French Doors

I love France.  Paris in particular.  I’ve been going to France since I was 16 years old.  I even lived there for a year and attended La Sorbonne.  I know the ins and the outs of the city even today – it’s like I never left.

There is so much beauty in the The City of Lights, its hard to focus in on just one thing.  The architecture is amazing.  No matter where you go, there is always something interesting to see.  I have a love for French doors.  They are so ornate and captivating that you can’t stop looking for more doors.

1.  Notre Dame de Paris

2.  Musée de Montmartre

3.  Dans Le Marais

4.  Dans Paris

5.  Numéro Quinze

6.  Hôtel de Chalons de Luxembourg 4 è

7.  À Minuit

8.  55, rue Geoffroy St. Hilaire – My First Apartment

9.  Au Jardin des Plantes

10.  Musée du Moyen Âge

© 2010 J. H-M and CultureChoc2010.

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8 responses to “French Doors

  1. Beautiful doors! As they should be to represent a beautiful interior. One day I will go to France… one day…

  2. Funny! I’ve been to Paris so many times and I’ve never sat back and noticed the doors, there’s always so much to take in…I’ll be on the lookout now 🙂

  3. Visiting you after your stop at my blog and SO glad I did. Oui, je suis aussi amoureuse de France, de toute chose francaise.

    Your doorway pictures are lovely, fun, and bring beaucoup memories!

  4. Now you’ve got me all sad and NEEDING a trip to Paris? Plus? Bratchild is DYING to go.

  5. Great series of doors!

  6. Incredible! I love those door pictures… they are so welcoming.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog 🙂

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