Forville Market in Cannes, France

Calling all foodies! This is an invitation to a Gourmet trip to Provence! If you make one foodie trip in France, please go to Cannes! In the historic heart of Cannes is this truly popular and amazing local food and fish market. Since 1934, seasonal products and flowers have been brought into the large covered…

Thursday Doors: Cannes, France

Cannes was a big surprise for me. I thought it would be a large metropolitan city and very busy……..I was totally wrong. Loved the tiny streets, the promenade, the boats!  Here are the beautiful doors from Cannes! With more flowers of course………Enjoy! Here the doors are seen in the motif on the wall…….lights, camera, action……..The…

#InThePink: At The Farmers’ Market in Cannes, France

So for the #InThePink” Challenge today…….. Without a doubt, the best Farmers’ Market was in Cannes, France! More photos to come of this fabulous market! Won’t you join us with your square? Don’t forget though to keep your photo square, and to pingback with #InthePink!

Bormes les Mimosas, France

If I was asked what I liked the most about Bormes les Mimosas, I would answer the light, the color and the flowers!  All the old houses are covered with pink tiles, the streets are lined with flowers and the Mediterranean medieval village, with its castle ruins and ramparts, offers a panoramic view of the…

Six on Saturday: Bormes les Mimosas, France

I’ve been on a cruise in the Mediterranean for three weeks, so my SOS will be featuring gardens in a different village for the next several weeks…………… This is the village of Bormes  des Mimosas, near the the Port of Toulon, in France. It is a favorite spot for artists because of the soft color…

Thursday Doors in Bormes les Mimosas, France

I am back from our three week cruise through the Mediterranean, but I am still playing catch-up on the days and dates. My Thursday Doors from Bormes les Mimosas, France is being posted on Friday, so I’m not toooooo far off. Thank you, Norm, for extending the posting days for gals like me! The first…

#RoofSquares in Rural France

My Roof Featured Photo was taken at the train Station in Paris, but let’s get out of the city and into the small, hilltop village of Séguret, which is one of the villages on the Côtes du Rhône Scenic Loop! Tiny streets here…………… This place, in Chamonix, just needs a little tender care and love….

WeekendCoffeeShare: Hearts, Tarts, Queens and Guillotines

Come in, come in. This morning I am serving coffee with a heart motif and strawberry tarts. It is strange how my mind works…..let me tell you how I got to the hearts and tarts…….. This week I wrote a post about Mardi Gras (let the good times roll)…….how the celebration was started in Europe and…

Christmas Special Writing Prompts: Days 9, 10, 11

Well, I got a little behind this weekend!  I was shopping and watching football, basketball and Season 2 of The Crown, oh my! Got all my runs in too! But, let’s get on to the writing! Oh gee, I would be embarrassed to write a letter to Santa!  It would have to be a more…

Thursday Doors: Saint-Émilion, France

First one big doorway! We have arrived in Bordeaux traveling from the Bay of Biscay down the Gironde River, where there was sometimes only four feet between the ship’s bottom and the river floor. Yikes! Hold your feet up! The drawbridge was very impressive too! Today a group of us are traveling to the village…

Jo’s Monday Walk: Dinan, France

Our ship has docked in Saint Malo, France and I am off on an excursion to Dinan.  After about a half hour drive we arrived in the village square that still allows cars in it and a parked near a statue of a man on a horse…… so we learned all about him first. The…