Post 1525. Wednesday May 3
‘Garçon, deux cafés et croissants s'il vous plaît’
I love this little place. There’s nothing nicer than sitting outside my favourite hotel watching the good folk of Ville de Jeune Fille crisscrossing the square whilst waiting to indulge my passion for a spécialité français.
Ah, here we come, looking and smelling absolutely delicious.
'Michelle, comment allez-vous?'
I don't think we'll bother to wait for the coffees and croissants!
It looks like something other than breakfast is about to be served. Cute.
Thanks Rochelle - I think you are right!Delete
Ah, I could smell the fresh pastry and feel the sunshine. Nicely done, Keith.ReplyDelete
Me too, but I don't it's the smell of the pastry that's exciting him! Cheers Iain.Delete
Hahahahaha. Very nice vignette.Delete
Thank you DarlaDelete
Ah, but i think there should be time for refreshments first!ReplyDelete
I completely agree. Why waste a croissant?Delete
Michelle ma BelleReplyDelete
These are words that go together well
Michelle, ma belle
Sont des mots qui vont très bien ensemble
Très bien ensemble
I think Breakfast can wait...
Great minds think alike! Tres bon!Delete
That's about all the French I know. I hope he's more fluent in the language...ReplyDelete
He's fluent in the phrases that matter! Chers LizDelete
Sweetness in more than one form, it all sounds quite pleasant, I will gladly wait for your croissant if you are eager to get on to other things! :-)ReplyDelete
Josie Two Shoes
So kind of you Josie - enjoy!Delete
French sounds so sexy.ReplyDelete
I don't know french though, I used a translator.
Beautiful read :-)
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I lived in France for several years I can just remember a few essentials like how to order a beer!Delete
just dessert? :)ReplyDelete
Very well done.
Only just! Cheers SaschaDelete
Ha, nice twist!ReplyDelete
Bonne chance dans la boudoir!ReplyDelete
Ça va bien merci Liz!Delete
This was lovely with a very French twist!ReplyDelete
....as a French Canadian, I must tell you that both of your "français" require an 'e' at the end as a 'fantaisie' and a 'spécialité' are both féminin ;-)
Whoopsie! Google translate lets me down again! Merci DaleDelete
Mon plaisir, mon ami! xoDelete
I could see myself enjoying coffee and a croissant on the veranda.ReplyDelete
Of course, something bigger was lurking, it seems. ; 0 : )
For him there certainly were tastier things in store! Thanks IsadoraDelete
i seldom get jealous, but this guy got it made. :)ReplyDelete
...and in case you are wondering, it's not based on personal experiece! Cheers plaridelDelete
Ooo la la!ReplyDelete
He shouldn't go without breakfast, not with what he's got on for the day ahead.ReplyDelete
Could almost feel myself there. Great!ReplyDelete