Monday, May 19, 2014

SInger



If you travel to Paris, of course you must visit the Palais Royal.  It is no secret that it has become one of my most favorite spots in the whole city. Since my second visit in 2008, it's always on my To Do List.  I love the gardens for photographs and people watching, but the exquisite shops all along the arcade are just a delight.  Go, you'll thank me for this tip.

10 comments:

dieter michalek said...

so old machine.
great...and this red....i like it.
best wishes.
dieter

Stuart said...

You are so right about this place. It's a photographers dream.

Joe said...

If this window display is anything to go it looks like quite a quirky place V. My list is growing.

Paulita said...

Love this glove and the old sewing machine. Great tip.

Jeanie said...

What a fabulous window! I would have loved seeing that one in person!

JudyMac said...

Love the old Singer machines; they were just the very best. My grandmother sewed on a Singer in the early 20th Century. I still have an old Singer portable I purchased many moons ago in storage, and I'll bet I could get it out, plug it in and it would still sew perfectly. As Andrey might say, the Palais Royal might always be a good idea!

altadenahiker said...

Nice!

Alexa said...

Take Virginia's advice! (I first visited the Palais Royal almost 50 years ago and it still feels special.)

William Kendall said...

That's quite a window!

martinealison said...

Bonjour,

Tu as tout à fait raison... cet endroit est magnifique...

Gros bisous ♡