It’s Bastille Day today, so I’m heading to France for today’s #treesquare.
Who says that tree-houses are just for kids?
What if I told you there was a champagne bar seven metres above the ground in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of the Montagne de Reims in Verzy? A bar that you could only reach by a series of wooden walkways and suspension bridges?
The place is the Perching Bar and your admission fee includes a glass of the bubbly stuff.
Want to know more? Check out this post from a few years ago…
I’m linking up with Becky this month for her tree squares challenge where we post photos of trees, any trees, in square format. You’ll find Becky’s most recent post here. Oh, and given that I’m pretty much posting daily and you’ll probably get bored with pictures of trees in square formats, feel free to skim on by – I won’t be offended.
Many of us are doing the same things, square trees, and yet, they are so different. Thanks for sharing. I love the glass of wine. Have a great week, Jo.
Oh my goodness! What a fabulous idea – a treehouse bar! Love it! It looks like so much fun!
Jo, I’m thinking that the trip up to the treehouse might be fun, but oh my, the way back might be a bit tricky.
There was definitely more bounce on that suspension bridge… lol…
My kind of tree house, what fun – although guess you need to be careful how much bubbly you drink before you ‘bounce’ back along the bridge!!
A treehouse bar!!! I’m totally IN!
That would be a fun tree house to visit.
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