Saturday, 11 November 2006

Caryatids Montpellier

Carytids, or the ladies of Cheltenham as they are sometimes known, are the stone, female figures seen gracing the architecture of the city. This is Montpellier, an area of Cheltenham loved for its designer shops, smart Georgian townhouses and beautiful gardens. There are many bars and restaurants with tables outside, encouraging a thriving cafe society.

3 comments:

James said...

looks worth a visit.
happy holidayish day

Rose said...

Hi Lynn
Nice post as usual :)
I sent you an email to the girly account...sorry but I couldn't find the other one you asked me to use...

Sandi McBride said...

Good evening Lynn, I'm over from Davids Sunday Roast...I was promised Yorkshire Pudding..there will be Yorkshire Pudding won't there? I of course enlarged the photo of the Ladies, it's been so many years since I was able to see them "in person" and it is a very nice photo...enjoyed learning about you in your answer to the Roast questions. Is that pudding ready yet?
Sandi