Staying Close to Home

Place des Vosges 6I kept it local today.  Although today is Saturday (the Sabbath), and the Jewish Quarter is typically closed up, I was in the mood for a falafel.  Continuing my quest for the best one, I tried a new place called Chez Hanna.  It was good, but no one can top the number one contender yet.  I’ll share all the juicy details about the best falafel once I’ve finished conducting my research.

The Place des Vosges may be the best place to just hang out on a Saturday.  The sun was shining through the clouds onto the rosy colored bricks of the luxurious square.  I appreciated having a lazy Saturday.

While enjoying a wine at Cafe Hugo, an idea approached me.  You can see my mind working away in the table picture below.

5 thoughts on “Staying Close to Home

  1. Heyjude says:

    Place des Vosges looks a LOT better in sunshine. When I was last there it was freezing (end of December) and all the cafés had patio heaters!
    I have to ask what is on your falafel? I thought at first it was a mushroom, and then aubergine, but I’m not sure.
    Jude xx

    • Liberated Traveler says:

      Haha, it doesn’t quite look right, does it? It was aubergine. Definitely not very impressed with that place, but of course I ate it :).

      Yeah, I’ve seen Place des Vosges on dreary days and the color doesn’t quite pop.

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