Last weekend my family and I visited Moret-sur-Loing, a breathtaking médiéval village in the Fontainebleau forest with a rich history. Legend has it that Julius Caesar’s army passed through the village. Impressionist painter Alfred Sisley lived in Moret-sur-Loing and I’m not at all surprised that it also served as inspiration for Monet and Renoir. I have to thank my friend Philippe Engammare, an awesome Parisian chef who makes house calls, for suggesting Moret-sur-Loing to me! This perfect little village is so beautiful, very relaxing and only 1 hour from Paris!
The detail in the wood is amazing!
The doors in Moret-sur-Loing are simply magnifique!
no cars or motorcycles allowed,
parked cars will be towed,
maximum 20 km per hour for cars, motorcycles and pedestrians,
no dogs allowed – not even on a leash
Typical France! So many rules!
This is an art school for music , dance, theater, sculpting… Established in 1901.
This mailbox says :
No junk mail please
I’m too small, I can’t digest it…
The following photos are of la façade François 1er, named after my favorite French king.
Merci beaucoup, Philippe!
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