12 November 2008

Eze Village - a narrow street

We didn't finish our tour of Eze, so today we are back, walking a narrow street on our way to the Jardin d'Exotique at the top of the village. Note the tree that seems to grow from nothing.

15 comments:

Nihal said...

Walking on narrow street always makes my heart flutter, I love that feeling. Because it's got a spirit, but not in avenues.

Small City Scenes said...

A Tree Growes in Eze......
Wonderful little alley. MB

Jim said...

Where is the tree coming from?

Kate said...

The stone walls really underscores its antiquity. The tree is a fine example of the tenacity of nature.

Virginia said...

I think an Eze Daily Photo Blog should be in your future! I don't want to leave. This little street is amazing.
V

JM said...

What a gorgeous street! The tree is amazing!

Marie-Noyale said...

A paved little street... beautiful stone walls..
This tree knows a Good place to live!

GeneMarine said...

These wonderful walled cities look like something out of Disney's animation studios. So picturesque and so uniform.

Let's get lost and find a place for lunch! C'est bon

Sharon said...

Now this is exactly the kind of narrow passage way that I just love to explore.

maria said...

I agree with Virginia - I would love a daily photo of Eze!

Jilly said...

Virginia and Maria, we'll stick with Eze for a good few days. Lots to show. But I really couldn't do a blog just for Eze - Menton and Monte Carlo and Riviera Dogs take up too much time as it is! I'll include Eze often tho. There are other villages near to Monaco - La Turbie and Cap d'Ail, both fascinating and of course Beaulieu.Keep me busy for years!

Anonymous said...

it's certainly picturesque. Looking forward to seeing what is at the end of this road. it's a very cozy feeling walkway.

Laurie said...

Jilly, I'm afraid when my family makes it to Monte Carlo they'll have to pull me away from virtually every nook and cranny of the place. It's so photogenic it makes my eyes water!

This is exquisite, Jilly. So many textures and what rich color.

Rambling Round said...

I love these narrow passageways.

crittoria said...

Beautiful stonework and brickwork! A testament to the craftsmanship of the locals.

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