03 October 2009

the Scene- Paris

We have both been to Paris many times before, but always as more of a tourist trying to cram the Louvre, parks and Eiffel Tour all into one week. Aren't vacations supposed to be relaxing?

This time, we are living and breathing Parisian life, getting used to the routines,
markets, streets, and everyday hooha. We have our favorite produce store, super marché, fromagerie and boulangerie all within a short walk of our front door.

For the most part, the métro stations are clean and each has a little accent of bright
color to lighten the mood while waiting for the next train.

So much seafood....and so much of it was still crawling around in its crate....
Hannah arrived just in time to head straight to the marché by our apartment.

It was our first market experience together, and we were wonderfully overwhelmed
by the colors, smells, crowd, and new foods.

So, from our jaunt through the market came our first incredible dinner of many....
fresh, fresh salmon and veggies galore.

Where's the métro?

Happy to be back in Paris.

Gettin' their dance on in the square directly under the Eiffel Tower.
They gots skillz!

Fall leaves along La Seine.

Faced with these choices, which one would you choose?
One of each perhaps?