Confession time. I've had a severe case of writer's block since I returned from Europe. I think the problem is that I have so many ideas for posts, so many wonderful photos and so much I want to share that it is not coming together the way I would like it to!
So, in an effort to just start somewhere I thought I would do a non food post and share some photos of one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited. The famous and fabulous house and garden of Impressionist painter Claude Monet. I visited on a wet summer's morning which explains the slightly misty quality to some of the photos. (And the murky water!)
I have always loved Monet's work and visiting his home in the quaint town of Giverney was definitely a highlight of my trip.
Photos of the interior of the house are not permitted but the kitchen and dining room in particular are gorgeous. (The copper pot collection is To.Die.For.) There are photos online if you are interested.
I hope you enjoy and I promise there will be more food and travel posts coming very soon.