These are a few of my favorite French things….

Can’t you just hear that song from the Sound of Music playing right now??  To kick off Paris in July, I’m posting a list of some of my favorite French things!  A lot of these photos are actually ones that Twin took when she went to France, because I wasn’t smart enough to take photos of a lot of things, like food.

French wine that is sold in the grocery store and is super cheap and super awesome:

Fresh baguette and affordable French cheese:

Cafe Creme:

Bakeries and Pastry Shops:

Things that totally remind me of Emile Zola and the class I took on him:

French money (Euros):

Medieval Architecture:

Some things I don’t have photos of:
-Pain au chocolat
-Sitting outside all the time at cafes
-The market
-The language
-The people
-The culture

And the best for last (which my sis and her BF found on a road in southern France……), really awesome tourbus company names:

Welcome to Kelly’s France Blog’s month-long celebration of Paris in July!!


About Kelly

Hi! My name’s Kelly. I’m a twenty-something gal from Buffalo, NY. Mom to a little dog named Peabody and a slightly evil cat named Archie. Engaged to the best dude ever. I love books and craft beer! I also love all things France and francophone and have a degree in French Language and Literature from Buffalo State College. My blog used to be called Kelly’s France Blog, but I finally decided it needed a change because I wasn’t posting about French things nearly as often as I used to! You can still see all my imported posts on A Book and a Beer, or you can visit my original blog at
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5 Responses to These are a few of my favorite French things….

  1. These photos are perfect for setting the mood. Now I want a baguette…and a glass of wine… 🙂

  2. Sarah says:

    That tour bus name is hilarious. And definitely agree on the cheese. Wish I had some and bread for breakfast

  3. Ellie says:

    Oh a love a bit of fresh crusty baguette and soft French cheese. It always tastes better on the other side of the channel too.

    I don't think they let those buses out of the country!

  4. Lovely photographs – ah a cafe creme….

  5. Karen says:

    Loving your French favourite things!

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