Who loves Paris in the Springtime? I have been meaning to post this for a while now.  In between the website relaunch and learning its new features plus the exciting release of “Teatime in Paris” in the UK and USA, this has fallen behind.

So here’s a very short slideshow of Paris in spring.  I’ve had fun playing with this! We’ve seen the arrival of the long-awaited Spring buds, the cherry blossoms, the wisteria and the horse-chestnut candles blossoming in the City of Light. Now Paris is so green and extra special, and with the arrival of holiday season here (even if the French are not yet on holiday themselves), it’s so lovely to be able to eat outside in the cafés and restaurants again.

Cédric, who updated this website to make it mobile and tablet friendly, will be pleased that I’m finally using a fraction of the capabilities on the site.  So, here goes …. !

Are you sitting comfortably? Let’s roll.

For recommendations on sweet stops for your next Paris trip, don’t forget to check out le blog and check out my Instagram feed, where I share daily life in and around Paris.  For 50 teatime recipes and many of the best Paris pâtisserie and tea salon addresses, my favourites are all in my new book, Teatime in Paris!

Next stop, summer is just around the corner…

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  1. Liz
    Liz says:

    You’re making it awfully tempting to come to Paris in the spring! There’s talk amongst my sisters about a girls’ trip to France—fingers crossed we can swing it in a year or so 🙂

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  2. Thomasina
    Thomasina says:

    Rose petal ice cream and raspberries – now that appeals to me now that the weather is much warmer. Perfect for watching tennis from Paris. Love the slideshow Jill especially the wisteria.

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    • Jill Colonna
      Jill Colonna says:

      Thanks, Thomasina. You’ll love this ice cream. We’re also loving the tennis – still routing for Andy Murray! Allez l’Ecosse!

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    • Jill Colonna
      Jill Colonna says:

      It is a bit short, isn’t it. And where are all the pastries and food? Too much material, so little time. Glad you liked it, Jean-Pierre. Of course I’ll do a summer one if other people like the idea too …

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