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  • Celebration Buddha style Another birthday to celebrate :D Usually we go do alittle shopping in Amsterdam then have dinner in one of my favorite Japanese restaurants....that is if my husband is off f Posted by ms_travelr in European Day Trips 2008 | Jun 30, 2008
  • New Year's Celebrationview from our balcony.We both had New Year's Eve free so we headed south to find some snow. The higher the better we thought so it was the 3 Valleys in France - Corchevel,Meri Posted by ms_travelr in Our Ski Adventures | Dec 30, 2006
  • europe We will take just a 1 hour and 15 minute flight with the British Airways for only $50, to get to Paris France. In Paris, France we will stay in the 4 star hotel, Holiday Inn, for about $120 a Posted by shane621 in my dream trip around the world | Jun 4, 2018
  • Saint Jean De LuzA wise friend pointed out to me that there is a big difference between travelling and holidaying, and it is a difference I had not appreciated until recently. Yesterday we took the opportunity to be in ‘holiday mode’ only. Despite a Posted by Sallyj66 in Campervan "Jabula" | Jun 3, 2018
  • Bonjour ParisAfter a two hour train ride I finally arrived to my next destination: Paris, France. The train ride from London St Pancras International to Paris Gare du Nord travelling a total 344 km and the trip cost me about €92.51 Posted by bchristine in My Journey Around The World | Jun 3, 2018
  • Saint Jean De LuzWe had a relatively short drive back into France yesterday, mostly along the coast.We have lost rack of the days with the travel and it took some time for us to realise why it was so insanely busy. For one thing Posted by Sallyj66 in Campervan "Jabula" | Jun 2, 2018
  • Boat TourToday is our last day in Bonafacio. We decided togo on a boat tour. Harry was going to sit it out due to his back and that fact that he turns green on the jetty. It was Posted by wilson.lim61 in French Foray 2018 | Jun 2, 2018
  • Coast, Cols & ChangesOk, so now heading into blog #14 and well into week 11 of being away - seems like only yesterday we were packing our final bits and pieces and saying fond farewells, but by the same token we feel like Posted by One streetaway in #Jexit 2018 | Jun 2, 2018
  • Lighthouse WalkWe decided to walk to the lighthouse on the cliff. Failed with the early start so we were in for a hot time. The lighthouse didn’t look all that far but it involved descending from the Bastion (French Posted by wilson.lim61 in French Foray 2018 | Jun 1, 2018
  • The Best of Bordeaux Yes Old Bordeaux township is awe inspiring [img=https://photos.travel Posted by Rochford Files in Flight of the Empty Nesters | Jun 1, 2018
  • BonafacioWoke up vey early (0600 hr) to try and get some pictures of the sunrise. Shouldn’t have bothered as it was average with the sun rising over the land. The sunset the night before was much more betterer. Posted by wilson.lim61 in French Foray 2018 | May 31, 2018
  • Porto VecchioIf this sounds Italian, it is because it is! We keep wanting to say Ponte Vecchio which is in Florence but it is Porto Vecchio. These Corsicans have much much more in common to the Italians than the Posted by wilson.lim61 in French Foray 2018 | May 31, 2018
  • Mountain GoatsWe decided to walk to Lac (Lake) Melu which is at about 1500 m altitude. I was unsure about it but in the end decided to join in. It was a 16 km drive along very narrow mountain Posted by wilson.lim61 in French Foray 2018 | May 29, 2018
  • The CitadelVisited the Citadel today. This is the somewhat derelict castle perched on rocks high above the town. One can imagine that from that vantage point, it would command an imposing view of the surrounding countryside. The views Posted by wilson.lim61 in French Foray 2018 | May 28, 2018
  • Villefranche-sur-Mer and side trips to London and Italy I just returned from a month spent mainly in the south of France but went to Cinque Terre, Italy for a weekend with my friend Susan and later went to London for three days visiting my grandson Chris and Posted by douglasw in Around the World | May 28, 2018
  • The Big KahunaGreat Scott! It’s already been two weeks in France and it still feels as if I just got here. It’s like the remote control of life seems to be stuck in fast-forward and events flash by one by one (this Posted by oklempay in Lorraine, you are my Density.... | May 28, 2018
  • Au revoir to ParisParis saw the first of the travel challenges for the Empty Nesters (as long as you don’t count mastering Maps.me). Our carefully mapped transit plans went awry when greeted at the airport with a train strike; we had to Posted by Rochford Files in Flight of the Empty Nesters | May 28, 2018
  • Corte CorsicaFlew into Bastia (Corsica’s airport) by 1030 hrs). Got our hire car, a Renault Scenic. Just a little SUV. I was a bit skeptical that it could take all our luggage but it was surprising spacious. Posted by wilson.lim61 in French Foray 2018 | May 27, 2018
  • The First Forray Okay, this is working….I think. I had been worried about the class load and travel combination, but this might be doable. With only four hours of class every day, I have plenty of gaps in my schedule to study and Posted by oklempay in Lorraine, you are my Density.... | May 22, 2018
  • Bugs, Boats and BeachsideWow, blog #13 (hopefully nothing relevant about that!) and you find us beachside, in the Bay of St Tropez and a first for me, blogging outside! That's not for want of trying in other places, but this time it is Posted by One streetaway in #Jexit 2018 | May 27, 2018
  • Cannes Day 2Its a day of sightseeing. The girls peeled off shopping whilst Harry and I were tourists along the water front. People watching is the great sport here. Lots of very expensive cars here. Having a Porsche Posted by wilson.lim61 in French Foray 2018 | May 26, 2018
  • CannesI woke up early and set out for a walk on the foreshore to take advantage of the early light for the best photos. Walked up to an arch bridge along the very busy ocean road. It would Posted by wilson.lim61 in French Foray 2018 | May 25, 2018
  • Le Lavandou and St TropezStarted off relatively early. No breakfast but we were on the road by 0830 hrs. We had to drag the bags to the carpark in multiple trips but we managed it int he end. Harry opted to Posted by wilson.lim61 in French Foray 2018 | May 24, 2018
  • Followed a scenic route along the meuse (riverside)Joigny-sur-MeuseWe're checking out the hotel before noon no hurry as were driving towards home. When doing my research I found the Ardennes route and something I would like to Posted by Shavy in Myanmar 2017 | Jul 29, 2017
  • Marked by a heavy historical pastComing from Sedan [Sedan-travel-guide-465779] we continue our drive direction Verdun [Verdun-travel-guide-469381], but before reaching the city we pass to a few villages on th Posted by Shavy in Myanmar 2017 | Jul 28, 2017
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