Monday, August 03, 2015

Paris in July Wrap Up - Merci Beaucoup Tamara




I cannot believe how fast July moved and as soon as it began, Paris in July @ Thyme for Tea was over, well that's how it felt. I loved every minute of it and wish it ran for another month. Sadly all good things must come to an end.   

Merci beaucoup Tamara for hosting another fabulous Paris in July. All your hard work makes it so easy and enjoyable for us to participate ... collating posts each week, providing link-ups, visiting and commenting on participant's posts, scheduling your own. Awesome job!! 

And I've had so much fun. The variety of posts ... quirky, fun, serious, mouth-watering, educational, inspirational. Everything from photos, book reviews, recipes, personal experiences and stories, travel tips, music, things to do, places to go. It really has been the next best thing to being there :)

I've just finished 2 French memoir books, unfortunately too late to post reviews for Paris in July. So next year I'll start early & hopefully be more organised with my reading for the event haha  ... 

Here's what I posted over the month:


CHÂTEAU DE VERSAILLE ~ Palace, Grand Trianon, Petit Trianon, Marie Antoinette's estate and lots of photos of the day. 

BOOK LOVER'S PARADISE - SHAKESPEARE AND COMPANY BOOKSHOP ~ love this bookstore and love The Story of Babar the little elephant by Jean de Brunhoff

THE LITTLE PARIS BOOKSHOP by Nina George (audiobook) ~ quirky read about a literary apothecary and his floating bookstore on the Seine

LOVE AFFAIR WITH PARIS ~ Paris really is crack for photographers and foodies


until next year ... au revoire



Paris in July hosted by Tamara @ Thyme for Tea


5 comments:

  1. I loved all of your Paris posts!

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  2. This was truly a great event.

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  3. You posted some really good Paris in July posts - I really enjoyed your variety. See you again next year!

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