Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Je suis désolée


Café Nemours, one of my favorite haunts for wine or lunch at Place Colette, did not make the cut for the Paris Marathon this trip, but I did get this shot as we breezed past it last week!

2 Place Colette
75001 Paris
Metro: Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre

18 comments:

Joe said...

So much to and so little time. May be next time V.

Cezar and Léia said...

I love these chairs! And your header is very beautiful!
Léia

ALAIN said...

Un seul client bien emmitouflé.

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger said...

I really love your latest header photo!
Duncan In Kuantan

La Brocanteuse said...

But of course I will add to my list for next visit! Hope you are doing well? Thank you for gorgeous image as always..bisous Colette

Janey and Co. said...

Hi V,

I am thinking you never took the time to sit on this last trip!

Loved the picture of Marly in Roe.Cobblestones and all!

Thanks for the visit. We are moving when we return...ugh!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

One can always count on at least a single steadfast soul on the terrace here. He looks as if he wonders what you are doing out, too. Nice perspective.

M said...

Virginia, excellent way of incorporating a little Paris rouge into this photo! Makes me wish I could sit down for a warm cup of coffee!

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Virginia,
Beautiful shot... I love the chairs!

Kristie Franklin said...

Pretty picture! It does look lonely out there. Great looking chairs. :)

JoeinVegas said...

It looks cold and lonely like that - perhaps a large coffee instead of just an espress today.

Alexa said...

As Joe said, so little time! And I won't tell them you dissed them this trip, V. (Apparently you weren't the only one—the place looks unusually empty.)

Katie Schwausch said...

Beautiful photo, V. I travel to Paris in March for another cooking class. I'll send you a "springtime" perspective of Café Nemours. :).

Jack said...

It looks like you did this trip on rollerblades, Virginia.

Bob Crowe said...

I thought it looked like Rue de Rivoli but I was about a block off. Lonely scene. I do not understand the economics of French cafes.

French Basketeer.com said...

how many hours I have spent here, along with Marly....love this photo, it takes me right back~

Vreni said...

The perfect photo for the next theme day!

Starman said...

I think you've lost your zest for Paris. There is ALWAYS time for a café.