Rue Montorgueil is one of my favourite streets in Paris!
Oooooh, I'm with Vreni. It's the best place for breakfast and food shopping and the atmosphere is wonderful. Plus of course it boasts Stohrer's and who can resist that place?
I love to see that, have a great time my dear, big hugh Kathrinwww.kalosreise.blogspot.com
Everyone needs a refuge. I'm glad these little guys found some flowers and a spot to rest.
A small peaceful corner among the noisy world!..
so very french!
I bought flowers this am to go in our window box and believe it or not, Genie, in the process I was thinking of some of the wonderful Paris and Beyond shots!
Such a delightful capture, Genie, and a wonderful reminder that in spite of all the violence, anger and unhappiness in our sad world today, there is still beauty to enjoy and soothe the soul! Hope your week is going well, mon amie!HugsSylvia
Genie,Beautiful photo. Love the birds perched atop the ledge. So sweet!Kris
I am a big fan of flower pots. Nice window.
Beautifully composed Genie, love the bird on the ledge.
Rue Montorgueil is a place one must definitely visit when in Paris.
I can't think of Rue Montorgueil without thinking of L'Escargot, one of my favorite restaurants.
Oh, for a little pied-à-terre right there! Though at this point I'd take it pretty much anywhere in Paris. :~}
Some of my favorite pics are doors and windows. This one is fabulous.
Makes me wanna be a pigeon.
C'est une typique fenêtre française.Je me rappelle cette rue à Paris.Bon week-end !!!
It's like sunshine right outside the window.
If this was my house, we would probably feel compelled to paint it, but it is perfect just as it sits on Rue Montorgueil.I am finally home and leave again in a week for Paris with Nanette!I am slowly this week catching up with friends again... Thank you for your comments while I have been so silent.Bises,Genie
Oh I love the splash of yellow against the grey. V
They filmed the wonderful movie Amelie in this street
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