Countryside in Paris: Montmartre is a village

Montmartre is a village and  I was very lucky this morning to meet Evelyn who has been living in this wonderful house of  the Villa Leandre since 1947. She told me a anecdote about her beautiful glycine that she was being maintened with love and I am happy to share it with you: when she moved to this house with her parents in 1947, she could not manage to grow this glycine and it is some years after,  thanks to a trip to Florence, that she found how to grow it upon his return! although she revealed her gardening secrets to her neighbours no one of them succeeded and she has the only house to have one. Evelyne was standing at her balcony when I talked to her this morning and she came downstairs to discuss with me and accepted that I write this story about her. Thanks to her and it was a privilege for me to meet such person. A good start to the day!

19 comments:

Felicity Mozdzen said...

After the alaskan cruises, I'll surely visit paris and enjoy long walks at the park. There's no such thing as basking yourself with the luxury and joy of traveling.

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I won't be surprised if I'll have excess baggage on my way home from Paris because it's expected that I'll be getting a lot of souvenirs to remind me that I have been in my favorite place in the world.

Sophie Tyler Neil said...

Places like this in Paris makes me and my family want to stay there. My husband and I always talked about moving to france permanently when our children are in the legal age.

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This is a place where I can picture myself having a family. I want my kids to grow up with this kind of environment. If only I have the money to purchase a property for sale in Paris.

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My wife is looking for a budget travel this year. Well, she is planning to visit her parents who are living outside the country.

Connor Godfrey said...

I would suggest that they trim the plants, it obstructs the beauty of that building. It's one of the most elegant designs and showing them off would be a delight to all passerby.

Albert Houston said...

Living in that place can be very relaxing. I want to have a house like that someday.

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Xavier Torres said...

Heard a bit about montmarte and some of its vintage structures. They really took pains maintaining the place, even the interiors; I heard they worked with top experts to keep the place looking as authentic as possible.

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I'm always attracted to houses with eye catching garden and plants growing around it. I don't know but I just love how refreshing they make you feel.

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