A Taste of France at Bryant Park

A Taste of France was an event held at Bryant Park in New York City on September 28th and 29th, 2013.

A Taste of France était un événement qui a prix lieu au Bryant Park à New York le 28 et 29 septembre 2013.

There were many stands that provided one with the opportunity to explore the French lifestyle, technology, fashion, beauty, cuisine, wine and spirits.

Il y avait beaucoup de stands qui offraient les opportunités d’explorer la mode de vie, la technologie, la mode, la beauté, la cuisine, le vin et les spiritueux français.

Taste of France 2Over the weekend around 100,000 people attended.  Usually, on a normal weekend, only 25,000 people go to Bryant Park.

Cent milles personnes étaient attendues sur les deux jours.  Il passe au Bryant Park environ 25,000 personnes dans un weekend normal.

I walked around and sampled food, wine and calvados.  Delicious!

Je me suis promené et dégusté la nourriture, le vin et le calvados.  Délicieux!

My beautiful pictureMy beautiful pictureI liked watching the hot air balloon.  It would go up and down.

J’aimé regarder la montgolfière.  Il montait et descendait.

My beautiful pictureMy beautiful pictureMy beautiful pictureMy beautiful pictureThere was French music.

Il y avait de la musique française.

My beautiful pictureThere was good food.

Il y avait de la bonne nourriture.

Taste of France 4Taste of France 7French bulldogs

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4 Responses to A Taste of France at Bryant Park

  1. Délicieux indeed! How does ‘French Bulldog’ translate in French? (I’m curious, because it’s one of my husband’s favorite dog breeds.) 🙂

  2. Taste of French @ Bryant Park! Wow!
    Luv that park now! Big changes past 15 yr’s
    Ice skating rink/ Holiday wonderland
    Broadway actors Friday’s summer
    Mini performances.
    Coffee, ice cream, too much
    To comment about!
    Great job Mr. Gerard!

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