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A rose by any other name

Strasbourg is full of flower shops.

Au nom de la rose diffusion, located on rue du 22 novembre, is a favorite of mine. The sidewalk is often covered with scattered rose petals. I feel like a princess or a bride when I walk just in front of this flower shop. My three girls adore the rose petals and enjoy smelling the beautiful flowers that are always found outside. It is certain that this delightful flower shop understands how to make an impression on potential customers.

It’s a flower shop that attracts you with subtle charm and captures you in romance.

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  • Johanna Lam May 4, 2006, 8:06 am

    I like youre photo’s very much and feel sorry that you use such a tiny font that i can’t read what youre writing, not even the links and nom my own comment. Maybe you could look on someone else’s computer how it looks like, its always different from what you see on youre working-area. Good-Luck, Johanna

  • Pumpkin - Alsace photoblog May 4, 2006, 10:55 am

    I am sorry Johanna. I didn’t realize that it was a problem. I think it may be the template and will have to shop for another one, but I hope not since this one is very nice.

    I will ask my mother to look at my website and if it is fine on her old computer it may be something else??? I will have to investigate. Thank you.

    Mark, Hello! My name isn’t Johanna (Johanna had made a comment earlier). My name is Tracy. I am happy you enjoy the pictures. Strasbourg is just beautiful! We enjoyed a nice day in the city today and my feet feel it :) But, it is worth it to see Strasbourg.

  • Mark Wallace May 4, 2006, 4:33 pm

    HI Johanna? Love the photos, this is my first vist and it will not be the last. Great job.

  • Perle de Rosée May 10, 2006, 6:22 am

    By the first look I have thought it was a book-shop and the cause of this is the name of the shop which sounds like the name of a book of Umberto Eco.

  • Pumpkin, Alsace photoblog May 10, 2006, 7:53 am

    Now that you say that Perle De Rosée, it does look like a book shop :)

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