We’ve done some traveling this month and this week so for our final photo, let’s hop back to the lovely village of Plombières-les-Bains. If you’ve been following my blog for some years, you’ve seen and read about this but just a brief review. Les Bains means “the baths”, referring to the hot water springs discovered by the Romans. We didn’t try the baths (really, really hot water just doesn’t sound exciting in the middle of a hot summer), but we returned a number of times to enjoy the various things to see and eat. This is a glimpse of a garden we saw while climbing one set of the steep steps leading from the main commercial part of the city to where our vehicle was parked on a much higher street. With great exercise comes great beauty, Grasshopper.

Becky and Jude, thanks for hostessing these two challenges once again. It’s been fun.

Comments
  1. Wishing you safety during your travels.

  2. Dan Antion says:

    Bright and easy on the eyes.

  3. Ally Bean says:

    With great exercise comes great beauty, Grasshopper.

    Oh I do love that line, rather motivational. I’ll try to remember it.

  4. Heyjude says:

    Very pretty. I have enjoyed all your pinks this month Janet. I wonder what you will find for May.
    Jude xx

  5. So soft and dainty. I have a new appreciation for flowers now, as I try to grown my own. I hope one day my blooms might be half as brilliant.

  6. BeckyB says:

    what a lovely way to finish – and I’d love to get in the baths. Not hot here at all, could do with some warming up!

  7. Hi, Janet, I appreciate the Grasshopper quote, too! Lovely flowers! 🌞

  8. Resa says:

    Very pretty! Lovely shot, Janet!

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