2.18.2009

Paris II






Thank you so much for the recommendations! I am so excited to go back to
Paris next year!
I definitely want to try macarons at Piere Herme & Laduree and
ice cream at
Amorino & Berthillon.

I think it's great idea to rent and ride a
scooter in Paris!
I want to do the same thing as
Audrey did.... Her husband rode a scooter and took her
anywhere she wanted to go for a whole day. It sounds fun and romantic!
Jennifer,
don't you wanna try this for your honeymoon?

9 comments:

Audrey said...

I am glad that you think riding scooter in Paris is a good idea. My husband and I plan to ride scooter in most of the cities in Europe! hahaha...
Paris is so big to visit with two feet and we didn't have time to look through every corner of Paris by just taking their Metro. That was why we rode scooter! The most incredible memories we have. The other time, we rode bicycle in Amsterdam 'cause this city is much smaller.
By the way, I forgot to introduce myself, I am a good friend of Chialin. She recommended me your website because she knows that I love watercolor very much. Ever since I visited your site, I have been addicted to it. Love your illustrations so so much. I think you should publish your artworks so more people get to see them! :-D

la trollette said...

All the former suggestions are perfect! (I totally agree for Pierre Hermé's macarons).
May I suggest to go to Musée du Quai Branly, too?
That's were I took the photo I send to Del4yo. It is not so far from the Eiffel Tower, you can go, no you MUST go from one to the other by foot.
Outside the museum is a great garden full of birds and flowers in spring, inside the museum you have great architecture and wonderfull colections of crafts from all around the world. And on top of the museum, you have a fine restaurant and a great view on the Eiffel Tower.

You can also go to Albert Kahn museum and gardens.
Wonderful place, a little outside Paris (but very easy to reach with the metro or bus or even scooter!)
http://www.albertkahn.co.uk/museum.html

Well, I think I talked enough for a first comment!
^_^*

outi said...

lovely colours.. delicious..

Jennifer said...

Fun drawings Natsumi :)
I absolutely think Audrey had the right idea...a scooter ride around Paris sounds like so much fun...but I think Tomory is too scared to do it!

notebookdoodles said...

lots the colors =)

❤sb

del4yo said...

I just love your colors :)

In Paris there is now a system of bike renting called velib'

You pick up a bike and then drop it on another location. It doesn't work perfectly but it can be real fun!

More about it in English

http://www.en.velib.paris.fr/comment_ca_marche

Hope you will like it :)

gyoza*girl said...

i love your work! your illustrations and use of colour are perfect together. i love macarons so i instantly fell in love with your france flag and the macarons of laduree and pierre herme. laduree is my favourite. thank you for inspiring me!

ps. your work looks similar to that on some stationery i purchased in japan a decade ago. have you done work for japanese stationery companies before? i wonder if it was yours? :)

n a t s u m i said...

Hi gyoza girl,
Thank you so much for your comment!!
I have never worked for japanese stationery company but I would love to one day!

Bethany said...

I love the "macarons" painting. I would buy it for my friend who loves Laduree but is diabetic.