can be found in Southern France. It is called Le Lavandin. Our stay here was pure bliss beautiful, restful, and delicious. My mother found this gem for the four of us to stay during our week in Southern France. You know how people say, “A picture is worth a thousand words?” Then please enjoy my pictures, but even … More A French home like no other…
Yes, it is true, I am in love. I’ve been in love with Monet for as long as I can remember. We each picked places we did not want to miss on our trip in France. My pick was Monet’s home in Giverny. Cathy was not feeling well this day so Mom, Dana and I took … More I Ieft My Heart in Giverny
Seems like forever since I was in Paris (1 week ago) so I wanted to share a few bits from our busy schedule. We used Uber everywhere and would have highly recommended it to all of you intending to go to Paris, but in light of the Taxi protests and burning of Uber cars, I … More Paris “must do” Tourist Explorations
Right next to the Eiffel Tower is the The River Seine. It is a lively place to walk along or take a boat ride. We took our boat ride at night and found a few nice surprises along the way. We saw lovers kissing, people dancing, groups partying together and floating bars. All this with the … More Tour The River Seine
Even the rain could not spoil the beauty of Notre Dame. Notre Dame is a tourist hot spot but shouldn’t be missed on a trip to Paris! Fun Fact: THE IMPOSTER SAINT By the mid-19th century Notre Dame was in need of a major face lift, so to save it from … More Cathédrale Notre Dame de Paris
I find myself staring upwards constantly to capture all the beauty of Paris buildings. These are just a few random pics to enjoy as I catch-up on blogging about our trip.
“No? No Bread?” said the waiter as he rolled his eyes at me! This was a funny first experience when ordering a hamburger without a bun the first night. I even showed the waiter my French celiac explanation of what celiacs can not eat but I think he still thought I was nuts. Luckily, the … More “Sans Gluten, no, no, impossible,” said the Frenchman