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  • We made it To Paris FranceBooked the tickets way in advance I found charter airline that runs from LAX to CDG for less than $800. The kids were so excited to go and see friends all over Europe. Leaving LAX at night and arriving Paris Posted by NAGATTRAVEL in TRAVELING WITH KIDS | Dec 5, 2016
  • StrasbourgThey don't call Strasbourg the capital of Christmas markets for nothing......there are 9 different markets in the central area of the city, including La Petite France, the old part of the city and cathedral area. It's the oldest Christmas Posted by missymabel in Bavaria Bound....again! | Dec 3, 2016
  • Medieval Market and then on the RoadChecked out of Stuttgart and drove about 15 minutes to Esslingen to visit their Christmas market. Saw a huge hillside with vineyards that basically surround the city. And, yes, that meant more gluhwein, this time at noon! Posted by missymabel in Bavaria Bound....again! | Dec 1, 2016
  • Part 2 Reflection 2016REFLECTION [img= Posted by Cindygad in Exploring new and old places | Nov 22, 2016
  • Vacation to PicardyThe land of France is known for its amazing architecture. The Gothic style of architecture came into being in 1140’s and prevailed until the 1500’s. It is said to be a transition from the late Romanesque architecture, basically adapted in Posted by golflailette in Explore Amazing France | Nov 16, 2016
  • En octobre...Au pays des Fées...la Bretagne===Pour commencer la mysticité d'un matin brumeux en route vers la forêt de Paimpont=== [img=http://photos.travellerspoin Posted by laurence.beule in A few days outside of Paris every month | Nov 11, 2016
  • En septembre.....dans le sud de la France en Occitanie==A la villa Vanille== ==Nos 15km le long de la plage== [img= Posted by laurence.beule in A few days outside of Paris every month | Nov 6, 2016
  • A Year in ProvenceCrisp, starlit nights melt into misty dawns. A chorus of song birds awakes us to another glorious day. The clocks have lost an hour and Halloween is upon us, but we still bask every day under the warm Mediterranean sun. Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Nov 2, 2016
  • The Markets of the LuberonWe thought that we had written enough about French markets over the years, but that was before we came to the Luberon. There is at least one market every day, except Mondays, in the villages of this region and many Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Nov 1, 2016
  • The Villages of the Luberon.To walk the narrow cobblestone streets of the Luberon's many medieval villages is to stroll though history. It is a living, breathing museum where everyday life carries on in surroundings that have changed little for many hundreds or, in some Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Oct 31, 2016
  • The Colours of the LuberonFall is a colourful time of the year in most parts of the Northern hemisphere but there is something special about the colours of the Luberon in Provence. Artists and photographers from around the world extol the luminescence that Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Oct 30, 2016
  • J'arrive!'Arriver' is one of those verbs that is used all the time. At first, I was wondering how so many people could be 'arriving' so much! I mean, it occurred constantly in conversation, and when I had initially just, well, Posted by mzemliak in Parlez-vous Français? | Oct 28, 2016
  • Les VisiteursGiven that much of my time here has focused on trying new foods, eating well, learning how to cook French meals, shopping for food, prepping food, etc,... it seems appropriate that the last couple of days focused on, well, yet Posted by mzemliak in Parlez-vous Français? | Oct 27, 2016
  • One Last TourAs this was the last weekend, Myriam and Thierry felt a trip to Strasbourg was in order, and who was I to refuse? Strasbourg is an Alsatian city very close to the border of Germany. Within its 'Petite France' quarter Posted by mzemliak in Parlez-vous Français? | Oct 27, 2016
  • Goodbyes 101As I contemplate more goodbyes this week, I am reminded of the various ways I've heard the French bid goodbye to each other here. Many encounters end with 'Bonne journée,' (when it is still daylight) or 'Bonne soirée' (when you Posted by mzemliak in Parlez-vous Français? | Oct 26, 2016
  • Food Glorious FoodWe are back in France for the umpteenth time and you would think that by now we would have got used to all the fabulous food. But Sunday mornings mean only one thing to most French people and it is Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Oct 25, 2016
  • Bittersweet GoodbyesToday would be my final encounter at Myriam's school, teaching her and Vincent's classes one last time. It certainly was a morning of surprises. When all the kids filed in after recess mid-morning, they were guided to sit in Posted by mzemliak in Parlez-vous Français? | Oct 23, 2016
  • Nicely done, Nice. In 1984 my mum and dad found themselves in Nice in the middle of their European coach tour, without the requisite visas. The tour left them behind to sort out the paperwork, and they then needed to make their own Posted by apostrophewoman in Oh My Giddy Aunt | Oct 21, 2016
  • The White WolfThe last couple of classes have been evaluation-oriented, with all of us doing practice exams to give students some idea of whether they are making the progress that's required for them to pass the final exams in order to be Posted by mzemliak in Parlez-vous Français? | Oct 20, 2016
  • Lingering a little longer in LyonSaturday lived up to its promise as the best day we'd had in Lyon weather wise. We had wanted to take the funicular to Fourvière to visit the Basilica and the Roman ruins, and waiting until Saturday certainly paid off. Posted by apostrophewoman in Oh My Giddy Aunt | Oct 18, 2016
  • Riding beside the quenelleGiven I was a bit behind on the blogging, I tried to make a concerted effort this weekend to address that. The weather cooperated on Saturday by being poor but on Sunday, we were treated to a beautiful sunny day, Posted by mzemliak in Parlez-vous Français? | Oct 18, 2016
  • A(nother) Meal to RememberWith my new teaching routine, Fridays are now quite full. Today, I learned how to play the longstanding French game,' jeu des 7 familles,' so that I could lead some of the younger classes in playing it with English cards. Posted by mzemliak in Parlez-vous Français? | Oct 17, 2016
  • Just A SmatteringAside from going to French class, at which we played a game where we had to generate sentences using passé composé, my focus was on catching up with some blogging. I also made the family a small carrot cake, something Posted by mzemliak in Parlez-vous Français? | Oct 17, 2016
  • Catalunya, Languedoc, and Provence best of lists===Six months have gone by since this trip, which is enough time to gain perspective and compare it objectively to our Adriatic road trip. While it was an amazing month and overall better food than we had around the Adriatic, Posted by zzlangerhans in Babies in backpacks | Oct 16, 2016
  • What's That You Said?Over the course of these months, I've come to recognize some of the common words and expressions (and even sounds!) used over and over in everyday language here. I'll try to explain what they mean, or what they CAN mean, Posted by mzemliak in Parlez-vous Français? | Oct 16, 2016
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