Monday, April 30, 2012

Le P'tit Paradis - Beaune, France storefront

Windows, doors, even a little red sign - this image was practically custom-made for a Monday blog post. We didn't stop into this lovely looking restaurant in Beaune, France, but I sure do love its exterior.

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Have a great day!



17 comments:

Dina said...

Charming, angel and all.

Lesley said...

This looks classic French.
I love those shutters, too! I have thing for ornamental shutters that don't even fit the windows - hate them with a passion. So, it is wonderful to see how it is meant to be done!

Daryl Edelstein said...

So very old world .. tres jolie!

meredith said...

I hope your last minute vacation in france was fun despite the rain. fyi, it's still raining, we are very soggy. I allso hope you'll be posting more France photos :)

Forty Pound Sack said...

Charming! Great photo ~

Josie Two Shoes said...

How beautifully that bright red sign sets of the colors of the buildings and street... picture perfect, and as usual, you nailed it! Your eye for capturing interesting images is amazing!

nonizamboni said...

An excellent capture, Robin! Makes me wish. . .

toby said...

That really is a perfect shot - you couldn't have set it up any better! Great find!

Ralph said...

The small sign in ruby belies its stature - in red it screams at us as the stucco (?) walls are a non-descript beige. Thus we are invited to dine here with the bold red invitation. For you, perhaps next time!

sparrow said...

Makes me homesick for Europe.

kelley @ magnetoboldtoo said...

It almost looked painted... gorgeous.

Dianne said...

lovely dreamy photo

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Elegant, simply elegant!

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liz said...

What a lovely place.

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Very pretty!

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jewaicious said...

How lovely, so peaceful, and the red really pops out. I so love European architecture. Here in the States, we don't have Medieval architecture, authentic architecture, I mean.

Jessica Cassidy said...

beautiful white angel sitting on the RED...so neat :-) Dropping by from last weeks RT2