To stay in the holiday spirit just a bit longer, let’s visit the Langton’s at Mas d’Augustine
I moved to France. Alone.
You know if I’m spending the holidays in Uzes, I’m going to visit l’Atelier des Ours. It’s just down the street and it’s irresistible, especially this time of year. From the moment you enter l’Atelier des Ours, you leave this world and float away on a cloud of snowballs and ruffles.
imagine you’re here!
thankful for every bite
Thanksgiving with friends in France is getting to be a ritual now
Looking for white truffles
A look inside the business of a B&B
Back to the beginning — my first stay in Uzes.
Uzes is for French foodies
Couture found in Uzes is straight out of early 1800 France
Learning to speak French
Antibes in 2 Days
Restored Silk Mill Farm in France
A day in the life of an expat
Six days, twenty-two hours and fifteen minutes until I leave the US to start my return trip to France. But who’s counting? When I moved to France three years ago it felt like I was going so far away from family and friends that we’d lose touch. Instead, […]
Enough reminiscing. Fast forward to this weekend in Nimes. The ancient Roman city in the south of France is going to party like it’s 2016! One of the most exciting events in the Languedoc region of France is coming up Pentecost weekend (May 12-16) in Nimes. The Pentecost […]
Biking in France
Revisiting this day from 3 years ago reminds me how exciting it is to discover you have stumbled upon something really good. OMG! This place is better than I remembered. A true heaven on earth! After leavinq the hotel yesterday morning, I took a cab to the train […]
Flashback to discovering Uzes