Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Lock&Love

Today we wandered the streets of Paris. Going down St. Germain's street. The street art is so crafty and artistic. Such a fun sight to see. We went to the bridge on this side of town (merely cause the other is so packed). The idea behind the bridge is to write you and your lovers name on a padlock. Then you attach it to the bridge and throw the key in the river. Such a beautiful idea. My two favorite love birds made use of their time and bought a pad lock also. So precious. Tate and Ty decided to mark their love on the bridge too (such weirdos)
...banana byte la crepes, unique street grafitti, Paris kisses... Does it get any better? No, no way Jose!

13 comments:

  1. I love the locks on the bridge idea!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  2. Great pics!! Thanks for your coment on my blog,you say you're following me but you don't appear on my followers list :( Can you check it? I'll be so glad to follow each others :)

    xx
    vivesolosondosdias.blogspot.com

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  3. Hi Robyn, thank you for your sweet comment!
    Paris!!! I have never been there but I want to (some day).....enjoy the time with your family, the Art, the food (macarons! yam), the atmosphere....!

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  4. I like your blog , I follow you, I hope you follow me too!!xoxo

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  5. This is so cool, lovely pics =)

    Thank you so much for stopping by my blog.

    XO, Adropofbliss.blogspot.com

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  6. Wonderful pictures...I do love Paris :)) Thanks so much for stopping by my blog..I appreciate it. I hope you have a wonderful day! xx

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  7. wow, Paris! So jealous! You must have had sooo much fun. Would love if you'd check out my blog too!

    www.unkitsch.blogspot.com

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  8. perfect post :)
    thanks for your lovely comment on my blog :) wanna follow each other?

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  9. Great pictures!!

    xoxo

    http://yosivoyalamoda.blogspot.com.es/

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  10. The locks on a bridge is such a cute idea! I love all the pictures you are taking in Paris :) Hope you are having a marvelous time. Miss you!

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  11. Ohh I've seen pictures of this bridge everywhere... so cool you were actually there! That crepe looks a m a z i n g.

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  12. I love that there's a lock from '87... that's 25 years ago! I wonder how old the oldest lock on there is?

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