Saturday, April 25, 2009

Who's That Knocking at My Door?


Do you suppose Salazar Slytherin ever had a home in Paris? Enter at your own peril!

6 comments:

Starman said...

I like the design.

catharsis said...

You get the award for the best post ever!

Cécile Qd9 said...

frightening !

Cécile Qd9 said...

spent a fw months in Washingt, D.C. and Bethesda many years ago (about 15 ?) when my ex-boy-friend worked at the french embassy.
Beautiful town !

MK Countryman said...

When I was in paris, I kept taking pictures of the doors. At first my husband thought I was insane but then he started getting into it....take one of this door, ooooh look at that one.....your pic is a fun reminder of all those pics of doors - that I never did anything with...

was the holland trip this week? would love to do that sometime and wondering about timing....

I'm thinking of taking my kids to europe (paris) for 6 weeks next summer, but wondering if thats possible....meaning, would they drive eme crazy and/or are there anyorganized schools/camps they could do some of.....(ages 5, 7, and 9)....

I just discivered t his blog and will be excited to read it!

Anne said...

Thanks for the kind comments. I find the doors and knockers pretty irresistible.

MK Countryman: Everyone's kids are different so it's hard to say. I guess if I were in your shoes, I would skip the camps. Your kids won't be around long enough to get over the language hump in the French speaking camps and the English ones are fairly pricey. Instead, I'd look into finding somewhat to babysit for you some time each week so you can either have a little time to yourself or simply take the kids on outings one on one. FUSAC (http://www.fusac.fr/en/) may be a good resource for finding such a sitter.

As for Holland, the Keukenhof Gardens are open mid March to mid May so that should give you an idea about the flowers. We were gone the week of the 20th and got super lucky with the weather.

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