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If you’ve ever been hiking, you know that the scenery makes for 90% of the experience! The most amazing part in hiking is that, regardless of the fact that you plan to hike for days or you simply go on a short one-day trip, you are surely going to come across some...
Set on the banks of the Rhône and surrounded by medieval stone ramparts, Avignon is one of Provence’s biggest cities. So I was expecting it to be, well, a bit more like a big city. But instead I found a place with a relaxed, small town feel. It comes with a fascinating history, and its time as home of the Popes means there’s some impressive art and architecture.
Don’t you just love it when something lives up to the image in your mind?
As I walked through the Marseille airport it struck me that it had been ten years since I’d visited France. It was an impromptu idea that had come to me just a week prior:
There are lavender fields in France. I wonder when they bloom.
I‘ll gladly admit that I do enjoy visit churches, but it would also be true to say I’ve become quite picky over the years (Sicilian baroque will do that to you). Truth to be told, I didn’t come to Cantal with that purpose in mind.
Planning a trip to Paris? First things first, you're gonna love it! However, as with any new place, knowing a few little things before you depart will always make the journey that little better.
Here are ten little things we think yo should know before you visit Paris...
Europe may well be one of the smaller continents on the planet but it has a massive array of cultures, identities, countries and places to explore. We’ve all heard of the likes of Paris, London, Barcelona and Venice which are well-trodden places for us to explore but what about the massive amount of other regions and towns that are sometimes forgotten in lieu of the big hitting destinations...
People are usually fairly curious about my job, which I can understand. It’s unusual and many people would call it a dream job. Along with that natural curiosity comes a lot of questions, mostly the same ones and at the top of the list is always “What is your favorite place?” ..
This patch of north-west France, where the Channel meets the Atlantic, is France’s version of nearby Cornwall in the UK.