Sunday, August 1, 2010

Paris - A la prochaine!

Je voudrais dire merci pour votre participation a Paris en Julliet. Il ete un evenement tres agreable. J'ai eu beaucoup de plaisir visiter chaque blog enregistre.

J'ai particulierement apprecie les commenaires de livres (ajoutant a ma list de TBR), les souvenirs personnels des visites a Paris, et les critiques de la musique et des films. J'ime beaucoup les commenaires de nouriture et des recettes.

A mon avis, cela a ete amusement, ca serait dommage de ne pas le faire a encore. Souhaitez-vous pas d'acord? Visitera la site de Karen encore, et laisser un commentaire si vous avez des idees sur Paris en julliet en 2011?

A bientot!
English: (for those who cant read french yet, and for those who can and cant understand mine!)
I would like to say thankyou for your participation in 'Paris in July'. It has been a very enjoyable event. I have had great pleasure visiting every blog registered. I particularly appreciated the book reviews (adding to my TBR list), the personal memories of visiting Paris, and the music and movie reviews. I liked alot the food reviews and recipes.

In my opinion, it has been alot of fun, and it would be a pitty to not do it again. Wouldn't you agree? Visit Karen's blog again, and leave a comment if you have any idea's about Paris in July 2011.

Until later!


Natalie~Coffee and a Book Chick said...

Thanks a wonderful trip through Paris this month -- I got one last (late!) post in, but wanted to share with you --

See you next year in Paris! :)

ds said...

Exploring Paris with you, Karen and the rest made July zip by! Thank you so much. Yes, please let's all meet again in 2011. It was great fun :)

Chat Noir said...

Loved every minute of this "challenge", especially the chance to show off the photograph taken by my friend. Fastest July I've had for a while, thankyou.

Iliana said...

Just wanted to drop in and say thank you for hosting! My Paris set book was a bit of a disappointed so I didn't finish it but I did enjoy reading a bit about Paris at least. And, I did get to see some Matisse's work at an exhibit of his prints so that was a lot of fun.