Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Our First Day!

Today we had a great first day in Paris! It was such a beautiful day we decided to wander to our favorite park, the Jardin du Luxembourg. On the way we stopped for yummy espressos for Adam and I and hot chocolates for Michelle and Jackie.
The fountain above (La Fontaine des Medicis) is a favorite of mine, and with all the leaves and fall flowers it was as beautiful as ever, I still can't believe we're here again!

It is so nice to have friends around to take photos of Adam and I... we don't have very many of the two of us! Thanks Michelle :) (check out her blog for more photos of Paris and our first day.)

The tree above was so cool, it was being held up by the wood support on the left... and still growing strong.
After our walk we stopped at another cafe for drinks and treats. Jackie got the yummy Manhattan above and it was so good we decided the extra orange rind was the perfect twist.
Now we are sitting around our studio apartment listening to great music... thanks to Rob for letting us borrow his Bose!!!
What a great day... J'aime Paris :)


Ali said...

Yay! What a fun little video. Have a fabulous time...

Amazing 88's: Jeff & Rhiannon said...

I can't believe you guys are there already. I'm so jealous. I wish we were there with you! Sorry we missed you last week! We were on a caribbean cruise (a very rocky, very hurricane plagued cruise). We're back in Seattle now. When do you guys get home?

Oh...we are booking the Jason Parker Quartet for our cocktail hour...what do you think? We found them on Junebug :)

Miss you guys!

verbivore said...

Am so excited I get to see you guys this week!!! See you on Thursday :-)

Dewey said...

Hi, I came by from Michelle's blog to see what fun you're having together. :)

Azure said...

This makes me so nostalgic. I love Paris in the late fall. I wish you were posting more. I just looked at our 2002 pictures from the chateau to keep me going. I want to see the rest of your shots when you get home and hear stories. Love you guys tons.