Sunday, 11 January 2009

Cette chanson n'est pas encore finie, suite





With all Avignon's beauty resting in its original peace, the girls said goodbye and we quietly slipped below the Pope's pink parking place, au-dessous de son palais.

The silver car soberly made the decisions for itself and took us onto La Provençale, the Autoroute to Menton and Monaco, and as you can see from the bottom shot, France gave us a 34° day.

Jeudi a toujours été le jour le plus chanceux de la semaine !

8 comments:

Marie said...

Je suis très contente de vous retrouver en ligne, de retrouver Andréa, Avignon et Nathalie (que j'espère rencontrer bientôt). Il fait très beau à Montpellier aujourd'hui, j'ai chaud !!!!!!!!!!

Vos photos sont superbes!

Je suis rentrée en France avant-hier soir.

claude said...

Il faut que j'aille à Adelaïde pour voir Mme et Nathalie à Avignon. Le web est fantastique.
Tiens Marie est de retour dans notre belle France !

dive said...

Ah, we know you're back when you post photos of beautiful weemen, Monsieur.

But what on earth had you said to that lady behind Mme in the top photo? She looks like she wants to clobber you.

lynn said...

Snigger, she does indeed Dive!

lynn said...

Saw the dancing link M. Benaut; FAB !

nathalie in avignon said...

Dive, I couldn't agree more. If you want to practice the killer look, learn it from her!

BTW if you want to see the pont d'Avignon in a very different kind of weather, turn to my own blog today; you'll see snow!

Maria said...

I'm just impressed to see the women squatting. My knees haven't allowed me to do that in years...

nathalie in avignon said...

m.benaut, if I can correct you on one tiny detail of French grammar, your title should read "cette chanson n'est pas encore finie" with an e at the end because the adjective takes the mark of the feminine.

Ce livre n'est pas fini (masculine)
Cette chanson n'est pas finie (feminine).
Fun stuff, eh?