Why Daisy Came to France

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While I was away on holidays, MyFrenchLife, a global community of French and francophiles connecting like-minded people in English & French, published a post that I wrote about Daisy who runs a Treasure Hunt at the Louvre Museum called THatLou. I found her story fascinating and I’m sure you will too!

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Why Daisy Came to France

Although all Daisy’s early connections were with Italy, her admiration of novelist Honoré de Balzac, film producer François Truffaut and photographer Henri Cartier-Besson took her to France, where she fell instantaneously head-over-heels with the City of Light.       

Daisy and I had several exchanges via Twitter before we finally met at a pretend picnic on the grass near the Tuileries Gardens. We were participating in a film shoot at the request of our friend and fellow blogger, Abby Gordon, for House Hunters International. Read more

 

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7 Responses to Why Daisy Came to France

  1. Jill says:

    I have read about Daisy’s business venture at the Louvre. I think the concept is very clever and I wish her the very best !

  2. Jill,
    How very kind of you! I have my fingers crossed I can quit my job in lieu of THATLou soon!
    Kind regards,
    Daisy

  3. ROSEMARY!
    Have been missing from the internet for a few days so didn’t catch this but what a DELIGHT to see now – and what a pleasant visit we had that morning before the city woke up.
    Thank you lots.
    xx
    D

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