one of the most beautiful towns on the French Riviera
Baguettes. Vive la France...
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Oh, so good...the baguette AND the photo, especially the bw one.When I lived in France, you didn't get a bag; just a piece of paper.
Bibi, if you buy just one, you get a piece of paper wrapped around the middle, but it seems if you buy several, you get a bag!
Any snow last night, Jilly?Apparently there was some in the Var?Nothing here, just a biting cold mistral and bright blue skies.
There was snow at La Turbie, Nathalie. A fierce hailstorm at Valbonne which was apparently travelling slowly towards Monaco - where I was headed at the time I heard this on the news. Anyway it didn't arrive and yesterday turned out to be fabulous BUT this morning we have a really cold wind - a strong wind - but of course, as always, glorious sunshine as the clouds have been pushed away. So snap on the biting cold mistral and bright blue skies. Bises. x
Three baguettes -- she was preparing for the storm, perhaps. I wish I had a nice warm baguette right now.. joanny
Love the bread, love the bag.
Great shot. I miss French baguettes. Not many places here have perfected them!V
A thing known as french all over the world, and so usual for us!
I'm hungry now. The skulls are her purse are quite a statement. :)-Rick Manhattan Beach, California u.s.a.
Would have to buy several to receive that cute bag.
Quintessential French! I was devastated when I found my boulangerie at the foot of the Rue Longue had been turned into a snack shop. My back-up bakery was gone as well. So sad for the old end of Menton.
Rick, well spotted. They are strange, aren't they?!Karen, yes I agree. Now the nearest, I suppose would be the market (where there are several boulangeries) or walking a little further to the shop in the next square.
Elle est trop gentille de m'amener les baguettes pour le petit déjeuner
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