Even more from Cahors ......... October 31, 2010 Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email I am sure they had every herb and spice you could think of, and many many more!And a splendid variety of teas too. LEON GAMBETTA (1838-1882), French statesman, was born in Cahors on the 2nd of April 1838. Yes this really is a donkey with them!!I thought I was seeing things at first... 2010 Cahors France Markets Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email Comments Welshcakes Limoncello31 October 2010 at 16:40Your pics make me want to be there! Love the donkey.ReplyDeleteOla31 October 2010 at 17:21splendid market!ReplyDeleteScintilla31 October 2010 at 18:26Oh I want to be there to!!ReplyDeleteLindyLouMac31 October 2010 at 19:58Me to! I need to look on a map and see if it is feasible to visit Cahors on a drive back to the UK sometime. What day of the week is the market Anne?ReplyDelete~*~ saskia ~*~31 October 2010 at 20:39These are some lovely mosaics, Anne. Lovely color combination! Have a happy new week. xxxxReplyDelete"All things French"31 October 2010 at 21:41amazing to see that donkey ~ I would have felt like I was in the movies.Lovely little green vegs in the very top pic ~ they look like baby zuchinni's. very cute.Have a safe week ~Dianne~ReplyDeleteElisa @ Globetrotting in Heels1 November 2010 at 06:08What a gorgeous market! The sight of all those fabulous veggies and fruits (peaches!! I LOVE peaches!!) is making me hungry :-)Did you buy anything? The tea stand looked really tempting.Cahors looks lovely! I'm going to look up its location right now to see how far it is from us :-)ReplyDeleteCathy1 November 2010 at 06:42Thanks for sharing more photos of this truly lovely market full of goodies!ReplyDeleteBarbara1 November 2010 at 12:56Hi Anne,Oh my, the food!!Food is one thing that everyone agrees is so good in France.:) :)I am just catching up with your last posts.And I LOVE that that pic!!xoReplyDeleteEllee Seymour1 November 2010 at 19:35It all looks so perfect!ReplyDeleteA Tale of Two Cities2 November 2010 at 04:53How fun! I want to go shopping with you. So colorful--much better than a shopping mall or a High street.DebiReplyDeleteKcomeKarolina2 November 2010 at 15:15oh! i love french and itaian markets :Di just bumped into your blog! so interesting!xoxoK.http://kcomekarolina.blogspot.com/ReplyDeleteJenny2 November 2010 at 17:44I appreciate this walk through this wonderful market..it is a unique treat when out my window right now it is so dry and yellow. Blessings to you!ReplyDeletekoralee3 November 2010 at 02:40What fun....I so wish I was there...instead of here right now.I love that market! Hugs my friend. xoxoReplyDeleteLinda3 November 2010 at 06:27Aren't French markets just the greatest? What a wonderful tradition.ReplyDeleteKitty M3 November 2010 at 10:24So lovely to 'meet you' Anne - thank you for popping by Dolliedaydream and how fantatsic you have also been to the Midi Pyrenees! We've actually been offered the opportunity to return full time (!!) and work for our friends next year in Entraygues so lots to think about this weekend :-) I'll have a good read through your blog and see where else you have been - kisses Kitty xxxReplyDeleteMademoiselle Poirot4 November 2010 at 17:29Those market pictures are wonderful, how I wish I could be there right now... xReplyDeleteFood, Fun and Life in the Charente5 November 2010 at 20:05Oops , think I missed this post, great photos and I love the donkey. DianeReplyDeleteJM6 November 2010 at 14:31All shots are great but the spice and tea mosaic really caught my attention. Great post!ReplyDeleteAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Thank you to everyone for commenting, it certainly makes my day. A pleasure to see everyone of you. Old and New.. Blogging not only opens up the world but gives us new friends.