Friday, December 26, 2008

At least I have a few good photos to show for it...

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As many of you know Anthony and I went to Paris and London for 10 days last March. It was kind of a bust, but it was definitely fun in it's own way even though we missed our kids SO much!! The hardest thing was how bad our dollar was and I wasn't a big fan of the city, I have learned the long hard was to stay away from tourist crap. I really would love to do it all over again and visit the countryside. Anyways, here are 3 photos I will be hanging in my white matted IKEA frames above Anthony's desk in our bedroom, so excited! I printed them on Metallic paper and I can't wait to see how they turn out.

7 comments:

Jeana Bird said...

These are incredible. I bet they will look awesome on the metalic!!! I hope you had a Merry Christmas!

Amy Clifton said...

I am in LOVE with metallic papers! I'm sure these look awesome. Sorry your trip wasn't so great. :-(

Chung Nguyen said...

Aww... But I guess to each its own. I <3 Paris. The food. The chic people. The beautiful, timeless architecture. The museums. Did I mention the food? Yum! (Even the 1-euro baguettes were so delightful.)

I need to return soon....

Melanie said...

Those look great! We were in Paris last May and I had the same trouble with tourists. I wanted so many fabulous pics but the crowds got in our way a lot!

We actually went out to the countryside and along the Cote d'azur and stayed away from tourists fairly well. Renting a car and driving out was money and time well spent. If you want some cool places to visit, I'd be happy to help, or you can visit our blog: templemantattler.blogspot.com Look under may and june.

Kara May said...

Beautiful! Good to know about the tourist crap in Paris - I can't stand anything 'touristy' so I'm aching to see the country-side and go to Ireland's country-side as well. Great idea on the metallic paper, I'm sure it will look incredible!
Merry Christmas!

Pedaling said...

gorgeous!

Bev Robison said...

Beautiful. I could live inside the Louvre...other than that Paris is not my fave. Great shots, though!