Saturday, April 26, 2014

Colorful City in France


Colmar is known to be one of the most colorful cities in France. As much as I love Paris, I love north eastern France the most. Romantic villages and cottages reminiscent of old fairy tales! I would love to outdoor dine on this peaceful canal ... wouldn't you?

xoxo
Kerri

6 comments:

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Hi Kerri, So wonderful to see you today and thank you for stopping by and your sweet comment.
Oh how I love this post of Colmar, France. Yes, I would love to dine right there on the colorful canal with a friend like you. So much history and charm. Thank you for sharing.
So glad you sold out and have to replenish your pretties. It is a nice problem to have, right??

Have a wonderful rest of the weekend and blessings to you my friend. I have missed you!!
Sending BIG Texas Hugs!!
XOXO

Red Rose Alley said...

Oh Kerri, this part of Paris is so pretty. I love the canals. You know, the girls rented us a boat that goes through the canals in an area in So Cal. I know it's not Paris, but I will be dreaming. It's so good to hear from you, and I loved hearing about your relationship with your son too. Aren't they precious friends to us?

Enjoy the spring days, my friend.

love,
~Sheri

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Oh yes I would! Oh Kerri, it is so breathtaking... The colors are stunning..
Thank you so much for your visit and most kind thoughts.. Yes, my Easter was spent with family, and was very joyful.. I hope your was a blessed one.
Thank you for thinking of me.
Penny

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Kerri! HELLO! I just woke up and am here to visit with YOU! First of all, thank you for coming to visit, and I hope you are much better now? There really is something going around, for I have been sick for a month now. I'm barely getting back to myself, but I was DOWN an off of school for three days. How lovely to see you! I have never been north of Paris, but I sure know what you're saying; everywhere I went in France (Provence, the Southwest and Paris) are all so different and special in their own way. But I'd join you here in this town any day.

Have a lovely Sunday, and yes, our Easter was very special and I hope yours was too. Blessings! Anita

romance-of-roses said...

What a lovely place, Kerri. It's so colorful, I would love to visit France especially romantic villages and enjoy dining on beautiful canals as this one. Awwww. Thank you for visiting.
Blessings and glad you are back...Lu

Ana said...

Ok Kerri, what a beautiful place. I can definitely see myself with hubby having a romantic outdoor dinner there...sigh! May be one day :-) Hope you are doing well my dear friend.

Hugs,
❤️Ana