip!!!!

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  16. Can't wait to hear all about it, I'm celebrating my 40th birthday in paris in the spring so I await your recommendations x

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  17. Oh the cheese! How wonderful! I have just started reading your blog, and it is awesome. Looking forward to hearing more about your journey!

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  18. Thanks for sharing!!! I am going in a year and I can't wait!!! Will write down some of the places you put up!!!

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  19. paris is so amazing :) I hope you're having a blast!!

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  20. just found my way here via My Favourite Colour is Shiny - such lovely pictures!! but I have no idea what you mean by not being able to find good coffee. you're literally traveling in the Land of Cafes!

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  21. J'aime beaucoup ton blog... tes photos me font voyager d'une très belle manière... merci.

    Julia

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