July 26, 2009

{ hidden secret part 1 }

 

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First of all the plum tart was delicious  !!!  It’s not today’s subject but I couldn’t resist sharing a little photo with you … I will “come back” with a recipe pretty soon . 

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Now it is about time for a massive photo attack from our  most recent adventure … This little escape in the delightful countryside of Aude is  particularly dedicated to my sweet friend and etsy fellow indiepreneur Julia … every steps I walked, I felt like I was holding your hand ... and Julia, if your toes and feet are hurting for some sudden and unexplained reason, you now have the explanation as we have been  traveling up hill and down dale all day long :)

This mysterious destination is … Rennes le chateau … a charming hilltop village of southwestern France, the nerve center of  innumerable conspiracy theories,  related to the visigoths,  the idea of Templars and Cathars , Marie Madeleine and hidden secrets. Thousands of people climb to the isolated village of Rennes-le-Chateau each year, following the publication of books such as Holy Blood, Holy Grail and, later, The Da Vinci Code ….  drawn by the mystery surrounding the priest Berenger Sauniere and his unexplained riches.

  The Wikipedia article on the village gives a fairly good summary of its history and the growth of its pseudo-or-not myth.

If you ever find yourself in the neighborhood, you should absolutely make the detour…

The site is not only gorgeous and magical but also surrounding with a strong hard-to-define aura. And the view is just breathtaking.  As there is a lot to be seen and  a lot I want to share with you, I divided this little virtual trip in different sections.  Ok, put your best walking shoes on, take your sunglasses, a  (preferably funny or cute  )  hat, a bottle of water …and let’s go for partie 1, just imagine you are arriving on the site, after a car ride in the country, quite a few bends in road to reach the village …you get off your car and discover the magnifique view , and the surrounding area of the village .

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First PART fin

 

And let me officially introduce you to … Monsieur et Madame La marquise ….

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ready for part 2 ?

14 commentaires:

Flor Larios Art said...

Wow! That is a beautiful place. Love the photo of the window.

Simply Mel said...

Sabine,

You and your Mister are such the cute couple!

Thank you for taking us along with you on this fabulous journey...just from the photos, you can sense the magic that is there. Beautiful!

Looking forward to part deux!

Melissa

Jacqueline said...

Thanks so much for popping over to see me and commenting....it's lovely to look at your post as I go to France quite a lot.. I know quite a few people with houses over there so it was lovely to take a photographic walk with you !!! Will be back to visit often. XXXX

drollgirl said...

oh, how fantastic!!!

and i can't stop thinking about that TART! it looks divine! :)

Keith said...

Wow! Beautiful photos. I loved them all. This is my first time visiting your blog. I really like it.

Dustjacket Attic said...

I'm ready for part 2!

I just loved the photo's, I adore exploring and this way I could kind of come along too.

You both look so sweet.

I loved your etsy pieces, really nice. I always profile different Etsy sellers every day, so will definitely do yours now.

Thank you so much for dropping by "The Attic" do come again and thank you for your lovely comment too :)

xxx DJ

Blueberry Park said...

Simply stunning, Sabine. I'm going to come back and drool over them again later, when I have a bit more time. Part 2, oh yes, please :-) x

My name is PJ. said...

Sabine, It's such a beautiful place, steeped in history! I feel like I went on a mini vacation! Am I ready for part two? Mais oui!

julia kirsten said...

thank you my dear friend! Many big kisses to you in making my day! I hope you don't mind I might post a few of your photos in thanks on my next post! I've become a bit of a lazy blogger lately, but this is quite the treat to write about :) xo

Kristin said...

WOW. What beauty!

Rodney said...

Great photos Sabine I love the place where the two of you are standing.

Kellie Collis said...

The plum tart looks absolutely divine! x

naphtali said...

How beautiful! Thanks for the "escape".

Alicia said...

What a scenic tour you presented. Thanks for letting me tag along. My feet are tired. Lets go quench our thirst!!!

 
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