Monday, November 23, 2009

Musée Carnavalet Redux



Last November I visited the Musée Carnavalet and took many photos that I've previously posted. My faithful reader Harriet ( who I believe loves Paris as much as I do!) has asked for more, and I have two for her today. When I visited last July, it was Bastille Day and I was unable to go inside. I took these from and through the gorgeous gates outside. Harriet, pour toi mon amie!

12 comments:

Laurent said...

I'm with Harriet. I especially like Carnavalet.

Shell Sherree said...

The French know how to do gates, don't they! And I can almost feel my feet crunching on the gravel as I'm approaching. Lovely, Virginia!

Peter said...

Yes, it's nice, but as you say, it's also definitely worth the visit inside!

Harriet said...

Oh Virginia! Tu es très gentille! Yes I love Paris the same as you, and especially the Musée Carnavalet. These photos are fantastic. Merci.

Alexa said...

Love the Carnavalet—it's fabulous, fascinating . . . and free! And so beautiful, as you've shown in these wonderful shots. Thanks!

Starman said...

You certainly got around the city in your short time there.

Virginia said...

Peter,
This is another place on my list. I was only inside the museum for a few minutes in 2008. I'd like to see more. The outside gardens were so lovely and remain some of my favorite photographs.

Starman,
I was all over the place! I also have Peter to thank for dragging me miles and miles and miles each day and night. You have to be in shape to keep up with him!

Alexa,
Glad you enjoyed these. Free? Whooppee

Harriet,
de rien !

Laurent,
Merci!

Shell,
THe French can make anything look beautiful I think. Don't eat all those macarons at once!

Daryl said...

I am glad Peter 'dragged' you to all these places, we are the more entertained for it!

Mo said...

Beautiful

Petrea said...

This is one I missed. I'd love to see it.

BamaTrav said...

funny we comment on the same blog in Hawaii. Small blogging world I guess.

Shell Sherree said...

LOL, I'll try to contain myself, Virginia! :)