Monday, October 9, 2017

Paris 2017


In case you were not following my daily feasts in Paris on instagram, here is a recap.


We saw old friends (Charlotte from Lulu Escapes & Sharon from My French Country Home) and came home with a collection of new friends (as is always the case when we are on vacation!).


We went to our favorite Paris restaurants, L'Avant Comptoir du Marche; Apicius; Buvette in Pigalle.


And tried some new restaurants......La Regalade (fantastic Bistronomy) and Shirvan Cafe Metisse (for great Middle Eastern).


Make a note of them.



A day trip to Champagne was the highlight of our vacance.


We visited Maison Ruinart (my favorite champagne) and some small producers. We took Instants Champagne Tours and I highly recommend Remi & Clement for your trip.



We visited Montmartre which has the best views of the city.....all uphill, and has the best street art in Paris.


Paris is always wonderful, no matter what time of year you go.


There is beauty everywhere you look.


We never tire of it, sort of like New York City.
The more you go, the more you love it.


Thank you for all the nice comments on my instagram and facebook page, I loved taking you along with us this year to Paris.

I am back in the kitchen this week with some new recipes!

xo


6 comments:

Gloria said...

I have followed your Paris posts for the past 10 years......thank you for bringing me along.
It is always a feast for the eyes!

Your instagram feed was delicious!!!!

Gloria

Ciao Chow Linda said...

Welcome home. It's easy to see why you go back to Paris each year. Your photos draw me in and make me wish I were there.

Patsy said...

Absolutely gorgeous pics! I love tagging along with you and Henri to Paris!

Amen Kahwajy said...

Looked forward to your photos every day and your comments. That apartment alone could be an entire series, if not a book.

Anonymous said...

thank you, Stacey! Beautiful synopsis!
Dennee, LA

Carrie said...

Thanks for sharing! Have you ever put together a Paris restaurant/shopping guide based on your recommendations over the years? I would plan my next trip around those recommendations!