Sète is the little Venice of the Languedoc. Canals, fishing boats, quaintness, and local character abound.
As we frequently do after groups have left, Xavier and I set out on a road trip. We have been wanting to get back to Arles and its’ recently renovated museum of the Roman world. We particularly wanted to see the Roman boat which was found on the bottom of the Rhone River in 2003…..it…
I spent a week in the Auvergne, an area visited infrequently by Americans. This French departement and the area around Le-Puy-en-Velay intrigued me and I had always wanted….
We are in the Camargue. It is the Rhone River delta and home of the ‘Original Cowboy’.
From time to time, I want to feature some of my favorite villages of France. And, TOURNUS, a village in southern Burgundy just …..
There is nothing like a French Road Trip when you have absolutely no plans, don’t know where you are going to end up, and the plan is actually not ..
What a great way to begin my sojourn in France! In LYON…a city with its very own traditions……the city known for its traboules, the Guignol puppet character and many culinary specialties. I was in heaven! The visit began where Lyon began as a Gallo-Roman settlement known as Lugdunum. It sits at the top of Lyon…