To the south of St Remy and signposted from Avenue Van Gogh down Avenue Antoine de la Salle is the barrage lac Peirou also known…Leave a Comment
Category: Places to visit
Tourism > days out, museums, history, art galleries
Still a gateway to St Remy today, these Roman remains known as Les Antiques can be seen from the main road upon entering the town…Leave a Comment
St Remy boasts a window shopper’s feast balanced between local services and products to tempt the tourists. The southern half of the boulevard contains most…Leave a Comment
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L’Ile de Ré is a thin sliver of land off the west coast of France near La Rochelle. Accessible only by an expensive toll bridge, the island is a popular place for holiday makers as well as for Parisians, French celebrities and politicians to buy second homes.
Ré vie (translation: Ré life) is very close to rêvie, the French for “dream”. This is highly appropriate.Leave a Comment
Mont Ventoux is the highest point in Provence and quite possibly the highest place, bar a skiing trip to Meribel, that I have been. Situated…Leave a Comment
This post was previously published on Maison Cupcake. Whether it’s on TV or film, every now and again, the glimpse of somewhere I’ve been before…Leave a Comment
This post was previously published on Maison Cupcake. This is part two of my three part series about my too-long-unblogged Easter trip to Paris in 2011.…Leave a Comment
This post was previously published at Maison Cupcake. This is the last of my three part series about last year’s spring trip to Paris. After…Leave a Comment