- Day Nine - Calvi, Corsica (France)We awoke to sunny skies and the beautiful island of Corsica. The island is best known as the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte, and Calvi also claims Columbus as a native son (but the jury is out on this one). Posted by Cybercsp in Noordam Cruise - Barcelona to Rome | Apr 14, 2014
- You never know what you will find in FranceYou honestly never know what you are going to run across in the small villages of South France.
A gorgeous door, a breath-taking courtyard or colourful confetti filled street gutters. Maybe you'll even find someone's pet tortoise (including doghouse) in Posted by Vagabondage in I spy with my little eye | Apr 12, 2014
- Life is Good!So many things happened today, where to start?... Perhaps point form with details skipped is best... and shortest ;)
Got so many chances to use my French today. The cogs turned slowly my friends, but words did come out... Eventually.
It Posted by Vagabondage in I spy with my little eye | Apr 11, 2014
- FRANCE Part Trois
With Christmas done and dusted it was time to focus on the next milestone in the family holiday and that was spending just under a week in Paris that would include New Years Eve Posted by andrewemma in Let's Go Get Lost | Apr 10, 2014
- A Lazy DayWell, Lazy in that we sat on the Porch and drank coffee all morning. Did manage to walk around part of town and get out to some local ruins in the afternoon. So gorgeous, but oops... forgot to take my Posted by Vagabondage in I spy with my little eye | Apr 10, 2014
- Je suis arrive (sorry, my computer is French accent free)Well, the trip was a good one! They even served me Deli Saag with Paneer (Spinach curry with farm cheese) & Aloo Gobi (potato & cauliflower curry -my absolute fav) on the plane which made my month in itself. Then Posted by Vagabondage in I spy with my little eye | Apr 10, 2014
- Day Seven - Marseille, FranceWe joined a group for a private excursion from Marseille. We docked 12 miles outside town, so we never actually saw much of the city itself (which was described by our guide as "the Detroit of France.")
Our first stop was Posted by Cybercsp in Noordam Cruise - Barcelona to Rome | Apr 9, 2014
- Day Six - Day at SeaDay 6 - day at sea
After a good night's sleep, we had a small breakfast before we set out to tour the ship. Here are some photos.
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.co Posted by Cybercsp in Noordam Cruise - Barcelona to Rome | Apr 9, 2014
- Stansted to BiarritzSo glad to meet up with Phil at Stansted...we found each other at the same time luckily and now our journey can really begin.
Stansted was a bit of an ordeal...backpack was oversized, hadn't paid for luggage to be booked Posted by kim.hill in Finding our Way... | Apr 6, 2014
- FRANCE Part Deux
As Mum had spent many hours researching European Christmas markets she knew which cities/towns had the best markets to explore during this magical time of the year with th Posted by andrewemma in Let's Go Get Lost | Apr 3, 2014
- FranceThis morning was an early departure from Putney to meet up with our tour in South London. From London we headed South where the bus drove onto the Euro Tunnel. The crossing under the tunnel took 30 mins then we Posted by mccoach-cripps in mccoach-cripps travels | Mar 18, 2014
- Paris: a mixed bag Jardin Luxemburg, the first green garden in one month! All the trees have the young delicately green leaves of early spring, and I finally feel like I'm in an actual park.
So the plan today was to get to Paris Posted by seaskimmer in Taking the Long Way Home | Apr 1, 2014
- A first test of the blogMarch 19th - 23rd. Le Trois Vallees, France.
Had a great few days snowboarding in France with Dan & Andy Coles, Steve Molloy, Graham Duckworth and Neil Butcher.
We had glorious sunshine for the first couple of days and then around a Posted by DanAndBells in Adventures with Danny & Bells | Mar 25, 2014
- Versailles Alright, I know I haven't blogged about Belgium yet, but I promise I'll get to that tonight. I need to get Versailles out first!
But before that. Let me lament about how I accidentally left my key on a random Posted by seaskimmer in Taking the Long Way Home | Mar 11, 2014
- Cap Santa LuciaWe took a walk along the coastline from St Raphael to Cap Santa Lucia to see the parks and marinas. I took only five pictures. Of note is the one of the small dog off leash area by the beach. Posted by gailmb in France 2014 | Feb 13, 2014
- 2012 D7 OCEAN PRINCESS - HONFLEUR
===LE HARVE IN FRANCE IS THE PORT TODAY & THE TOUR IS TO HONFLEUR, JUST OVER THE RIVER SEINE.===
WE TAKE A ROUND ABOUT Posted by hasbeen in MOSTLY CRUISING | Apr 16, 2012
- Mom and Bob visit Germany and France, and BelgiumMy real Christmas present arrived the day after Christmas, my mom and Bob! Quinn and I picked them up from the airport in Luxembourg.
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/162027/lar Posted by trackers in ¡Global Nada! | Jan 26, 2014
- The Flood and the SourceWhen I arrived in Avignon it was raining. In fact it had been raining heavily all night and I suspected it would continue for another. So, in the gloom of the afternoon, having followed a veritable maze of busy roads, Posted by anomad in European Nomad | Jan 24, 2014
- A l'arrache: definitionÀ l'arrache is a french expression, it means "doing something without planning, in a careless way, hastily, ...". This is more or less a way of life for some people. Even though I earn a living as a guide in Posted by letrip in surfalarrache | Jan 24, 2014
- The Hilltop Villages of the LuberonWhen Peter Mayle spent his year in Provence, he lived in the hilltop village of Menerbes and it is here that I start my tour of the Luberon Valley. I understand that during the summer months it can be crowded Posted by anomad in European Nomad | Jan 24, 2014
- New ResolutionsAt the beginning of each year, people all over the world make a new resolution for the year.
Posted by helenagrace in Excuse my French | Jan 22, 2014
- Amiens / Ypres - Wednesday, 20 July 2011Cool, cloudy and drizzly
First call this morning was Bancourt to see where Julie's uncle was buried.
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- Amiens - Tuesday, 19 July 2011Overcast, drizzly and cool.
Met an Australian couple at breakfast, Barry and Ann from Adelaide. They had Vegemite too! (We always take a jar of Vegemite with us when we travel the world.) Breakfast was nice. Juice, Posted by gaddingabout in WW1 Battlefield Tour - France & Belgium | Jan 11, 2014
- Kuala Lumpur / Paris / Amiens - Monday, 18 July 2011Our flight finally took off with not many passengers on board, so everyone moved seats and Phil was able to sleep all night on a row of five seats. The food was good but they didn't hand out any Posted by gaddingabout in WW1 Battlefield Tour - France & Belgium | Jan 11, 2014
- Au Revoir PareeFeeling like Robert Langdon, we zipped to Orly in a white Peugeot hatchback. We got the cab at Republique after we bought our morning pan au chocolates and mini-fluffy, perfectly-airy, wish-we-got-the-whole-bag donuts and cold medicine for Matthew.
And Posted by LaurendeMatt in Bonne Annee | Dec 31, 2013