Wordless Wednesday: la rue des Martyrs, Paris






















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51 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: la rue des Martyrs, Paris”

  1. I love the cartoon character on the side of the beans crates.

    Reminds me of Mr. Lowly a la Richard Scarry.

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  2. Love all the colours. Great idea doing the Paris walk like this. Looking forward to walking with you IN PERSON tomorrow and going through some pâtisseries, purely for your blog experiences of course! Fantastique.

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  3. Oh my your photos have made me so very homesick for France! Used to love the fact that everything we ate was seasonal!
    Wonderful photos; I’ll be back!
    KC
    KCintheKitchen

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  4. I dream of visiting and strolling through due de martyrs one day, hopefully not to far away. In the mean, time this virtual stroll wasn’t so bad. 🙂

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  5. The butter with the wire cutter is my favorite because it’s obviously representing such a different picture of the “everyday” than I’m used to. Love the whole set, though. And thanks for again taking me somewhere I’ve never been.

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  6. Good thing this post is Wordless Wednesday, because looking at all these exuberant produce makes me speechless! Seriously Mardi, I want to take that HUGE slab of butter home with me… ;-).

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  7. Your photos have inspired me to go out and buy some fresh vegetables, cheese and a baguette — a snack capped off, of course, with a fruit tart. But I have a feeling that all these things would taste much better if I were in France. 🙂

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