"It's hard convincing yourself that where you are at the moment is your home, and it's not always where your heart is. Sometimes I win and sometimes not." -- Jonathan Carroll
Outstanding photos. What a beautiful place.
I love the rhyming cheese/other stuff board. As always, great photos! Enjoy the couch :)
Even the photos look so French. Lovely. Could just see myself sitting at that cafe with a glass of wine and some local cheese!
I have been there and it is a wonderful place!!!! Love the photos... and oysters :-)
Aw lovely photos, Jane! :-)
Great photo's, always! Mmm to visit France ....!
quelle chance, you are so lucky Jane, wonderful shots to share, thanks to you!!
Great photos. The name of the place in Basque language is Donibane Loitzune.We love it.
Beautiful place ;)
My camera and me (or is it I?!) would have been right there with you and your camera. Enjoy your day on the sofa! xo
Lucky for us you always want to take photos:) Enjoy your sofa!
Thanks for this colored report !!! One more time !
Absolutely! I wish it were just as easy for us!!!Wonderful photos. I particularly enjoyed seeing the menu "frommages tous ages"!
I love this city ... it reminds me summer holiday with family
Once again.....beautiful photos!! I had my first oyster on my 5th trip to France and from the moment I put it in my mouth I was filled with regret at turning up my nose at them on my previous trips. Lesson learned.
LOVE the last two pics! So nice you can nip across the border for a little bit of France!
Hmmm...something about these pictures is making me hungry!Glad you had a good time!
Wow Jane your weeks are so interesting!Is it french basque country?
haha, it makes me laugh.. your food pictures are the ones is sigh over, every time, but these are all wonderful Jane.
lovely photos! i want to be there!
And now I want french pastries...have a lovely evening!
Hope you found some sunshine there!
I lOVE the pays basque, spanish or french, I JUST LOVE IT!
I think it is so great that you can hop on over to France, when the desire strikes.Enjoy your sofa. :)
yummie, you lucky one; oisters&friends&france @ same time&place....yummie, yes, yummie...
Woow, these are very great photos! I had a Sunday brunch at French cafe !! I wish I could visit France!Hope you have a great week!
Ohhh... France and oyster envy BIG Time!!!
oh...I want make a little visit in St Jean de Luz ..I will...thanks for sharingEmma from San Francisco
what a lovely trip down memory lane. i love that village. so pretty and the memories are still as vivid as your photos.thank you, Jane!besotes enormes
How nice to just be able to go to France for some food. St Jean de Luz looks beautiful! I too spent much time on the sofa today!
Beautiful shots. And you do deserve a break.
muy jealous...I did get croissants from the new Jose Garces market on Locust st...but it wasn't France!! :(
Great pictures! The pastries and the oysters look de-lic-ious! Hope you had a nice weekend!
Your life seems so incredible! I just can't believe all this hopping around that you do -- the gorgeous photos -- even the glass of wine looks fantastic!
I can almost smell those pastries! Great photos. Hope you're having fun n France.jj
Gorgeousness.Never been to France. Sigh.Take me along with you, next time?
I like that. Any excuse to go to France. Have a great week.
Amazing the places you go!I love the detail of the connection of the flowers in the last photo to the one on the next post. The Jambon, Tres Bon sign is so cute.Happy week to you:)
mmm! the menu is so appetizing! great photos!
Ah, but lucky lucky you!!! It looks gorgeous!
ah, your photos are making my heart ache. february in wisconsin. ;) so lovely.
you're always going to these amazing places in the weekends. i am only slightly jealous :)
Belles images du sud de la France !Merci Jane
What fun to just pop over to France! Loved the photos. Thanks Jane!
I want those pastries!
We had oysters too yesterday! Wish i could visit saint jean de luz sometimes...have a good week
I've tagged you over at my blog for a 'Sunshine Award'. When you find a moment, pop over to take a read.
Oh, those bread baskets. I can just smell them! Getting over the flu here and starting to feel sybaritic.
vive le pays basque !!!
haha! like your friends! ;))
Oh, I'd love to say we popped over to France! How fun! This last picture is not helping with my constant craving for muscles! Delicious!!
Those photos are beautiful - I feel transported.
love those green blooms, what are they? besitos :)
mmmm...i love oysters!
looks good, i would like it there
Lovely photos! I love the "Jambon de Pata Negra" sign! So, did you also have the oysters? I have always found it strange that in France they are quite affordable and in Spain they are so expensive. Besos
just wanted to ssay hi! I haven't been able to visit too often lately. I hope all is well with you. (It doesn't get any better than going to St. Juan de Luz on a sunny day, eh?):)
oh, yes, any excuse! just catching up on your lovely blog, jane. xoxo
Gorgeous. And delish!!!!
It's such a nice place to be!
And thank you for taking the pictures! They are beautiful and certainly give us, your readers, more pleasure than the oysters. :)
oh how i wish i could have come with!i tagged you- if you feel like playing along pop round mine for the details
such a beautiful place to run off to!
Wow, those photos are great!
now that is what i'm talking about! quel voyage extraordinaire!
ohoh ! i know this place ;)i live up north of SJDLuz on the same atlantic coast thank you for reminding some nice vacations there
un placer para mis ojos...
Just a quick jaunt over to France for oysters...sounds good to me. Love the cafe chairs.
ok. your pictures are so beautiful...really...i'm fashinated.
Your photos are inspiring!! Laura in Ludwigsburg, Germany
bonitas fotos. me encanta especialmente el quinto. ahorita estoy viviendo en paris pero como me quiero ir a españa!
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