Sete, France on a weekend in the summer is more than a bar scene. It’s a multi-cultural extravaganza.
I got up close and personal with the Bad Girls of London while they literally “took over” two bistros in Sete.
Two days is never enough time to spend in Paris. Perhaps I tried to squeeze too much into my senses, because my brain definitely went into overload. All went perfectly as planned for my short visit to Paris. The only small mess-up happened when I realized the AIRBNB […]
legal expat in France
Sally’s first road trip was to the Tuesday market in Saint Jean du Gard. The town’s history dates back to the twelfth century when monks from the Abbey of St-Gilles created the settlement on the banks of the Gardon River. With its religious beginnings, Saint Jean du Gard and the […]
Vincent Van Gogh in France
I’ve always wanted to visit Paris or London for Christmas. The thought of either of those magnificent cities decked in holiday lighting is thrilling. Since I’m only two hours away by fast train to Paris, I decided I’d check out the Paris lights at Christmas. London will have […]
Gardens and Gladiators in Nimes France took me back to Miss Clegg’s Latin class in high school. Some of you reading this story remember Miss Clegg. Or you had a teacher like Miss Clegg. She never knew that I had English translations of Homer’s Iliad and the Odyssey […]
First visit to Nimes, France for lunch
What’s needed to move to France from the US
Biblical history of Saintes-Maries-De-La-Mer, France
As long as I can remember, I’ve dreamed of “faraway places” — like the ones Mother told me about when I was a child. Escaping into the fairytale world I visited in my mind was my way of dealing with real life. “Going to China, or maybe Siam, […]
Abbeys and vineyards near Sete, Franc
Sete, France parties and friends