Weekly Photo Challenge: The Sign Says

I was in Paris earlier this week.  One afternoon I walked through the Jardin des Tuileries toward the Place de la Concorde looking for the bookstore where I had bought a copy of Madeleine the last time I was there.  I was happy when I saw this sign and went inside to look for another book to buy and take home.

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50 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: The Sign Says

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  2. What a quaint sign– looks like something I would have loved to take home to put on a wall or something! :) Lovely picture, Meg.

  3. Lovely and so French. Looks like they whitewashed the brickwork too, which makes everything else stand out so well.

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  11. You had me at “I was in Paris earlier this week.” LOL! You do get around. And to all the right places!! I’d love the bookshop, too. I had four years of high school French many (MANY)decades ago. How well do you think I’d do? :-)

    • I think you might do very well with your French! It’s really amazing how much you remember when you have the opportunity to use it. And now I want to go back… :)

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