A Lazy Paris Day under Blue Skies

Bonjour,

Today was our day to share something new with the Bilbros.  They had never been to the Musée Jacquemart-Andre on Boulevard Haussmann.  We love their tearoom for a very French lunch, and the pastry tray from which you can personally make your choice is awesome!  We arrived about 12:30 to find no line!  That’s a first.  Lunch was wonderful as always, and we  left Jim and Peggy to experience the musuem while we walked around a little in hopes of finding a post office. We reconnected an hour later and like we had hoped, they loved the museum.  I’ve written about this museum so many times as its one of our favorites.  Here’s a link where you can find out more:  https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musée_Jacquemart-André. Jim and Peggy both have posted tons of photos on Facebook.  I encourage you to check them out.

The rest of the afternoon, we just strolled, did a little shopping and made our way home around 6pm.  Where does the time go?  The lazy days in Paris are often the best.

Have a lovely evening,

Linda & Bernie

Boulevard Haussmann has exquisite doors and this series was especially nice!

Boulevard Haussmann has exquisite doors and this series was especially nice!

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This is classic Haussmann architecture which reinvented old Paris and made it what it is today.

This is classic Haussmann architecture which reinvented old Paris and made it what it is today.

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This is St. Phillippe du Roule church, first constructed in the 1217.  The current facade with columns was added in 1774.

This is St. Phillippe du Roule church, first constructed in 1217. The current facade with columns was added in 1774.

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Who's that man with the camera?

Who’s that man with the camera?

Oh, it's just Bernie.  Smile!!!

Oh, it’s just Bernie. Smile!!!