This time of year makes me miss Paris more than ever. My first trip to Paris with my sister (read our first adventure-2 Sisters in Paris!) was in 2011, in the spring. Now as spring arrives, I long for those cobbled streets of the St. Germaine area and the smell of baked pastries and bread that would wake me up at 3am from the boulangerie below my apartment. I’m planning to go back soon, and when I do, I want to take in a little of the French countryside.
My French Country Home is a lovely blog I follow, and most definitely for those who love French home décor, French antiques; French food, and everything in between! I wanted to share this blog post I came across today that walks us through a stunning restoration in the south of France. Enjoy!
La Chateau de Moissac – My French Country Home
“Come with me and tour the magical Chateau de Moissac in the south of France. This stunning property was built in the 17th century, and today it belongs to Marie Christine and Louis Cavaglioni who have restored it in the most remarkable way, with incredible attention to detail and respect for the building.”