Monday, August 3, 2009

French Village

One of our fave places on our vacation was a little French village just over the German border. I've mentioned this village twice on this blog already, here, and here, but I can't help mentioning it again- it is just so quaint and charming! This time, we sought out that french bakery, but it was closed for the owner's summer vacation. We went across the street for some croissants and eclairs, and they were good, but we missed the fancier one. Then we spent a lot of time just strolling around the village, going down into places where a lot of visitors might miss. We saw some beautiful buildings, and some interesting ones, including a doorway from 1593.

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Sonya said...

I never ever get tired of the fairytale like buildings and homes you see here. We go on drives all over the netherlands aswell as Germany and I always marvel at the stone work on the streets and buildings and how those small villages all look like they took a step back in time.

Linda said...

How enchanting! Was the doorway very tall? I just can't believe there are places like this--how lucky the residents are!