Sunday

Paris: Le Petit Dejeuner






Café, jus d'orange pressé, croissant, beurre, confiture, pain au chocolate. At a sidewalk cafe on a Sunday morning, listening to the bells of Notre Dame. Or, at the Hotel Caron de Beaumarchais, served in your room or on your own petit balcon, from 7 am until noon.

How very civilized. How very delicious. How very French. (all by Georgianna)

36 comments:

  1. You have sold my heart with this blog , your images speak volumes . Beautiful. Just Beautiful.

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  2. Not only do you take us to another place but another time. A time where all is fresh and beautiful. What a delicious post. Thank you! This may be my new favorite.

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  3. Oh my goodness, I have looked at Caron de Beaumarchais SO many times when planning travels, and am now pretty much sold (D tells me that I have to take him to Paris someday, and CdB has just moved to the top of the list!).

    These photographs are beautiful, as usual! My favourite is breakfast on the balcony, how totally wonderful! Le sigh!

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  4. Wow! This is what I call breakfast in all its glory!Beutiful pictures, Georgianna!!!

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  5. Oh my, these are wonderful photos of a lovely breakfast.

    FlowerLady

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  6. So happy to have found your beautiful blog, and I'll add it to my blog list! There was a link on Classiq blog to you and what a lovely gift! I am the artist and creator of the Ooh La Frou Frou Collection card line and it's accompanying blog. The card line features eight illustrated city girls and the blog is pure fantasy about their "lives" in the city. One of the illustrated girls, Aimee, is crazy for Paris. Come drop by if you have the chance ... love to have you!

    Sandy at Ooh La Frou Frou
    http://oohlafroufrou.blogspot.com

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  7. Hi Georgianna,

    Wonderful photographs and would love to be in Paris now, enjoying petit dejeuner.
    Many thanks for showing us your photographs.

    Have a happy week
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  8. You make me wish I was there on the balcony, enjoying breakfast! Thanks for the dreamy getaway :)

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  9. oh my - your scene is just divine. Loving everything and wishing myself back there xx

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  10. Wow! Love the place! Wish I was there listening to the bells of Notre Dame... :)
    Anne, you're right! This is a lovely dreamy getaway. Thanks Georgianna!

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  11. Mmm, what a lovely breakfast and I love the little pots of jam.
    Judith

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  12. My goodness, this all looks divine! What can be more romantic than this? :)
    Ada

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  13. These pictures are incredible! Croissant, please! And a cappuccino on a paris balcony... <3

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  14. Oh how charming! You must have loved sitting there on the balcony watching Paris waking up for yet another day. :) I have the same chairs and table on my balcony (but in black) btw. Thank you for sharing!

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  15. The photos are beautiful! Congratulations .. Come and visit us if you like. kisses

    http://modekraft.blogspot.com/

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  16. Can't start a new day in Paris any better than croissants on the balcony. I've always considered staying at Hotel Caron de Beaumarchais, and now here it is in your photos! Good choice, would you say???

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  17. Thank you, everyone! Debi, the Caron de Beaumarchais is so charming – the rooms are trés petite but very comfortable. The location is fabulous, too. I'd wanted to stay there for years and we loved it. – g

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  18. Good choices!
    http://paquetevistasbien.blogspot.com

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  19. C'est un délice!

    I liked your photos,
    must be a gift of life, take this delicious breakfast watching Paris awake ..

    besos
    eljardindemiduende

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  20. What a charming post, so very French of you ;D I adore your second photo - amazingly photographed, especially the cup, so dreamyyyy :) Thank you so much for sharing!

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  21. Georgianna I owe you. For this blog. Because I have decided that I will go to France. I don't know how, when, but go I will. I cannot die before I see this splendour in person.

    Till now I had only heard how magical it is, but your photographs have given me a taste of how completely beautiful and magnificient it is.
    I must go.

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  22. Love this! Absolutely love it! I cant bring myself to stop commenting!

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