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  • Paris 2014===Les deux sœurs voyagents ensemble à Paris=== Our second trip to Paris had us joining Laura and Michael for 2 days. They visited for 5 days but over the weekend we were able to show them some of our favourite sites Posted by Tiki Touring in Tiki Touring | Sep 7, 2014
  • VilleFrance We cruise in to VilleFrance this morning. We head up to the buffet and have a quick look and realise it just is not the place to eat. We then go to Blu, a healthy alternative restaurant that Posted by CFCCEurope in Perth to Istanbul | Sep 7, 2014
  • The International Experience!I have time to actually sit down and write a post this morning, but I'm planning on going downtown today to go all super-tourist and take a bunch of pictures so you all can see a bit of Besançon. Posted by NKammerer in Où je me trouve… | Sep 7, 2014
  • We made it!We left Bamawm at 7:10am and arrived in Paris at 6:50am. Almost 32 hours of travel (20 in the air) sees us in Paris. Still chuckling to ourselves every time we think of it. The two flights were very smooth with Posted by rca3561 in Vic and Rod's Northern Sojourn | Sep 6, 2014
  • Destination Paris....We arrived at the airport with heaps of time up our sleeve. We settled in for a late breakfast and sat and relaxed for the first time in weeks (or so it has seemed) Bon was pretty impressed at the size Posted by rca3561 in Vic and Rod's Northern Sojourn | Sep 6, 2014
  • Final leg to UKWe decided to do the Luxembourg, Belgium and France over night as this is less inspiring than Italy and Switzerland we had a few hours rest in Luxembourg until some Chavs decided to do their sound off's from their Posted by Ni-Kath-travels in On the road | Sep 6, 2014
  • Le Sud 4Orange has one of the last active roman theatre. Opera, plays and concert are performed to this day. The wall is 2000 years old and still standing after invasion and war! how crazy is that? After the visit we had diner in Posted by mcgoubi in The Foodies | Sep 5, 2014
  • Swimming in the AtlanticNothing drove home the fact that we were across the ocean than swimming in the Atlantic. On Sunday, we spent the day at the Famous beach in Biarritz, France. It was huge! I took too many photos. The beach had Posted by GiseleTravels in Gisele's Trip to Europe | Sep 5, 2014
  • A Weekend in the SouthDisclaimer: Just to clear up any confusion, due to having limited internet access while I was in France and Spain, these entries are being posted despite having already returned to the states. They were written already, but adding the photos Posted by GiseleTravels in Gisele's Trip to Europe | Sep 5, 2014
  • Friday was our last chance to see AvignonIt was our last full day in France, and we didn’t rush at anything too quickly. The girls wanted a last minute bit of shopping and Marg traipsed round after them. Meanwhile, I took a trial run out to the train Posted by Touringteamf in Our Trip to the Other Side of the World | Sep 5, 2014
  • Thursday we headed for the hillsToday was about exploring the region east of Avignon, renowned for hilltop villages, lavender, vineyards and olive groves. We were in the car and on the road by 10.00 am. Lunch and grapes packed up for the day ahead. We headed for Posted by Touringteamf in Our Trip to the Other Side of the World | Sep 5, 2014
  • From Paris With LoveWednesday Ok, so Wednesday was my favorite day too lol! Why you ask? Because we got to see the Catacombes! Anyone who knows me, knows I love scary stuff. That explains why we proceeded to wait damn near 4 hours to Posted by GiseleTravels in Gisele's Trip to Europe | Sep 4, 2014
  • France days 14-16 - Corsica days 1-3Alas, it is time for the final stage of our grand adventure: ten days in Corsica followed by Italy for two days (surprise - another country!) as we make our way back to Paris to fly home. Corsica is an Posted by Bredwardz in Bredwardz on the Road | Sep 4, 2014
  • From Paris With LoveSunday The first day in Paris was overwhelming. We got off the plane and made our way to Charlene's sisters place to freshen up briefly before we went to the Eiffel Tower. I was still trying to wrap my mind around Posted by GiseleTravels in Gisele's Trip to Europe | Sep 3, 2014
  • First Morning Fog8 AM leaving Livenhac le Haut (near Decazeville) in the morning fog. Rolling hills reminds Vivian of Tuscany or Provence w/o olive trees or grape vines. Walking through single track paths, farm roads, narrow country roads on the GR 65 Posted by CraigVivian in Craig & Vivian Walk the Camino | Sep 3, 2014
  • Wednesday we headed for the MediterraneanHi excitement. We’re off to the beach. Originally we thought we might go to Nice, but that’s 3 hours away, so we decided to just head for Marseille, just over an hour away. We made our lunch, and headed south. We Posted by Touringteamf in Our Trip to the Other Side of the World | Sep 3, 2014
  • Three Days in BesançonI have had a bit of trouble with technology and wifi connections, so I apologize for the delay of my first post. I still don't have my own connection, so I am writing this in the library. Starting Posted by NKammerer in Où je me trouve… | Sep 3, 2014
  • Tuesday was explore Avignon dayToday was explore Avignon day. The historic part of Avignon is totally enclosed by 4 km of city walls, located on the east side of the Rhone. Avignon and the east side of the Rhone were once ruled by Italy, Posted by Touringteamf in Our Trip to the Other Side of the World | Sep 2, 2014
  • Keeping up our R.E. These 3 cathedrals are just a bit bigger & older than St. Patricks..........we were able to attend services at St Pauls & West Minster Abbey in London & Notre Dame in Paris. They were absolutely awesome. The service at West Posted by hcanderson in Europe 2014 | Aug 23, 2014
  • Monday we ventured out into the surrounding districtsA bit slow to arise on a stunning Avignon morning. We had breakfast, and I shot down to the “supermarche”, got supplies for lunch, and dinner. We made a picnic lunch and headed out in our rental (Audi) bound for Posted by Touringteamf in Our Trip to the Other Side of the World | Sep 2, 2014
  • France days 12-13By Sunday, Aunt Barbara was ready for a rest, so Uncle Chris was stuck putting up with the American contingent for the day (or, if you know him, you might ask: was it the other way around??!) Obviously we had Posted by Bredwardz in Bredwardz on the Road | Sep 1, 2014
  • Le Sud 3Ahh Cannes...it's bay and it's celebrities... not that big of a deal actually compared to the bay of Nice! haha! Still, we stopped at the Martinez hotel where a lot of actors stay during the Cannes film festival. The head Posted by mcgoubi in The Foodies | Sep 1, 2014
  • Le Sud 2Aigues-Morte was only 30min away from Arles in Camargue which is a bit of the Wild West of France. It is like a big national park: you can see wild horses running far away as well as pink flamingos. On the Posted by mcgoubi in The Foodies | Sep 1, 2014
  • Le SudWow! what an amazing week in the South East of France! It was a first for the both of us and it's incredible to still discover amazing places in your home country. The other incredible thing is to realise how different Posted by mcgoubi in The Foodies | Sep 1, 2014
  • To Genoa by train - first classAbout 2 hours by train with lots of tunnels and small towns along the way. We booked first class on the train on this leg - funny thing was that when I booked the journey the first and second class Posted by smilers2 in The Smilers Big OE | Sep 1, 2014
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