Saturday, August 14, 2010

Paris Breakfast

Paris breakfast

A fascinating website came to my attention recently through my vacation club.  Although I’m not able to visit this beautiful city anytime soon, I can now travel to Paris without leaving my chair.

P7140721What fun to sit down in your PJ’s with a cup of tea and some cinnamon raisin toast (although I prefer croissants) and take a virtual tour of Paris and its twenty most beautiful monuments.

To achieve this panoramic view 2,346 single photos were stitched together.  You can soar above the city and zoom in for a closer look at the monuments.  It is amazing to actually be able to get close enough to see the signs on the shops and cafes or the pretty flowers in the window boxes and so many other sights.  Experience this wonderful tour for yourself by clicking here.  

13 comments:

Southern Touch Catering said...

Cool! Thanks for the link! Hope all is well.

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

This is "Delicious" and I'm on my way to "Paris" as soon as I finish this comment. Thanks for the ticket, HUGS, Donna

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

I wasn't able to get to Paris from your "HERE"... BUT... That tea company is NOT far from where I live in Connecticut and they have a tasting room... SO, again Thank you for the Ticket!!! HUGS, Donna

Marlena said...

Oh wow, this is sooooooooooooooo wonderful. Thanks.

Shelia said...

I love this! I've been blessed to have traveled to Paris a couple of times!
You are blessed, Dear One, to have your little grand in your arms every other Saturday!
Thanks for popping in to see me.
be a sweetie,
shelia ;)

Marilyn said...

I hope you can go to Paris someday, it is one of my favorite cities. The tearooms and pastries are amazing.

Vicki said...

Hello, dear friend,
Your Paris breakfast looks delicious. I am going to take the "tour" of this great city. Thank you for the link. Have a happy, happy week~Vicki

Angela McRae said...

Now that was cool! Funny that it is so timely after that book I just read too!

The Caffeinated Globe said...

We all love Paris (the city). I have never been there...yet. Thanks for sharing the info.

In my latest post, I mentioned you and your blog. See for yourself:
http://caffeinatedglobe.blogspot.com/2010/08/comfort-breakfast-ideas-fruit-pies.html

Wanda Lee said...

This looks so yummy and inviting..,uum.., 'a Paris breakfast'.., so romantic as well!

Thanks for sharing this tasty duo of coffee and croissants with us!..,

Oh do come for this week's delightful; 'Tuesday And Wednesday Teatime In Blogland'!..,

.., Please come by and join us for our weekly blog tea parties; for my 44th, 'Tuesday Tea For Two', my 35th, 'Wednesday Tea For Me And Thee', as well as for my shared meme with my dear friend Pam for our 16th, 'Teapot And Tea Things Tuesday'; there are many new delights await you this week!

..,We always love having you join us and we thank you very much for joining us in the past!..,( Why not join us for coffee if you would prefer)?!..,

*(We both work full time as self employed persons and apologize when we are unable to get back to you as soon as we would prefer)..,

Have a marvelous week! ~Hope to see you soon!


Cheers and hugs from wanda Lee

Msartist said...

Lovely tea! Oh thanks so much for sharing the link. Hope you can drop by~ Also there is still time to enter my giveaway!
Happy Tea Tuesday~
Msartist Sew Crafty, Theresa

Dawn said...

The link doesn't seem to be working for me can you possibly send me the link? I also love anythinbg Paris related I even called my new kitten Paris

Love Dawn xx

Tea Duchess said...

I go to this blog and also 'Tongue in Cheek Antiques' http://willows95988.typepad.com/tongue_cheek/2010/08/some-of-the-differences-between-france-and-america.html
Corey, born in America, is a wonderful word smith and takes gorgeous pictures and is married to a very handsome French man too!

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