Had to share a few more photos of the ancient buildings
of Bar le Duc.
It's no secret that I love doors and windows...
and especially the wooded doors and ceilings of medieval times.
And there's no shortage of them here.
Look at what this window revealed.
The dining room where I will be a guest on this next trip to Bar le Duc
has a similar ceiling only with a luscious, deep turquoise shade between the beams.
Wonder what's for lunch in this room today?
Maybe a little wild boar stuffed with the champignons of the Lorraine area
and a piece of this sweetness with a dark cafe creme.
And yes, I was teased and giggled at for taking this photo.
The woman behind the counter couldn't understand why I would want a shot of it.
My photography companion tried to explain with a shrug of her shoulders: "C'est different."
I've been told that Bar le Duc has some of the oldest buildings in the area
and this Monument Historique sign gives you an idea of just how old.
And then there's my favorite: the timbered-house.
I never tire of gazing at this style.
There are a couple in Paris I'll have to find on this visit and share with you.
I only found them recently though they stand just around the corner from a place I've walked by
over and over throughout the years.
One of the things I love about Paris!
Bon Lundi toute la monde!
(Photos copyright: Kirsten Steen)