Yesterday, hubby took us to the Netherlands, to a harbour town called Breskens on the Westerschelde (Western Scheldt), in the municipality of Sluis (province of Zeeland). It's marked A on the Google map and it's where the Scheldt river flows into the North Sea. (Antwerp is the largest city on the banks of the Scheldt. I think it's my duty as a citizen of
Vlissingen, which we visited in July; its skyline is in the top photo.
So, hubby didn't exactly take us to Paris. However, at the café/restaurant we went to I got a very good latte macchiato and there was a Paris sign on that hanger (see photo below). I guess that counts for something. wink
On our way to Breskens we spotted a pumpkin market and decided to stop there on our way back home so I could take photos. It's called De Heidebloem and is located in a small Dutch town called IJzendijke, south of Breskens, close to the Belgium borders. It was such a charming and lovely place.
All these pumpkins helped me feeling the autumn beat. I even woke up very early this morning and made spice bread (loaf) for the children to bring to school. And I put on my fingerless gloves before bicycling with the children. A pretty autumnal start of the day, eh?
Have a fine day!
photo credit: Lisa Hjalt