Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Paris in July - Final Post

Well, it may be the end of July, and the official end of our Paris in July journey, but it doesnt have to end there. We've had a great time with all our passionate Parisiene bloggers, reviewing books, photos, songs, movies, foods, markets, quotes, poems, biographies.... the experiences have been wide and varied. In visiting all the participants blogs, we've all recieved some great new idea's for future reading, listening, eating and viewing. Why wait for next July? I personnally would love to see some of Paris in July continue throughout the year.

For me, I still have three more weeks here in Europe, mostly in France, and that should include another visit or two to Paris. I will, without a doubt, post more aboout the things I'm discovering in France - see keep your eyes open...

I have two other posts planned already - for July I read 'An Englishman in Paris' - review to come, and I want to post also about some exhibitions I've seen here in Montpellier....

Again, I'd like to join Karen at Bookbath, and say Thankyou so much for joining us in this journey - we've been overwhelmed and excited by the passion people have for this topic. It's been awesome and we must do it again sometime..

5 comments:

Meredith said...

Thank you, dear Tamara, for the lovely challenge. I absolutely loved every part of it, from the photographs to the food to the reviews to the ambiance of Paris felt all the way here in les Etas-Unis. Have a wonderful, blessed vacance for your last few weeks!

Karen said...

Hi T - enjoy your last few weeks in Europe - can't wait to hear all about your trip when you get back (and we can start planning Paris in July 2012!!) xox

Joan Hunter Dunn said...

Thank you too for organising it. I love how easy and relaxed it is and look forward to next year -.where I really shall attempt to make macarons!

Brenda G. Spalding said...

Thank you, Tamara, I had a fun time participating in the Paris in July challenge. Hopefully, you have enjoyed your time in Europe. I am hosting a challenge in September: Southern Belle Challenge. Please pass the word. Thanks again! See you again next year!

My blog is http://www.curlingupwithagoodbook.com

:) Brenda Spalding

Jeanie said...

I definitely will post more on Paris, both on The Marmelade Gypsy and Chopsticks and String. And I'm going back next spring -- so of course, I'll be asking questions about favorites, too!

Eager to hear more from you!