Break out the cheese and the wine!
It's getting late here, but I'm ready for cheese, bread, wine -- whatever they have!!! Have a great day, Genie!HugsSylvia
Hello Genie:Now that is a very good point!! We should not mind at all a little exploratory walk!!
Dans les villages autrefois, il y avait au moins deux boulangeries pour une église... A présent je ne sais pas...Une belle photo qui sent bon le pain frais...Gros bisous
Thinking of all the boulangeries my mouth is watering! I want a croissant aux amandes right now!!!!!
If you walk long distances you've earned more bread, cakes and coffee.
Tu dois apprécié les bonnes pâtisserie et viennoiseries!es-tu gourmande ?
I am will be happy to go over and count!
More churches or boulangeries in France? What an interesting question Genie. A close call I would say.Sam
are there more churches or more boulangeries in paris?now that question deserves a short story of its own -
I love it all and would love to be there too, the patisserie....oh oh
Cheese, wine? I love it all, next week I am in France, mmmmmmRegards, Maria
No, I think there are more optical shops! :)V
Knowing me, I would probably have to stop and enjoy something along the way at each shop! HA
Boulangeries must win the day - hand down, kneed I say more?
Em janeiro estarei em Paris novamente,uma cidade maravilhosa
A loaf of bread, a jug of wine, and thou beside me in Paris—walking it off. Probably the cafés outnumber both.
Yes! Walking is excellent. Good for our hearts and souls and to burn of some of those.. er.. super yummy things to eat! :D
I think it's a toss up!!!
I'm loving your blog- I adore Paris and your pictures really bring it to life. I'm hoping for a Paris weekend next year - I can't wait!
More boulangeries, bien sûr. But then again, some of us worship a good baguette.
I'm guessing there are more cafes, patisseries, fromageries and creperies than churches in Paris! This patisserie looks delightful.
You are making me hungry! :-)
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