Sunday, October 17, 2010

Market Day in Paris....

....the market at Ave du President Wilson is just one of the many, many market that are held here in Paris on any given day. I have been to lots of markets and this is always a really good one! There are so many amazing things to see and these photos are just a tiny example of what you can expect to find there.
Out of respect for David there are no photos of fish.....I must admit that fish ever clean they may be...are always a little on the nose!!!

For those that might be interested to know what I did for my birthday.....well, I was treated to a 'fabulous' lunch at "Le Grand Colbert". It was divine, the atmosphere, the food....the company of was a very special day!
As many of you will know, Le Grand Colbert was features at the end of one of my favorite move..."somethings gotta give" was just a dream to go there, I loved every minute of it!
I had a wondeful day and I thank you for all the lovely birthday messages and emails that I recieved from all parts of the special!!....Thank you!


Debbie said...

Glad to hear you had a lovely Birthday Linda. The photographs of the market are great. The way the food is presented is beautiful. Thanks for


Glad you had a nice birthday and the open market is just wonderful, I will take 3 dozen pink roses (LOL) HUGS MARY

Mooghiscath said...

Camembert , tomme de savoie ou de chèvre , raisin et champignon ! à vos miniatures ! juste un intrus , à mon avis les fraîses ne sont pas Françaises !!!
Superbe devanture de restaurant art-déco ! et joyeux anniversaire en retard

Papillon Bleu said...

Oh Linda!!!I can smell the stalls from here! Good Lord! These cheese! the mushrooms!!! I have just come back from a very short stay in France and didn't even have time to visit a decent market.
I hope you are fine.
A bientôt Linda!
Oh...and...Joyeux anniversaire!

rosanna said...

I'll take you to the main market in Genoa, it's not as fancy but may be you'll like it.Cannot wait! Rosanna

la Brocanteuse said...

Hello Linda, first of all. Many happy returns and best wishes! what a wonderful place to spend your milestone birthday...I enjoyed the images from your previous post as well- even more so because my husband is also in Paris right now attending the Sial ehibition. enjoy the rest of your trip. Xo Colette

Rella said...

New to your blog and arriving late, I wish you a belated happy birthday.
Such a treat you are having there in Paris. I love the photos you are sharing and had to laugh as I enlarged the market photo of the mushrooms wondering what they are asking for them there in Paris. Just yesterday as I purchased my shitake mushrooms at Whole Foods for $12.99 lb. I glanced over at the chanterelles and sighed...they were $29.99 lb. and a bit too dear I thought to be going into my vegetable broth.

Enjoy your long holiday and while you are away I will get acquainted and take in all the loveliness of your gorgeous blog and fabulous mini house.

xox Rella

Julie-Ann said...

Hi I'm new here too. My friend Fiona from Chateau de Lille suggested your blog this morning. What a wonderful way to spend your birthday. I love the markets in Europe. It sounds like you are having a wonderful time- enjoy. And Happy Birthday:)

miniacollection said...

I love all your photos of Paris. What a great way to celebrate your birthday at Le Grand Colbert.

Ascension said...

Que maravillosas fotos.
Me alegro que hayas pasado tu cumpleaños en un lugar tan especial.
besitos ascension

Mélanie A. said...

I can see you are having a wonderful time in Paris.
Happy birthday

May said...

No sabes cuanto me alegro que hayas celebrado tu cumpleaños en Le Grand Colbert.
Es un lugar, precioso, de cocina excepcional y una gran atención.
El mercado es un verdadero espectaculo y para volverse loca.
felicidades con retraso y espero disfrutes de todas esas maravillas muchisimos años más.
Besitos, May