April 03, 2018

"C" is for Café

The first French cafés opened in Paris in the 1600's but the iconic cane chairs and round tables found on so many of the city's pavements are especially well suited to the leisurely lifestyle of southern France. This empty café in Vieux Nice, Old Nice, was surely closed.

Café in Vieux Nice

Previous A to Z Posts:
"C" is for Chihuly Chandelier
"C" is for Cicchetti
"C" is for Chair


  1. Another interesting post for C! Would love to take a great book and sit at a cafe on a great April day.

    1. Thank you, Stepheny, wouldn't that be a wonderful way to spend the day!


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