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  • Lyon Day #2 .......and the parting of the waysT oday is our last day as a foursome >>>> Sue and Bob are leaving for Nice and we for Paris, so we need to make the most of the day....out for a walkabout, we run into the Saturday market Posted by marcofisher in France and Spain 2015 | Oct 22, 2015
  • Paris Markets Part 2This is a lovely indoor market. It is small and, like all things in St. Germaine des Pres, classy and pricey. A short walk from Boulevard St. Germaine, I love the arches and the look of the architecture. If Posted by teethetrav in Tee the Trav | Oct 23, 2015
  • How many Châteaus?The escape south to find better weather worked, it still hadn't rained on us in France, touch wood. After we left the La Rochelle area, we turned toward one of those iconic French towns, Cognac. This whole part of France Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Oct 22, 2015
  • Paris MarketsI love Paris. I also love food, food markets, indoor and outdoor markets of all kinds. In my younger days, one of my favorite shopping experiences was going to the Englishtown Auction in New Jersey in the early hours of Posted by teethetrav in Tee the Trav | Oct 22, 2015
  • Onwards to Lyon ......the foodie capital of France Another one of those cold foggy mornings as leave the gite following a pleasant breakfast and conversation with the owners in his sun room. We decide to take a slower route to Lyon and continue our visit of the Posted by marcofisher in France and Spain 2015 | Oct 20, 2015
  • FranceDay. 24 continued. Airports seem to bring out the worst in people. Courtesy and kindness are left outside the building. Everyone is in a hurry to get through security. No one smiles or engages in any kind of acknowledgment Posted by debbep in Wanderlust is an incurable disease! | Oct 20, 2015
  • ...to Clermont Ferrand and Macon The end of our stay at Cabrerets has arrived and we are all ready and waiting for the house manager to give him the keys and get our 250E deposit back.....all is good ...we didn't bust anything, are within the Posted by marcofisher in France and Spain 2015 | Oct 19, 2015
  • MG Owners Club Tour Mallorca & Brittany 2015 (8)Driving north we crossed the mighty Saint-Nazaire Bridge which we remember crossing on our holidays in France in the 1970’s when it was first built. Then on to Auray to stay with our friends Dave & Marie in their second Posted by Tony and Penny in Tony and Pennys Travels | Oct 16, 2015
  • Cabrerets Day #5 > Peche Merle & Chateau de CenevieresMorning is cloudy but the crew is resolute and after breakfast yours truly drives Queenie, Annie and Bob to the Grotte de Peche Merle, a very short drive away, where they will visit the caves and the gimp will seek Posted by marcofisher in France and Spain 2015 | Oct 15, 2015
  • Last Day in ParisSleep had been restless – too many thoughts and memories rolling about inside my head. It was one of those nights were I wished my brain came with an ‘off’ switch. There was also some new weird sound reverberating in Posted by trav3l-bug in Endless Fernweh | Oct 14, 2015
  • Montmartre and GrandpaToday was Al’s first day at his conference. He left about 7:30 am. I lingered for a while. I had a walking tour booked for the Montmartre district, north of our hotel. There are some great walking tours here that Posted by trav3l-bug in Endless Fernweh | Oct 13, 2015
  • Day#4 > Saint Cirq LapopieThis morning as usual is foggy and cool and following breakfast Annie and I head out to do chores: recharge the phone minutes and find a bar with decent WIFI....mission accomplished we head back taking in a viewpoint: [img=http://photos.travellerspoint Posted by marcofisher in France and Spain 2015 | Oct 14, 2015
  • Cabrerets Day #3 > Cordes sur Ciel and AlbiHearty breakfast of eggs, bacon etc. prepared by yours truly and we are on our way with the sun starting to break through the fog......the day continues to get sunnier as we draw closer to Cordes sur Ciel. The drive Posted by marcofisher in France and Spain 2015 | Oct 14, 2015
  • Cabrerets Day #1 & 2Day #1 > Rest & Reorganization Our first day in Cabrerets dawns cool and foggy....no major sighseeing today as Annie and Queenie (Sue has taken on a new name) will rest and exercise the washer, while the boys will forage for Posted by marcofisher in France and Spain 2015 | Oct 13, 2015
  • MG Owners Club Tour Mallorca & Brittany 2015 (7)Our journey through France to Brittany was always going to be less dramatic than the Mallorca and the Pyrenees and we inevitably had to make use of some of the main roads. Wherever we could we stopped at small French Posted by Tony and Penny in Tony and Pennys Travels | Oct 13, 2015
  • Homps to CabreretsEveryone is up bright and early, light breakfast and much running around to sort everything out......we are on Le Boat's doorstep at 9AM on the nose, to return keys, settle up etc. and by 9:30 AM, we say goodbye Posted by marcofisher in France and Spain 2015 | Oct 12, 2015
  • Thanksgiving in ParisWe had a rather offensive start to the morning with the sound of a blaring car horn that wouldn’t stop. Who does that in a hotel area in the wee hours of the morning? Turns out, as rude as it Posted by trav3l-bug in Endless Fernweh | Oct 12, 2015
  • Canal du Midi > Days #5, 6 & 7A QUICK WORD TO ALL YOU PATIET BLOG READERS......WIFI HERE SUCKS THE BAG....AM NOW SITTING IN A BAR ITH DECENT INTERNET.....DON'T KNOW HOW MUCH TIME I WILL HAVE WITH1 TINY CUP OF JAVA . Day #5 Everyone is up bright and early Posted by marcofisher in France and Spain 2015 | Oct 11, 2015
  • Normandy to ParisTravel day. Pulled away at 5:30 am in the pitch black and no street lights. We also had to surrender our borrowed GPS so we pulled out the paper maps once again. We had paid quite a bit of money Posted by trav3l-bug in Endless Fernweh | Oct 11, 2015
  • Omaha BeachThis was our remnant day. What last minute things could we do to feel like we touched on as much as possible? We mulled over the options and narrowed it down to two outings – go back to Caen to Posted by trav3l-bug in Endless Fernweh | Oct 11, 2015
  • Juno Beach/Mont St MichelLast weekend two of the other exchange students stayed at my house so that we could go to Juno Beach. Julianna arrived on Friday night and Anthony met us at the beach. We took a guided tour with Anthony's host Posted by rachelkronk in Rachel's Rotary Blog | Oct 11, 2015
  • Gold BeachJoyeux anniversaire, mon Papa! (Happy Birthday, to my dad!) A few days ago Al took my picture holding a sign that we brought with us to wish him happy birthday. I held the sign in front of the iconic Maison Posted by trav3l-bug in Endless Fernweh | Oct 11, 2015
  • Pegasus Bridge and HonfleurWe woke up this morning with the sun steaming through our patio French doors (no pun intended). What a beautiful day for a road trip. We set out mid-morning with a much valued working GPS courtesy of our hosts. We Posted by trav3l-bug in Endless Fernweh | Oct 9, 2015
  • Canal du Midi > Days #3 & 4 The morning was dull, with clouds brooding....breakfast on board and we are off. Today we are facing only one single lock and this was encountered about a kilometer outside of Le Somail, last night's overnight stop. From here we Posted by marcofisher in France and Spain 2015 | Oct 8, 2015
  • Juno BeachStarted the day with a leisurely morning and a breakfast courtesy of Al - farm fresh eggs, thick cut bacon and toast. The bacon was so thick that mine had a bone in it. It kind of grossed me out. Posted by trav3l-bug in Endless Fernweh | Oct 7, 2015
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