The last stop on our tour of France was Eze. Eze is a beautiful, charming little place.
The part we saw was nestled on the side of a mountain. The view was gorgeous.
We went into an old castle that had been converted into a shopping center. All sorts of different shops were scattered all throughout the old castle.
Right as I snapped this picture......the woman that you see just jumped right in the way of my shot. (The nerve....)
Same thing happened here, only this time it was a man who got in my way. Apparently these people did not care that I was trying to take very important pictures to share with the tens of you reading this blog.
Finally, a shot without interruptions. This is a door to one of the shops. Isn't it quaint?
Seeing this old castle made me wonder who lived here long ago? And did they have any idea that one day their home would turn into shops for tourists
Flowers were growing all through out the castle. They were gorgeous! (As you can see, Melissa did get in the way of this photo too, but that is okay, because I love her.) ;)
I zoomed in so that you could see the flowers more clearly. Aren't they romantic?
Here I am sitting on the wall of a castle in Eze, France. That just sounds made up, doesn't it?
And here is Melissa doing the same thing. Isn't the view wonderful?
Here you can see a church peeking out of the castle walls. The yellow of the church is so striking against the blue sky and all of the surrounding greenery.
Here you can see more of the castle walls, and if you look closely will you see two crosses peeking out of a cemetery on the castle grounds.
Please feel free to completely ignore me in this next picture, but I just cannot help myself. These cars completely crack me up.
Well, that is all I have of our time in France folks, but you know what that means....The next post will be full of more posing and dinner nonsense.;)