Tuesday, December 11, 2012

V is for...

ventana which means w i n d o w in Spanish. This particular one was found in France, where there is a tiny Santa Claus  village near Geneva open all year 'round: Le Hameau du Père Noël.  French site is here, facebook site is here .  


  
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15 comments:

  1. Great word for V and a charming picture.

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  2. So pretty and apt for the season!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  3. Beautifully decorated window.

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  4. Now that's a Window to look into !!

    PhenoMenon, ABCW Team

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  5. Even better, you can use it again next week! ;-)

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  6. One of the things I remember from HS French is I open the window, in the first lesson, and venetre (or something like it) was window!

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  7. I think this is so festive--they are definately in the Spirit!

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  8. this is a Christmassy window...a delight to carolers.:p

    V is for...

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  9. In the 80ties we spent a week in Geneva, but didn't know about Santana. This window is so cute!

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  10. I like the way you worked in the V word and showed the lovely shutters in your photo.

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  11. In the Philippines, we have so many words of spanish origin,. We called window Bintana, which is derived from Ventana. Very clever choice!

    V is for..
    Rose, ABC Wednesday Team

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