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August 13, 2009

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Vintage Fairy Tales Rebecka

A lot of nice places we will visit next summer then ?
Becky

kristina

Such wonderful shops and sights. Maybe one of these days...In the meantime, thinking perhaps I should order the books for a virtual trip! K x

Minnie

oooh, how divine to live vicariously through you. what an inspired idea to use pia's book as a travel guide. i've been enjoying her book for a few weeks now and enjoying my virtual window shopping, with only dreams of a far off future to ever visit any of these shops. i love paris but can't imagine going right now w/two little ones and one tall one (my husband), all who abhor shopping! thanks for your beautifully detailed posts on your paris trip. i've been enjoying every word and image.

jone

sam! I am so glad to hear YOUR views of the shops thru what you read in Pia's book. I can soooo relate to yours, since I know you, and that makes it even more special. I wish that our one day in Paris had included a bit more wandering, but I think we were overwhelmed, a bit, having just come from Briancon.
...maybe next summer...... xo Jone

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