Wednesday, June 02, 2010


Mezos was a very sweet little village with a honkin' boulangerie and a tip-top second-hand shop, conveniently located on the drive from our little villa Landaise to Onesse, where the luthier was learning how to be an archetier. Every time I saw the hotel with the car parked out the front I beamed. A constant little snapshot of France in the 50's. Perfect!


Tania said...

OH MY GOODNESS! You're back! Only you're gone! You know what I mean!

So glad you're back and gone if you know what I mean...(?!)

Fer said...

Gotta love a good retro fix!

SmitoniusAndSonata said...

I know what you mean . France for me is always 1950s too . It's not that they don't do modern . It's just that they do "vintage" so well !
Have you seen "Les Choristes" ? You'd love it .