lovely, now I will have a cup of tea, some freshly baked bread and some orange marmalade please.
So nice to feel at home in Florida! Just kidding, when in the USA I don't want baguette and pâtisserie.
The first image is wonderful, I feel the smell of baguette ...:-)
Wonderful pictures, and I know I miss my country!! I want some french bread now!!! Thanks for sharing this unique thing with us!
These fellows really know how to make delicious bread and all sorts of treats!Cezar
Very cool! I bet you stayed quite a while there! Everything sounds delicious!
@ Denise - Hi! Glad to see your back at CDP...hope you had fun with your in-laws! Thanks for all the comments.
It looks great - outside and inside too:) Looks inviting:)
Love the smell of boulangeries! This one is lovely!
Oh my, now I'm hungry. Such a cute place!
Jacob, great photos of France at Epcot. I also like all your Micanopy photos. I was there a few years ago with my middle son and his family. They were living in Georgia at the time and it was the mid-point to swap grandkids. I enjoyed the little town and wanted to meet a friend from Gainesville there but she said there wasn't anything worth going for. I think she was wrong. I'll have to check it out next time I head up that way.
@ Karen - I think she's wrong, too. It's got enough antique shops and little restaurants to keep one busy for several hours. Plus there's a museum and a lot of interesting houses. The cemetery is also fascinating.
A cup of coffee and fresh French bread with cinnamon flavored honey - just this can made my day!GreetingsJuergen
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